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It goes without saying but vehicular accidents are really unavoidable. No matter how safe you think you drive, there are simply too many factors against you. In other words, there are many unstable factors every time you go out on the road. These factors are out of your control and they will eventually lead to a car collision or some similar accident.  So have your auto body shop number handy.

The best thing that you can do is to simply drive safely and be prepared for when a car crash does happen. Just make sure that you are uninjured, you don’t injure anyone, and that the damage to your vehicle is minimal. Of course, you should also be covered by a standard car insurance policy at the very least. Traffic collisions may result in injury, death, or property damage. At the very least, you should try to keep it to property damage – and this is why it pays to be safe.

Safety Is Key

 Wear your seat belt, obey all traffic rules, and never give in to road rage. When An Accident Happens With that said, when an accident eventually happens, you should also know who to call so that you don’t get stuck in the middle of the road. For example, it could be a minor vehicle mishap or just your car acting up. Cars just tend to do that sometimes no matter how careful you are. You could have just had your car tuned up when suddenly, one of your tires decides to go flat.

Getting Help from an Auto Body Shop

Now changing a flat tire is a pretty straightforward affair, but are you sure that your spare has enough air inside? I’ve had it happen to me once. I changed a flat tire only to find out my spare was nearly flat as well. I had to drive all the way to the nearest gasoline station to have them refill the spare. At that point however, I had already been driving for over a mile on a nearly flat tire. At that point, my spare was already damaged beyond repair. It occurred to me at that moment that I should have just pulled over to the side of the road and called up an auto body shop right then and there.

We Can Help

 If you need collision repairs and other similar work done on your car, then you should definitely choose one of our high-quality auto body shops.. You can rest assured that technicians are top-notch. Check with the Better Business Bureau if you like, just to have peace of mind.

Auto Restoration

Our shops offer comprehensive auto restoration services. From mechanical work to metal fabrication and auto detailing, they can do it all. This is they are top notch. Of course, which auto body shop you choose for your needs is really all up to you.

With that said, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with a few things before you take your car in to be repaired.

Auto Detailing

This term refers to the restoration of your car back to its original factory condition or even better than factory condition. Detailing can be broken down into exterior and interior detailing. It is worth noting that auto detailing only deals with externalities. Removing large dents or large-scale auto body works do not fall under auto detailing services. Generally, detailing includes cleaning of the car, some repainting work and sometimes adding a chrome finish to make the car look even better than new.

Upholstery Replacement/Restoration

If the upholstery of your car has somehow become damaged, then they will need some restoration work to be done. This is beyond the extent of auto detailing, but many of our auto body shops also offer upholstery restoration services anyway. Upholstery which has become browned with age can actually be restored to look brand new by using various cleaning compounds. However, if your car’s upholstery has begun peeling or cracking, then it will require replacement. Fortunately, car upholstery is pretty straightforward to put on. You can expect the job to get done within one session – or the same day that you visit.

Choose the Right Technician for the Job

When choosing an auto repair technician, you should always choose the right person for the job. Look for certifications depending on what kind of work needs to be done Make sure that your chosen technician is competent for the job that you have chosen. Do not hesitate to ask for the technician’s prior work experience. This is especially true if you need to have some complicated work done on your car. Mechanical failures are a good example of this. Ask the technician if he has had prior experience in dealing with your make/model of vehicle before and how familiar he is with its parts.

Don’t Settle for Unwarranted Parts Replacement

One sign of a lazy mechanic is if he recommends a part replacement right away without informing you of the cause of the problem. While there are probably several parts of your vehicle that need repairs, maintenance work, or replacement, this does not mean that these will fix the problem. First of all, ask your technician to perform some proper diagnostics on your vehicle. Inform the mechanic as to what kind of problem you perceive and ask him to specifically fix this problem. Never settle for the replacement of parts of your vehicle right away. Is the auto repair technician actually sure that replacement will fix the problem?

Windshield Repairs

Windshields are a rather tricky subject. They may be subject to repairs or may need full replacement depending on the type of damage. Windshields are more damage-resistant nowadays, but they are also designed to naturally collapse if enough pressure is applied. This is actually a safety feature designed to protect you from injury. In the past, windshields made form solid sheets of glass had the tendency to break apart into large shards and impale the car’s passengers upon impact. The next innovation to this would come in the form of tempered glass. Unlike ordinary glass, tempered glass is very strong, but it’s also built to shatter into powdery pieces should enough force be applied to it. These pieces are so fine that they rarely cause any massive or lethal injuries.

Of course, nowadays, windshields are even more sophisticated. Modern windshields are made of laminated glass. This is why the glass tends to stay together like a piece of cloth instead of breaking apart like tempered glass. For minor impacts, you will see that there are web-like cracks around the point of impact. Laminated glass is also known as safety glass because it helps ensure the survival of the driver and the passengers inside the car.

Can My Windshield Be Repaired?

Windshields can still be repaired in many cases. This is especially true if the damage is not that significant. Any kind of damage that impairs the driver’s vision will require replacement though. For minor cracks such as damage from hail, repair is actually the better option. It is cheaper and it preserves the original windshield. Repairing a windshield is a pretty straightforward task. Any auto body shop that offers windshield services should be able to accomplish this for your car. Basically, windshield repair involves simply filling the cracks with adhesive filler material and then allowing the material to dry. It’s just that simple and after the repairs are done, the glass will look as good as new.

PDR

Most reputable auto body shops offer PDR services. PDR stands for paintless dent removal or paintless dent repair. In most cases, this is actually preferable to more traditional dent removal services. The only drawback is that PDR is still relatively limited in application. It cannot be used for very large dents that have already caused cracks or damaged the structural integrity of the car.

As the name suggests, paintless dent removal does not add any additional materials to your car. It simply fixes the dent by restoring the area back to its original shape using specialized tools. What makes it preferable to a standard dent repair is that no filler materials are used. There is no need to use filler glue, sandpaper or paint to make the dent disappear. PDR can also be used for removing minor dents prior to repainting the vehicle if the paint job has been damaged.

The extent of the damage on the metal of your car is what determines whether it is eligible for PDR or not. Fortunately, the majority of auto body shops can assess the damage on your car and inform you if PDR is available as an option. Basically, special tools are used to sort of hammer your car’s body back into its normal shape. Minor dents fixed via PDR can look just as good as new. It is virtually impossible to tell that a dent was there. PDR must be performed by a qualified technician because of the amount of precision work that needs to be carried out.

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