Three Ways To Protect Your Vehicle's Paint During The Winter

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Winter weather represents a unique challenge to regular vehicle maintenance when compared to the warmer summer season. Salt, moisture, and cold weather can all take a massive toll on your vehicle, promoting rust and corrosion that can severely adversely affect your vehicle’s paint and underbody. Fortunately, there are a couple of relatively straightforward things that you can do to protect your vehicle from rust development and other related damages that are common during the winter months.…

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How Painting Your Vehicle After A Collision Works

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When body work is done on your vehicle after it has been in a collision, your vehicle will most likely also need to have paintwork done. Why Paint & Bodywork Go Hand In Hand When your vehicle’s body work is damaged, in order to reshape the damaged panels or sections of your vehicle, welding work is typically done as well as other processes that damage the paint on your vehicle. Often times, your body panels are sanded down to the bare metal in order for the welding and other techniques that auto body mechanics use to work effectively.…

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Four Ways To Protect Your RV From A Collision This Summer

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With summer already here, your RV is probably already packed up and ready to hit the road. Make sure you are protecting your RV from damage. The best way to do this is to operate your RV with accident prevention in mind. There are a number of things you can do to prevent the likelihood of damaging your vehicle. Minimize Distractions The open design of RVs puts the driver in on all the action that’s in the rear of the vehicle.…

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