The First Step: Accepting the Bumper Scrape It’s always disappointing when you hear that awful noise of car on cement. You look around hoping it wasn’t you, but you felt the impact – you know it was you. If you drive regularly, it’s bound to happen to you at least once. If you’re not the…

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You’ve been egged. Well, hopefully you haven’t, but unfortunately your car has been egged. One of the most insidious things that someone can do to your car, right after keying, is to throw an egg at it. I don’t wish this on anyone, but if you’re here, it probably means it’s already happened to you. Sorry…

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Here’s some basic info about taking care of the paint on your car. Do’s and Don’ts: • Don’t sand it down! Yikes. I have seen some information on the internet that you should sand down the paint damage before using touch up paint. That’s a really bad idea for a couple of reasons. One, for…

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The thing that I see the most is bumper scrapes, mostly from hitting high curbs. With a push over the years for MPG, manufactures lower the front bumpers closer and closer to the ground. It takes very little to damage your car – you are in essence, driving your car into the equivalent of sand…

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A quick summary of how to get different types of car paint damage fixed. Peeling paint: All too often the clear coat on a car will weaken and start to peel off. This happens when a car is kept outside much of the time, or if a car is poorly resprayed. It seems to be…

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Where should you go, for which type of damage to your car?? Go to the wrong place, and you might as well just open up your wallet and give them what you have, or drive away with your car looking much worse than it did. From my experience, many people immediately think ‘body shop’ as…

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Looking Good! If you’ve spent a lot of money on your car, you’ll want to show it off, right? Of course you do – that’s exactly why you bought it! Thing is, you’re more than likely still want to make good use of your car and if you’re using it frequently, it can be really…

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