3 Things You Probably Don't Know About Collision Repair

The one place you are most likely to visit after a car accident is an auto body repair shop. As much as the average consumer knows about collision repair,  there is still a lot to be learned if you do not have direct experience in the industry. Here is a look at some of the things you probably do not know about auto body shops and collision repair.  Cost estimates can be relative to industry experience. [Read More]

The Ups And Downs Of Car Ownership: Tune-Ups, Fillups, Checkups, And Breakdowns

Owning a car means that you will have a lot of ups and downs with your vehicle — "ups" referring to tune-ups, fillups, and checkups and "downs" referring to breakdowns. Thankfully, there are any number of auto body repair shops that can manage all of your ups and downs. Here is what is typically included in each up and how to manage each down.  Tune-ups Most people do not realize this, but a carburetor is the number-one thing that needs a tune-up regularly. [Read More]

2 Types Of Auto Brake Options

Not all automotive brakes are built the same. In fact, depending on the type of car you have and what you use it for, there might be some brake options that might be better for you compared to what you currently use. When it comes to looking at the types of brake you can have in your car, you can look at it in terms of the brake mechanism or the type of material used to make the brake pads. [Read More]

Features To Look For When Purchasing A Small Paint Sprayer To Paint Your Car After Doing Auto Body Work

If you decide to do auto body work on your vehicle on your own, you are going to need to paint your vehicle. Painting your vehicle with cans of spray paint can be costly and tiring on your hands. If you want to do your own body work, it is best to purchase a small paint sprayer to use to repaint your vehicle and source paint from the manufacturer for the task. [Read More]