Why Should You Have Your Car Rims Powder Coated, Not Painted?
10 September 2018
If you have new rims that you want to add color to, your first instinct may be to have them painted. For years, that was your only real option. Every town had an auto body shop; you would walk in, and they would paint the rims and have them ready in a day or two. While there is nothing wrong with painting your rims, this is no longer the only way to add color to your ride.
Car Care Tips For Back To School Season
21 July 2018
As a parent or guardian of a school-aged child, you undoubtedly have enough to do, but you should also throw some extra car care tips onto your list of back to school to-dos. There are a number of reasons why these tips may prove to be important, so you should take them seriously.
Make sure all of the seatbelts work properly and can be accessed right away
If you don't use all of the seatbelts in your car regularly, then you may not know that one or more of them are not working properly for some reason.
Driving Your Truck After A Fender Bender
23 May 2018
A fender bender is the popular term for a minor accident with vehicles. However, if you have been involved in a fender bender of your own, then you may want to make absolutely sure that your truck didn't end up with more damage than you may realize, which could make it unsafe for you to drive until you have it repaired by a professional. Here are some things you should consider before you continue driving your truck around after you have been involved in an accident, no matter how minor it may have seemed:
Need to Get Your Windshield Fixed? Make Sure You Budget the Right Amount of Time
3 March 2018
If you have a crack in your windshield that needs to be fixed, you need to make sure that you have the right amount of time in your day to get it fixed. Here are a few things you need to know about the time that takes to fix your windshield.
If you have a very small chip in your windshield, it is not going to take very much time for a professional to fix the small chip in your windshield.