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Category: Collision Repair

Were You Just In An Accident? How Long The Repairs Will Take

Were You Just In An Accident? How Long The Repairs Will Take

If you were just in an accident you, of course, worry from the very beginning about the accident itself and how long any repairs to your vehicle will take. There are many factors that determine the time involved in repairing your vehicle. Maybe you won’t be able to pick an

How Much Does it Cost to Repair or Replace a Bumper?

You’re looking at the cost of repairing or replacing a bumper and wondering how much you should expect to pay. Though the design of both front and rear bumpers keeps the rest of a vehicle safe from damage, bumpers are still susceptible to disrepair, especially when hit by another vehicle.

What Does Your Auto Body Collision Repair Specialist Do?

Whether you get into a mild fender bender or are involved in a serious car wreck, your vehicle needs the attention of specially trained professionals to get the damage repaired. That’s why it’s best to take your vehicle to an auto body collision repair specialist. This specialist is trained in

What is I-CAR Gold Class Certification?

What is I-CAR Gold Class Certification?

Late-model vehicle technology is taking the auto industry by storm and the changing makeup of materials that go into vehicles has altered the repair process. This trend is only moving forward and the collision repair industry has had to adapt to the changes. High strength steel replaces mild steel (low

Car Accident Repair: Step-by-Step Guide, Tips & FAQs

You’ve been in an accident, and you’re looking for a reputable body shop. You want to understand the repair process before you take your car in for a damage estimate. Here’s a step-by-step guide that follows. It will help you know what to expect with car accident repairs.   Consider

What to Look Out For Following a Rear-End Collision

Rear-end collisions happen a lot. In fact, the US roadways see about 1.7 million rear-end collisions every year. Though most rear-end collisions are minor fender benders, these collisions can be greatly severe. However, you can’t always see the extent of a rear-end collision after it happens. Sometimes, even the smallest