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How to Minimize Vehicle Depreciation After an Accident

A vehicle can depreciate if it is involved in a car accident. However, while you cannot change the fact that your car will be worth less after the accident, there are a few steps you can take to minimize the depreciation you and your car suffer after the accident. Here are three ways to minimize car depreciation after a car accident:

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Before Your Road Trip: Consider These Things About Your Scratches and Dings

Before you take a road trip, you might want to give your car a once-over. If you've been accumulating scratches and dings throughout the year, it may be better to fix them now. On the other hand, if you're going to be going into difficult terrain, you might want to schedule a trip to the mechanic afterward.

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Should I Repair Damage to my Leased Car before I Turn it in?

If you are about to turn in your car at the end of the lease, the first thing to do is ask the dealer if there will be any charges for excess "Wear and Tear." Remember that the dealer may waive some damage if you are leasing another car from them.

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Repairing Your Vehicle When You're Responsible For An Accident

What happens if you're responsible for an accident? Though it can be a frightening experience, it's also important to remember that everyone is human. Accidents happen, and that's why you have insurance. Even when the accident was considered to be your fault, you're still going to have some options available for repair.

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Signs You Need Auto Body Repair After Hitting a Curb or Road Debris

There are many hazards that you may encounter while out driving on the road. And unfortunately, many of these hazards can cause damage to your car. Some of the hazards cause damage to the exterior of your car, allowing you to easily see the scratch, ding or dent that occurred. Other hazards cause damage that is hidden or hard to see. If you run over a pot hole, hit a curb, or hit a piece of road debris, such as tire remnants, the underside of your car may be damaged. Since you cannot see the underside, you have to rely on signs that indicate damage was done. Here are a few of the common signs that you need auto body repair after hitting a curb or road debris.

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What Is Suburban EZ and How Is It Beneficial to You?

If you have been involved in an auto accident, you want your car repaired quickly and correctly with as little hassle as possible. Suburban Auto Body Repair in St. Paul, MN. has mastered this process with a service we like to call Suburban EZ. If you need auto body work, learn more about our service and how it can help to make your life a little easier.

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Reasons to Get Superficial Car Crash Damage Repaired Right Away

If you were involved in a minor car accident, your car may have a few scratches or a small ding or dent on it. If you are worried about your insurance rates increasing or live a busy life, you may think that the damage is superficial and put off repairing the damage. However, what looks like minor damage may not be so minor and there can be consequences to not fixing it. Here are a three reasons why it is important to get superficial car crash damage repaired right away.

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When Should a Bumper Be Replaced Instead of Repaired?

There are a number of ways a bumper can get dented or damaged. You may hit a pole or someone may rear end you. Regardless, if there is damage to your bumper, it needs to be fixed. In some cases, a dent can be pulled out and your existing bumper can still be used. In other cases, the entire bumper should be replaced. So how do you know when a bumper should be repaired or replaced? Here are a few of the signs that your bumper needs to be replaced not repaired.

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4 Affordable Auto Body Repair Tips That Add Value to Your Car

We all love our cars, but everyone knows that cars are depreciating assets. From the moment we first drive them off the dealership lot, they decline in value. Even if we pamper and baby our beloved automobiles, there is not much we can do stop that devaluation. However, we can slow it down.

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Four Types of Damage Often Overlooked Following a Car Crash

Any car accident involves quite a lot of force. Cars today are built to withstand pretty significant accidents, but just because they don't show their damage doesn't mean the damage isn't there. Here are a few common types of damage that may not be visible to the naked eye.

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