When It May Be Necessary to Hire a Panel Beater for Your Car or Truck

Posted on: 17 August 2015
A tiny scratch or dent in your car may not be of much concern to you, and some car owners who are skilled with sandpaper and who have the necessary tools may think they can pop out a small dent on their own. However, you never want to assume that you can or should try to handle all vehicle dent repair yourself, even if it's something minor. There are times when you should hire a panel beater for your car or truck rather than ignoring a dent or trying to fix it yourself.
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Three Primary Options for Auto Body Smash Repairs

Posted on: 12 August 2015
The body of a vehicle always sustains some degree of damage during minor and major accidents. Common types of body distortions include paint scratches, dents and dings. Collisions and crashes will result in more serious structural alterations like bent frames and irreparable body panel tears. Therefore, the refurbishment of the bodywork is as important as the restoration of other automotive parts like the engine. There are critical factors that you must consider before commissioning smash repairs after an accident.
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What Your Car History Report May Not Be Telling You

Posted on: 6 August 2015
If you are in the market for a new or used car, then you know one of the things you can order is a car history report. These reports give you details on accidents, repairs, and anything that may have been reported to insurance companies based on the vehicle identification number. Though these reports are very detailed, there are a few things they may leave out that you want or need to know.
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Make Sure You Aren't Buying 'Someone Else's Problems' With These Used Car Shopping Tips

Posted on: 31 July 2015
When you are buying a used car, you take the risk of buying 'someone else's problems'. However, if you inspect your car thoroughly before you buy it, you can figure out what repairs, if any, are going to be needed immediately, and armed with that info, you can make an informed decision. Here's what to do: 1. Check under the car for leaks Don't be shy about crawling under the car to check for leaks.
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