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The Importance of Auto Detailing

Detailing your vehicle is a great way to get that "new car" look back again, especially if your vehicle has been left outside and is a few years old. The problem is that detailing, like any other auto maintenance, must be done by a professional or the results can leave your car worse than when you brought it in.

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Protecting Your Car's Glass from Storms and Hail

You don't always have a lot of warning when it comes to storms and hail; in fact, you may find out about it within just a few hours. What do you do if you don't have anywhere to put your car? Many people don't have a garage or carport available, or they might not have the time to find a different parking spot for their vehicle. Here are a few ways that you can protect your car, regardless of where it is.

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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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Preventing Sun Damage on Your Commercial Fleet

From exterior to interior, sun damage can wreak havoc on a vehicle. When it comes to a commercial fleet, you may not be able to give each individual car the attention that it needs every single day. So in order to protect your investment, you're going to have to make a few modifications.

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Taking Care of Your Car After Rust Removal

Once you've gotten your vehicle repaired, the last thing you want is to experience issues with rust again. Removing your rust requires the rust be taken out of the vehicle's frame itself, by physically abrading the surface. After that, your vehicle is going to have to be repainted or re-coated to prevent rust exposure again. Here's how to protect your car just after it's been repaired:

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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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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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The Benefits of Fleet Services

As a business owner, you may have a fleet of vehicles that you use daily to run and operate your business. If you have a fleet of cars, you may benefit from fleet services. Many auto repair shops and mechanics offer fleet services to help make it easier for business owners to get their cars the repairs and services they need. Here at Suburban Auto Body, we offer fleet services. Here are a few of the benefits of the fleet services that we have to offer.

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Are There Limits to How Much Rust Can Be Removed From a Vehicle?

It is important to remove any rust that develops on the body of a car, truck or SUV as soon as you spot the rust. This is because rust will continue to spread quickly if it is not removed. And unfortunately, rust can weaken the metal. This can be dangerous as the metal panels on your car are designed to sustain an impact if you are involved in a car accident. If you have a car that is substantially rusted, you may wonder if there are limits to how much rust should and can be removed from a vehicle. Here is some information you will want to know if you are in this position.

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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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