I work at a pretty rough school and getting my car keyed is, unfortunately, one of the hazards of the job. It can be a little pricey to get it repaired, but it doesn't tend to be worth it to claim it back from insurance, particularly if it happens a few times a year. Luckily there is a great auto body and paint shop near me which does a really quick and good quality job of fixing the damaged. This blog is all about repairing key damage to a car, and might be handy for someone who needs to get auto damaged repaired quickly.
21 November 2016
Getting involved in an accident, even a minor fender-bender, can result in exorbitant accident repairs for you. Not only do the damaged areas have to be sanded down, but they also require filler as well as a fresh paint job to restore the body of the vehicle to pristine condition. As such, you will find that most motorists will be quite wary about taking their vehicle for auto body repairs. However, what some people do not realise is that you can have an economical solution for your accident repairs.
17 October 2016
Selling a car can be very challenging in this market. Even worse is trying to sell an old car that cannot compete with the newer, shinier alternatives. The biggest challenge when selling an old car is getting prospective buyers to feel its appeal. Find out how you can change that in 5 different ways. 1. Spray painting A fresh coat of paint will do wonders for your car. It will give it a new look and the finishing will give it some lustre.
14 October 2016
While you may try and be careful when parking your car, it is very easy to clip another vehicle when trying to pull into or out of a tight space. Clipping another vehicle can leave unattractive scratches on the bodywork of both your car and the other vehicle. While the damage may seem minor, it is important you do not drive off and ignore the incident. With the increased use of security cameras in public places, there is a good chance you will be traced and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
26 September 2016
When the body of your vehicle as acquired damage in the form of a dent, some people may opt for conventional body shop work to fix the problem. These conventional methods include processes such as grinding down of the dent, working the body's metal to straighten it out then filling out the dent with some filler. Once these processes are complete, the mechanic will then have to sand the filled in areas before they can be primed, making them ready or repainting.