Category: Body Shop
No one can truly avoid accidents. We can do our best to stay alert and drive defensively, but it’s no guarantee. We do, however, have control over other preventative measures to deter damage. Small or large, these damages can cost money and age your vehicle. Park away from other vehicles when possible Many new car…
Where are the most accidents in the San Antonio area? Learn where the locations are and how to reduce your risk of a collision.
Performing a scan on a wrecked vehicle is necessary during the repair process. Learn why it is important to conduct a scan before and after repairs.
Not all replacement parts on a car are the same quality or price. Learn about the difference between OEM and aftermarket parts.
An accident in a new vehicle means you need certified collision repair. Read why this makes a difference on newer cars.
Owners of GM vehicles will soon have another way to find certified collision repair. Learn more about the manufacturer’s new program.
If you’ve ever wondered about collision repairs being correct on your car, you’re not alone. Learn five steps that every local auto body shop should follow.
Knowing if a collision repair shop made the repairs properly is difficult. Learn some tips of what to look for when you pick up your car.
Collision centers may hold a variety of certifications, all which have different meaning for the customer. With technology and safety features continuously changing on cars, the right training and equipment means an auto body shop will provide higher quality work on your vehicle.
It’s that time of year in Texas when storms take a toll on our property, including our cars. While small hail may not cause any damage, the Lone Star State is known for its Texas-sized hail and the result is a need for hail damage repairs. The largest hail on record in Texas was 8…