Dent Repair Myths To Be Aware Of

If you have small dents in your car that you want to get rid of, but you're not able to spend tons of money on professional repair, be aware that you're going to find a lot of myths out there that claim to fix dents immediately and with little money involved. Unfortunately, these tricks don't always work the way they're supposed to. Don't Use Dry Ice First, a safety warning: one myth says that by leaving the car in the hot sun and then placing dry ice on top of the dent, you can pop the dent out. Read More 

Beware Of Rust: What To Look Out For When Buying A Classic Car In A State That Experiences Harsh Winter Weather

Classic cars can offer a raw, nostalgic driving experience that is absent from most modern cars. If you're a car enthusiast, that raw driving experience is probably far more desirable to you than the luxury and efficiency perks offered by contemporary vehicles. The problem is that classic cars were manufactured decades ago, and they've been exposed to the elements for their entire lives. The salt, snow, and freezing temperatures that come along with winter weather can be especially harsh on older vehicles, causing them to rot from the inside out due to rust. Read More 

Steps To Setting Up A Preventative Maintenance Plan For Commercial Vehicles

If you own a business, you know how expensive it can be to maintain and repair all of your commercial vehicles. However, one of the best ways to keep your costs low when it comes to these vehicles is also a bit tricky. Setting up a preventative maintenance plan for commercial vehicles helps you to maintain all of the vehicles and meet their needs, before major problems occur with the vehicle. Read More 

What Type Of Paint Damage Does Your Vehicle Have?

As you wash all of the winter grime off of your car, you may notice a few minor scratches or scrapes your vehicle has endured. While you may know where some of these came from, others may have simply appeared. Unfortunately, to have your paint restored by a body shop can run you anywhere from a couple of hundred of dollars to over a thousand dollars. This will vary based on where you live, as well as the amount of work that needs to be done. Read More 

Getting In An RV Accident: Tips For What To Do Next

You're enjoying another amazing drive in you recreational vehicle, or RV, when out of nowhere, you're struck by another motorist. Being involved in an RV accident is scary, even if the damage is minor and no one is injured. However, no matter if the accident is minor or catastrophic, it is vital to know which steps to take once the dust is settled and the crash is over. Here are a few tips to help you get through the time following an RV accident: Read More