After many vehicles are involved in a collision, it becomes necessary to have part of or all of the vehicle repainted. Painting a vehicle is one of the more complicated parts of auto body repair. Painting cars is far more complicated than painting many other things; working with the material can be complicated, as can the process for applying it. When you get an estimate on having your car painted after a collision, you may come across a few terms that you simply do not understand as an ordinary consumer.
Most of us know a couple of car owners who are obsessed with the conditions of their cars. These are the type of people who would freak out if their cars received even a small scratch. While you may not have to be obsessed about the condition of your car's exterior, it's important to realize that scratches are not as insignificant as some car owners assume them to be.
Even a single scratch to the exterior of your car can have a number of unfortunate consequences.