How To Fix Minor Scratches On A Car

A scratch on the side of the car can look unattractive and draw the attention to it. Over time if not dealt with properly a scratch can eventually turn into a rust spot and continue to spread throughout the rest of the body of the car. Fixing a minor scratch on your car is relatively easy and can be done at home with simple rubbing compound, rags, and soap and water. [Read More]

RV Body Damage after a Collision: Why You Should Get the Windshield Fixed

Did you get into a collision that left the body of your RV damaged? You may want to take your RV to an auto body repair shop as soon as possible, especially if your windshield was damaged in the collision. Find out below why a prompt auto body repair is in your best interest and what a mechanic might charge to help. Is it Dangerous to Drive an RV with Body Damage from a Collision? [Read More]

Car Restoration: Tips On Picking The Right Vehicle

If you have decided to look for a classic car to restore as a hobby, you may wonder if you are getting a good deal or not when it comes time to make the sales transaction. Since classic cars are several decades old, finding one will most likely be done through a private seller. You will need to be diligent on inspecting vehicles for any signs of wear that may hinder you from a successful restoration. [Read More]

2 Vehicle Repairs To Perform Before Leaving On A Road Trip

Road trips are very entertaining vacations, but there are a few things that you should do to prepare your vehicle for the upcoming drive. Having your tires and windshield replaced are two great ways to get the most out of your vehicle on your next trip. Tires Replacing your tires is often a very good idea prior to a road trip so that you can ensure that you have sufficient tread on the tires. [Read More]