There are different kinds of safety glass in your car, and they aren't like the glass in your windows at home. They are there for specific reasons and because they function in specific ways. Safety Glass Safety glass is glass that has been treated in some way, usually by extra heating or through some kind of chemical process. There may also be additional steps in making the glass. The glass is designed to be harder to break and to withstand things that most glass wouldn't handle. [Read More]
Signs You May Have A Leaky Windshield
Windshields are like clear bucklers that protect riders from flying debris, bugs, and inclement weather. However, unlike the shields in video games, a vehicle's windshield is not invulnerable to damage and deterioration. Depending on its age and other factors, it can become the source of water leaks in the car. Here are few signs this may be the case and how to test it to confirm. Subtle Symptoms of a Problem [Read More]
Three Ways To Make Business Boom At Your Auto Body Shop
When you have an auto repair shop, it is important for you to do everything that you can to get the most business possible so that your business can thrive. A great way to do that is to offer your customers numerous repair options to ensure that your shop is a one-stop shop for all of their needs. The following guide walks you through a few ways you can make sure your auto body shop is the best shop in your area. [Read More]
How Do Auto Body Issues Affect Value?
The value of a car almost always diminishes with time. If it has auto body issues, it is only logical to think that the value becomes even less. When you decide to resell them, they become categorized as 'second-hand' or 'used' cars and unless you are a celebrity or your car is a limited version, it is highly unlikely that you will get a huge appraisal. A common question that insurance companies ask about used cars is if there had been repairs done to the body. [Read More]