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How to Reduce the Risk of A Car Accident

How to Reduce the Risk of A Car Accident

There are lots of things that can cause car accidents: the weather, a mechanical malfunction, a broken traffic light… the list goes on. But the most common cause of car accidents is human error! There are tons of things you can do to lower the risk of getting into a...
Your Guide to Aftermarket Auto Parts

Your Guide to Aftermarket Auto Parts

If you have to have parts replaced when your car is repaired, it’s likely you’ll have a choice of parts: OEM, aftermarket, or salvaged. You may have heard the general difference: OEM is the exact part your car had when it was new, aftermarket parts are like off-brand...
Confused By Auto Insurance Terms?

Confused By Auto Insurance Terms?

After you’ve been in an accident, you have a lot going on. The last thing you need when you’re worried about getting your car repaired quickly, safely, and affordably is a bunch of confusing car insurance terms to work through! Check out our guide to auto insurance...
Caring for Your Car’s New Paint after a Repair

Caring for Your Car’s New Paint after a Repair

Your car has been to the collision shop, it’s been repaired, made to look new, and you’ve taken it home. If it had a new paint job, your body shop technicians were meticulous in ensuring that the new paint matched the old paint. Paint is tasked with protecting your...
10 Collision Repair Terms to Know

10 Collision Repair Terms to Know

Every industry has its own jargon and not everyone understands the language! It’s important for you to know what’s going on with your car, during your repairs, so we’ve put together a short list of repair shop terms you might hear. Aftermarket Parts Any auto part that...
Guide to Collision Repair Estimates

Guide to Collision Repair Estimates

Following a car accident, the idea of finding the right collision repair shop can seem intimidating and overwhelming. Hopefully it’s a process that you don’t have much experience with (unless you work in the collision repair industry). Remember that you have the right...
A Guide To OEM Parts

A Guide To OEM Parts

If your car is in an accident, you’re likely to hear the term “OEM parts” at some point during your repair. OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer. Your insurance company or your repair shop may suggest that you opt to replace a damaged part with an OEM...
Understanding Your Car Insurance Policy

Understanding Your Car Insurance Policy

Car insurance is a legal requirement for drivers in most states, but understanding an auto insurance policy is not an easy task. It’s important to know what your coverage includes now whether you’re choosing a new policy or you have one that you’ve never (or rarely)...
Safe Child Car Seat Practices in a Car Accident

Safe Child Car Seat Practices in a Car Accident

According to the CDC, car accidents are the number one cause of death and injury in children. AAA reports that when compared with seat belt use, using safety restraints specifically designed for children, like car seats, can reduce the risk of injury by up to 82...
How to Avoid Rear End Collisions

How to Avoid Rear End Collisions

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that nearly 30 percent of all automobile accidents in the United States is the rear end collision. That’s nearly one third of all accidents! There are many ways you can take action now to prevent a...