4 Steps You Can Take To Protect Your Car From Salt This Winter

If you happen to live in an area of the country that gets a lot of snow, that means that not only does your vehicle has to battle against the snow and the ice on the ground, it has to battle against the salt and chemicals that are used to clear the road. Here are four steps you can take to protect your vehicle from salt this winter.  #1 Wax Your Vehicle [Read More]

3 Reasons You Need To Invest In Specialty Body Repairs For Your Car's Dents

For many people, the vehicle that they drive serves as an outward reflection of their social status and success. When a vehicle becomes dented, its image can suffer. With many modern vehicles being made from aluminum, it's important that you take the time to seek out a specialty body shop to make repairs to your beloved vehicle. Here are three reasons why a specialty body shop is best equipped to make the repairs needed to restore your vehicle's appearance to like-new condition. [Read More]

Don't Go To A Pick And Pull Unprepared

Used car parts can be found on different websites and salvage yards, but one pastime for more than just basic repairs is the pick and pull junkyard (sometimes stylized as Pick n' Pull). These junkyards allow customers to enter with a set of tools to remove the parts that they need while paying basic salvage fees, but neither safety nor success is a guarantee. Here's what you need to know about pick and pull junkyards to get what you need, stay safe, and figure out where to go if the junkyard doesn't have what you want. [Read More]

Ready To Junk A Car? 3 Worthy Things To Salvage Before Sending The Car Away

When you own a fairly new vehicle and get into a collision, working with your insurance provider will either have the car repaired or deemed totaled, and then you will get a check in the mail. But, if you have an older vehicle that has not been involved in any serious accidents throughout its existence, you may eventually see it stop working due to lackluster maintenance or parts just deteriorating. At some point in time, an older vehicle is not worth repairing because the labor and parts will cost more than the car itself. [Read More]