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What You Need to Know About Aluminum Auto Body Repair

Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul discusses how the changing technology of the automotive industry and its shift toward using aluminum has affected collision repair and its impact on your vehicle. 

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How We Work Around Your Busy Schedule to Complete Your Repair

Most of us lead very busy lives. If your car is involved in an automobile accident, downtime without a vehicle is often the last thing you need in your life. At Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul, our auto body and collision shop experts understand how important it is that you get back on the road as quickly as possible.

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Guide to Fixing Your Car After an Accident

When you’re in a car accident, your first thought may be one of adrenaline-spiked shock. After you’ve made sure everyone is safe, it’s time for cooler heads to prevail as you decide on your next step in getting your vehicle back to its original condition. When it’s time to move forward with your post-accident repair process, our experts at Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul can help. We understand how important it is to get you back on the road as quickly as possible. We’ve put together this handy guide to fixing your car after an accident.

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Four Ways to Track Your Auto Repair

When your car is in the shop, getting it back on the road as quickly as possible is at the top of your priorities. The ability to check in on your ride throughout the process helps you understand your vehicle’s repair as fully as possible and allows you to view your repair as it progresses. At Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul, we are an auto body and collision shop that understands how central your vehicle is to your life. That’s why we offer four great ways to track your auto repair throughout the process.

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Getting Your Car "Untotaled" So It Can Be Repaired

After a bad accident, your insurance company may tell you that your vehicle has been "totaled." That doesn't mean that you have to give up entirely on your car, though. If you disagree with the assessment, you may be able to get the insurance company to "untotal" the vehicle, at which point you can get the car repaired properly. Once your car has been untotaled, you can fix it just like with any other insurance claim.

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Reducing the Costs of Your Overall Car Fleet Repair

Fleets can be expensive to manage and maintain. From gas costs to oil costs, you're going to be pumping a lot of money into your vehicles -- but there are ways to reduce those expenses. Here are a few ways that you can reduce the cost of your fleet maintenance, so you can invest that money into other areas of your business.

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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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Can Auto Body Repair Void Your Car Warranty?

When you purchase a new car, it may come with a warranty. The warranty helps to cover your vehicle in case anything unexpected goes wrong with the car. But there are many ways that this warranty can be voided, including not having the car properly maintained or making repairs to the car yourself. If your vehicle is involved in a car accident, you may wonder if having auto body work done to the car can void the warranty. Unfortunately, it can void the warranty in some cases. Here are three situations in which your car warranty may be voided by having auto body repair.

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How Quickly Do You Need to Repair Collision Damage?

You may have gotten into an accident a week ago, a month ago, or even a year ago. When you don't have the money to pay for an accident, it can be easy to put it off, but it's important to know that waiting to repair your collision damage could actually make it worse. In fact, the damage could be getting more expensive to fix by the day.

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Matching a Premium Paint Color: What You Need to Know About Limited Edition Paints

What happens if your premium paint job needs to be repaired? Scratches and dents can seem difficult to fix if you have a rare type of paint color, but that doesn't mean that there isn't a way to fix it. In fact, sometimes it can be just as easy and affordable to fix as basic colors.

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