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  • Taking Care Of RV Collision Damage

    Is the money in your bank account being consumed by hotel fees because your RV was involved in a collision that left it uninhabitable? If the RV was your only home and you are ready to get out the hotel, contact a collision repair shop about your needs. If the RV is taken to the right shop, professionals can bring it back to a habitable condition as soon as possible. Depending on the insurance policy that you have in place for the RV, you might not have to pay all of the repair fees on your own.
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  • How To Fix Small Dents On Fiberglass

    If you need to make autobody repairs on the fiberglass sections of your car, you should definitely invest in a fiberglass patch kit. These are convenient and affordable, especially if you don't already own any of the supplies. Fiberglass is used on car bodies partly because it is so easy to repair. If you have small scratches and dings on your fiberglass surface, you will probably want to fix them yourself instead of taking them to a professional.
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  • 3 Simple Auto Maintenance Projects To Improve Performance And Fuel Economy

    Fuel economy is something that you may be concerned about with your car. Many of the improvements that you can do for performance can also help give your car better gas mileage. This can include common tasks like changing the oil, as well as improvements like upgrading the air intake or adding an aftermarket computer chip. Here are some simple auto maintenance projects that give your better performance and fuel economy:
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  • Easy Ways To Protect Your Vehicle's New Paint Job

    When you get a new paint job on your vehicle, you often enjoy the bright new colour and the shiny appearance, but unless you take good care of it, that won't last. To avoid having the paint fade, follow these easy paint job care and maintenance tips. Don't Park in Direct Sunlight To protect your car's brand new paint job, start by staying out of direct sunlight as much as possible.
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  • Maintaining Your Plumbing Company's Used Backhoe

    If your plumbing company has grown large enough to purchase a used backhoe to start performing your own excavation work, then it's vital that you take these steps to maintain your backhoe in order to keep it working well for years to come: Grease Parts Well But Not Excessively As you are likely aware, there are many bearings, bushings, pins, and pivot points on your used backhoe that require regular greasing.
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  • Vehicle Paint Colors: What You Need To Consider When Choosing Yours

    If you're fixing up an old car or you have recently been involved in a car collision, you may be considering taking your vehicle to an auto body collision repair and paint shop to upgrade its paint color. After all, the color of your car is the first that you, as well as others, see. And with so many different shades and hues of colors available, and popularity of certain colors ranging from one year to the next and by vehicle type, how do you choose the best color for your ride?
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  • Touching Up Your Paint Job After A Minor Collision: Vital Tips

    When an auto collision results in only minor damage to your vehicle, you may be able to make the repair yourself. This is especially true if a collision results in only small scratches or chips that damage your paint job. In this case, you can generally touch up the paint job without any difficulty as long as you follow certain precautions. Here are some key tips for restoring your vehicle's paint job after a minor collision.  Color 
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  • How To Clean Your Convertible Top

    You may be excited about your new convertible, but if you do not take good care of your convertible top, it may not last as long as you'd like. You will usually need to clean your top once a month. The convertible top may also simply look grimy and unappealing if it is not cared for properly. To know how to clean it, you will need to consider the type of top you have.
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  • 3 Questions To Answer Before Choosing A Body Shop

    Even a minor auto accident will likely mean a trip to the body shop for paint and collision repair. Although you may have a mechanic you prefer, chances are you don't have a body repair shop programmed into your speed dial. Before choosing a shop, find out the answers to these three questions to make sure you can trust them with the repair of your car. Your goal is to have your car back in the same, or better, condition than it was before your accident.
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  • Totaled Or Totally Restored? It's Up To You.

    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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