Last year, I bought a new car. Rather than trade in my old one, I decided to sell it myself. Before I put it in the market, I took the car to a local shop and got my old baby a new paint job. The new paint made all the difference with the car. While operationally it was sound, the outside was not all that great. After the fresh coat of paint, the car generated a lot of attention from prospective buyers. I even had a bidding war going on between two parties who really wanted it. If you have an older vehicle to sell, it pays to invest in a new paint job. Let me tell you more about why this strategy works. Follow my tips for selecting the color and the paint type, and you'll get a great price for the old jalopy.
4 April 2017
During the spring season, the sky can appear bright and clear and quickly be overtaken by dark and powerful storm clouds. With these clouds come rain, powerful winds, and sometimes hail. If your vehicle has sustained hail damage, you know this scenario all too well. Don't let a myth keep you from having your vehicle repaired. Here are just some of the myths you want to ignore. Sun Can Eliminate Damage
3 April 2017
If your vehicle has a small dent from a minor accident, such as accidentally bumping it against something, you don't necessarily have to see a mechanic. Fixing it yourself is usually much cheaper than a repair shop or making an insurance claim. Minor dents not only detract from the appearance, but they also can decrease the resale value. Here are tips to repair minor dents on vehicle bodies. Plunge It
29 March 2017
If your vehicle has been damaged in a collision, you are going to need to take it to a collision shop in order to get an accurate repair estimate. Here are a few things that you need to realize about how collision estimates and repair work. #1 They May Need To Take Apart Your Car To Determine Damage One of the first things that you need to realize is that the collision repair shop that you take your vehicle to may actually have to take your vehicle apart a little bit to accurately estimate how much damage was done to your vehicle.