Heading Out For A Road Trip? Don't Forget These Valuable Automotive-Related Items

The open road is calling your name, you have a few days off of work, and nowhere to be. So why not just jump in your car and see where the road takes you? Even though road trips at the spur of the moment can always be a lot of fun, being a stranded, unprepared driver never is. Before you pack a bag and hit the door, make sure you have these automotive-related items tucked away in your trunk or tool box just in case something goes wrong. [Read More]

Tips For Choosing A Wheelchair Conversion Van

A wheelchair conversion van is a significant investment. You want to be sure that you're making the right selection in order to ensure it's what you need and that it's easy to use. Here are just some of the factors to consider to ensure you're making the right selection. Door Access Consider what your access needs are. You want to choose a van that will be accommodating in this area. Consider where you primarily plan to load the wheelchair into the van. [Read More]

Removing A Dent From Your Vehicle's Body With Help From Temperature

If you had a mishap occur where your vehicle had scraped a guard rail, tree, post, or even another vehicle while you were driving, you will most likely want to deal with any alterations to the body appropriately to improve its appearance. If the damage is not extensive, you may have decided to forego an insurance claim in an attempt to avoid the raising of rates. A small dent in your fender, hood, or door, may be able to be removed on your own with help from hot and cold temperatures. [Read More]

The Work That Goes Into Replacing A Rear Quarter Panel

If you were recently involved in an accident, and your rear quarter panel on your vehicle was damaged, here is a quick breakdown of the work that is going to be involved in order to repair and fix your rear quarter panel if it was badly dented. Accessing The Rear Quarter Panel Generally, the first thing that an auto body shop will do is make sure that they have access to your entire rear quarter panel so they can assess the degree of damage to it. [Read More]