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Dented Your Car By Hitting A Pole? What You Should Do Next

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When you hop in your car to head out to work or on errands, the last thing you might expect is to get into any kind of accident. However, it is always a possibility, and if you recently dented your vehicle by hitting a stationary object like a pole, you may find yourself wondering what you can and should do to deal with the situation. While a dent may not seem like a big deal, it can have a significant impact on your vehicle’s appearance and can even affect the way it functions now and in the future. Read More»

3 Things To Know Abut RV Collision Repair

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Getting into a collision with your RV is a very serious situation.  A small passenger vehicle may not cause that much damage to your RV, but a hit by a truck can really damage your RV. If your RV was recently damaged in a collision, here are a few things you need to know about RV collision repair: #1 Work With Your Insurance Company First, you are going to want to reach out to your insurance company after the accident. Read More»

A Guide To Paintless Dent Repair

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Paintless dent repair is something that you might have heard about. If you haven’t, don’t be too surprised by it, it isn’t magic. Professional body repair techs use a variety of techniques to do paintless repairs. There are also some simple tools that you can buy over the counter to do more basic, smaller repairs. This article is a comprehensive guide to paintless dent repair. It should help you determine if your dents can be fixed using these techniques. Read More»

Collision Repair After A Car Runs Into A House

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Some car accidents are completely unexpected and can be a strange situation for the driver. For example, crashing into a house can cause a lot of damage and be rather confusing to settle. Thankfully, it is possible to get collision repairs done for an inexpensive price if you have the right insurance type. The Driver Is At Fault No matter how much the crashing car gets wrecked in its impact with the house, the driver is going to be at fault. Read More»