3 Ways To Save Money On Your Vehicle's Body Work

Posted on: 10 November 2017

Auto body repairs are a very common and often expensive issue to have to deal with due to the sheer amount of labor that these types of repairs can require. Listed below are just a few of the available ways to save money on your vehicle's bodywork: Always Keep A Copy Of The Repair Quote The first step to save money on your vehicle's bodywork is always to keep a copy of the repair quote that you have been provided with. [Read More]

Considering Installing Vinyl Graphics To Your Auto Body? Don't Make These Costly Mistakes

Posted on: 21 November 2016

Unless you have enough money to order a brand new ride with a custom paint job from the manufacturer, chances are pretty good that your car is going to be pretty much the exact same color as hundreds or thousands of others. To make your car stand out from the pack, adding vinyl graphics is an excellent idea. From pin striping to bold racing stripes on the hood, vinyl body decals are definitely going to put your car in the spotlight. [Read More]

Four Fleet Maintenance Tips To Follow

Posted on: 1 July 2016

As a service industry professional, your fleet is one of the most important aspects of your business. Consequently, keeping your fleet in good working condition is imperative. As a business owner, you play the most important role in this process. Keep Detailed Records Make an effort to keep a detailed service record. This is one of the easiest ways to stay on target with your preventive maintenance schedule and it can also make diagnosing a repair issue easier. [Read More]

Keep Rust On Your Car At Bay With These Tips

Posted on: 19 April 2016

In addition to being an eyesore, a car that is heavily rusted can leave you needing to have body panels replaced. While your local auto body repair shop can get this job done for you and have your vehicle looking like it's had a makeover, it's ideal to take proactive steps to reduce the likelihood of rust occurring in the first place. While rust will often develop over time, you can perform a series of steps that will put off the arrival of rust or reduce its severity when it finally shows up. [Read More]