Totaled Or Totally Restored? It's Up To You.

Posted on: 10 June 2015

So, you are riding along in your favorite car of all time, when somebody runs a red light and crashes into you. If no one is hurt except for your car, and if you have had the car for over ten years, and you are not making payments anymore, whatever insurance money that you get will either go toward a new car or restoring this one. But which option should you should you choose?
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2 Types Of Auto Paint That Can Help You Avoid Needing Paint Repairs

Posted on: 14 April 2015

When something messes up your paint repair job, it's often an excellent time to consider using new useful paint for preventing paint damage in the first place. Here are two types of auto paint that can help you avoid paint repairs in the future. Self-Cleaning Paint One of the ways a paint job can get damaged is if rust and other debris build up on it over time. One way to avoid this type of damage is to go with new paint coating technology that makes it so that you just don't have to wash your car at all.
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How To Look For A Good Auto Body Detailer For A Paint Job

Posted on: 30 March 2015

No matter how light or severe a car accident may be, you're likely to get some kind of paint damage. If you have paint scratches in a large area, you may not be able to buff them out, and will have to get the car repainted if you want to restore its look. Many auto shops will offer to do the paint job for you, but you shouldn't just choose based on convenience or price:
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Prevent Nighttime Accidents With These Tips For Driving In The Dark

Posted on: 27 March 2015

Driving at night is obviously more dangerous than driving during the day because of reduced visibility. In fact, statistics show that about 49 percent accidents involving fatalities in the United States occur during the nighttime hours.  Those who frequently drive at night should be putting some extra effort into staying safe behind the wheel. The following are five great nighttime driving tips that just might save your life or the lives of your passengers.
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