Auto Body Shop Tips

There are a few reasons that you do not want to be driving around a car that has structural or aesthetic damage. Many people do not realize that a car that has structural damage can be dangerous. The weak points in the body can become a critical point in a car accident and you may be in serious trouble. In order to be safe, it is important that if your car sustains body damage that you get the car's body fixed as soon as possible. Read More 

4 Questions To Help You Find A Great Auto Body Repair Shop After An Accident

If you're in an auto accident, the first thing to do is make sure you and everyone who was in the car with you is alright. Of course, you should seek medical attention immediately if anyone is injured. Once you know everyone is alright, you'll need to decide where to take your car to be repaired. Here are four questions to help you find a great auto body repair shop near you. Read More 

Ways To Reduce The Frequency In Which You Need Heavy Equipment Repair

If you own a construction company, you likely own one or more pieces of heavy equipment. These machines can make completing a construction job easier and require less labor from your employees. Bulldozers, excavators, pipe layers, skidders, cranes and rollers all complete specific tasks quickly. However, over time, these pieces of heavy equipment may encounter problems and need to be repaired. Repairs can leave you unable to complete tasks at your job site until the piece of machinery is repaired and working again. Read More 

Preparation & Safety Tips For Collisions In Your RV

Whether you live full-time in your RV or just use it to travel, it's important that you are prepared in case of a collision and know what to do. Here are a few important ways to prepare and helpful tips that can help keep you and your family safe after a collision in your RV. 3 Ways to Prepare for a Collision Here are 3 important ways to prepare yourself in case you have an accident in your RV. Read More 

Hail Damage And Your Car: What To Do When Mother Nature Pummels Your Baby

According to the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) there were over 5,500 significant hail storms in 2014. You may have witnessed the damage caused by these tiny balls of frozen rain firsthand, and were thankful your car was safely in the garage. Unfortunately, that may not always be the case. From working with the insurance company to deciding if your car is salvageable, here is what to do after your car suffers hail damage: Read More