Uninsured Motorist

How to Handle a Collision with an Uninsured Driver Ideally, and according to the law, every driver in the United States would be insured. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Unfortunately, uninsured and underinsured drivers are on the roads, and you have no way of knowing when you’ll come across one. What is an […]

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Collision Insurance Myths

Five Myths to Stop Believing about Collision Insurance Myth #1: Your insurance company chooses the repair shop you have to use after a collision. In reality, insurance companies aren’t allowed to tell you where to have your vehicle repaired at any time; you legally have the right to choose where you take your vehicle to […]

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Auto Paint After a Collision

Most of what you read about repairing a car after a collision has to do with safety and ensuring that the vehicle is working properly, but there is more to it! In order to get a car back into its original condition, it’s necessary to take care of any cosmetic issues following a collision too! […]

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Car Insurance 101

Car Insurance Coverage that Applies to Car Accidents If you’ve been in an accident, understanding your auto insurance policy is a key part of getting through it. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand their policies, or what is covered after an accident. Some parts of auto insurance are regulated by state laws, and can vary depending […]

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How To Avoid Common Collisions

Most drivers aren’t looking to get in a collision – they can be painful to your wallet, your property, and to any people who are involved. Unfortunately, the most common kinds of collisions are those when traffic is moving slowly, or not at all. These low speed, low impact accidents are called fender benders. So, […]

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Cracked Windshield?

It may not seem like it, but the windshield and windows in your vehicle do more than allow you to see out of it – they play an important role in protecting both the driver and passengers in the case of an accident. When your windows are damaged, especially the windshield, it’s important to repair […]

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Collision Repair Education

Have you ever wondered what qualifies a repair technician to fix your car? The truth is, every repair technician has an education, but much of what they do is learned on the job, and through certain certifications the repair shop can qualify for. Basic Education Requirements High school diploma – as with most jobs in […]

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We’re Certified

What You Should Know About Original Equipment Manufacturer Certified Repair Shops The collision repair industry is huge, and as cars grow more complex, repair shops and technicians need to stay on top of the latest procedures and technologies. Although there is no standard certification or requirement that makes any one shop better than any other […]

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Teen Safety

In the US, nearly seven percent of drivers on the road are between 15 and 20 years old. Nearly 250,000 teens were killed or treated in emergency rooms for injuries sustained in car accidents in 2013. Although 15-24 year olds account for only 14 percent of the U.S. population, they are responsible for 30 percent […]

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My Bathroom Scale?

As technology advances, vehicles become more and more complex. According to Brian Wayne, of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the new Chrysler Pacifica has over 200 computers built into it! At the annual NACE expo this summer, a panel of industry professionals representing OEMs and insurance companies discussed the recent official statements of several OEMs regarding the […]

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