Ignoring Auto Body Damage Could Cost More Than Repairs

Posted on: 15 July 2015

Being involved in an accident on the road or even a fender-bender in the parking lot can do some ugly damage to your car. Crushed bumpers, dents in the sides or other damage may seem like a purely visual problem, but the once sleek and shiny design of your vehicle isn't for eye appeal alone. Before driving on for years without fixing dents, think about a few ways that the damage could be sapping more costs from your wallet or leading to even worse damage.
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How To Check And Top Up Your Motor Oil

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Motor oil is an integral part of your vehicle, and performs a variety of functions for your engine. Motor oil cleans the engine, lubricates the moving parts so that they operate efficiently, and helps dissipate the heat produced by the engine while your vehicle is on. Ensuring that your motor oil is at optimal capacity and adding more oil as needed is a crucial part of basic vehicle maintenance, and thankfully can be completed in a matter of minutes.
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Three Creative Uses For Truck Shells That Will Help You Sell Off Your Inventory

Posted on: 10 June 2015

Finding that you have too many truck shells in your inventory is a problem. Finding that the truck shell inventory you have is comprised of truck shells nobody wants means you have to get creative in order to sell them. Here are two creative uses for truck shells that will sell. Kids' Climbing Equipment If you have ever witnessed a kid trying to climb all over a car or bounce on its hood, then you already know this idea could be big.
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3 Types Of Auto Body Repair You Should Never Handle On Your Own

Posted on: 19 January 2015

If your car has been severely damaged in an accident, you would do well to always bring it to an auto body repair shop like Wasatch Body Shop, Inc. This is so that the job can be done right and your car can look as good as new, but also so that it can be safe for you to drive again. You may not think of your car's body as being involved with your safety when you drive, but consider three types of auto body repair you should never handle on your own and why your safety is involved with these repairs.
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