Restoring Paint On Old Vehicles

What You Need To Know About Vehicle Wraps

Whether you're looking to sell products and services or make a personal statement, a car wrap is an instant attention-getter. The work requires a mixture of both art and science, and that makes it a challenging job for even professionals to deal with. If you're wondering about what will be needed to put a top-notch vehicle wrap on your ride, here's what you need to know. Having Your Car Ready Read More 

Getting A Wrecked RV Repaired

Did you have to park your RV because it stopped running properly after being involved in a collision? Are you also now in a situation where you have to live in a hotel until the RV can be repaired? Taking your RV to an RV collision repair center as soon as possible is the wisest thing to do if you don't want to waste a substantial amount of money on hotel fees. Read More 

3 Maintenance Tips for Commercial Fleet

Owning a business with its own commercial fleet of vehicles can be a rewarding experience. But if you want your vehicles to be able to get the job done for you for many years to come, you'll want to make sure you follow a specific plan for the fleet's ongoing maintenance. Some vehicle owners have a hard time just remembering to get their oil changed, but if you own an entire fleet, that's a mistake you can't afford to make. Read More 

Answering Two Common Questions About Auto Body Repairs

When your car has had the misfortune of suffering body damage, it can be easy to overlook the importance of repairing. Often, individuals may not have much experience with this aspect of car ownership, which can make it difficult for them to make sound choices about having this type of damage repaired. If you are a new car owner, learning the answers to the following common auto body repair questions will help you to be better prepared for this task. Read More 

Repairing A Canvas Convertible Top On Your Own

If you have an automobile with a convertible top, you undoubtedly enjoy driving your vehicle around with the top down during warmer weather. If you find your canvas convertible top has a rip in the fabric, you will need to repair it promptly to help avoid any damage to the interior of your vehicle should imminent weather become present. Here are some instructions you can use to make a repair to a canvas convertible top on your own. Read More