Keep Rust On Your Car At Bay With These Tips
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.
3 Signs Your Crane System Is In Need Of Repair
9 February 2016
Cranes are commonly used on construction sites to move heavy objects around from one place to another. However, it is extremely important that the cranes are properly maintained to prevent anyone from getting injured in the workplace. But, how can you possibly know when your crane is going to need repairs and when it is in good working condition? To make sure your crane is properly taken care of, here are three signs to be on the lookout for that signify your crane needs to be maintained right away.
At The Auto Body Shop After Your First Fender Bender? Here Are Some Things You Should Know
22 December 2015
If this is the first time you've ever been in a minor fender bender with another car, you might expect to go to an auto body shop. However, you might not know what to expect. Use the following tips to make sure that you get your car back quickly and without overspending.
Choose Your Own Body Shop
You have likely contacted your insurance company to report the accident and get their recommendations for a local body shop, but you have to know that you need not use any of those recommendations.
Here's What You Need to Know About Aluminum Auto Body Repairs
17 December 2015
A growing trend in auto body technology is manufacturing components out of aluminum rather than steel. As car makers try to build vehicles that are simultaneously lighter and safer, they are adding more aluminum or aluminum-coated exterior components such as hoods and doors. It's not a new concept, but using aluminum for these large parts has traditionally been too expensive for anything but luxury vehicles. However, with improvements in recycling technology it's become more feasible for cars and trucks on the mass market.