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Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Minor Auto Body Damage

The auto body and glass repair team at Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul warns against the risk of ignoring minor auto body damage. We talk about what can happen when you ignore minor repairs and why it’s better to deal with them sooner than later. 

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Getting a Good Collision Repair Quote

The auto body repair shop pros at Suburban Auto Body in St. Paul talk about how to get a good collision repair quote for your car. We talk about how a good collision repair team can help with your insurance quote and more. 

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The Importance of a Pre- and Post- Repair Scan

When you’re involved in an auto collision, you’ve got plenty on your mind. Between getting your car to the shop and working out transportation and insurance, you want to know that everything is getting taken care of with the utmost professionalism. Pre- and post-repair scans on airbags, collision avoidance systems, and supplemental restraint systems are essential to professional certified auto body repairs.

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Crumple Zones

A car is a carefully engineered machine, and modern automobiles are designed with safety central to their design. A car’s frame is designed for strength and built to take a high level of damage in the event of a collision. A key component to its design is a car’s crumple zone, a feature manufactured to protect the car’s passengers during a crash.

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COVID-19

Suburban Auto Body is open and fully staffed M-F from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are operating normally and continue to schedule vehicle repair appointments and insurance estimates, as needed. Local and federal governments have deemed us essential and the on-going support from our customers is essential! We thank you for helping us to maintain our business and we will be here for you!

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Questions You Should Ask About Your Body Technician

We all know what it’s like to experience the smell of a new car whether that car is new off the production line or simply new to you. From the moment you first get those keys to your first official road trip, it can be pretty thrilling to take your car out on the road. That’s why as drivers, we try to do everything we can to keep our cars in top shape for as long as possible. But eventually, even your best efforts to park far away and keep your car free of dents will be challenged by the wear and tear of daily driving.

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How to Choose a Great Body Shop

Whether you drive a commuter or you curate a stable of classic cars, it’s important to know which auto body shop is experienced and capable of performing your car’s auto body needs. Chances are good that at some point during the life of your vehicle, you’ll need an expert body shop for anything from minor dents and dings to custom paint. You don’t want to trust your vehicle with just any technician. You need a car collision repair team with certification in repairs for your make and model along with access to the right parts for the job.

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Questions You Should Ask About Your Body Technician

Being involved in an automobile accident can be a traumatizing situation, ultimately resulting in a series of decisions one must make to get things back to normal. One of the most crucial of these decisions is who will get your vehicle back to that normal state from before the accident. Assuming most people are not regulars at a particular auto body shop, it is difficult to know who to trust to do the job right and in a timely manner. Before throwing a dart at a page in the phone book, consider the following questions to aid in making a wise decision.

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Everything You Need to Know About Vehicle Dent Removal

While you may feel personally injured upon finding dents in your favorite automobile, put your mind at ease. There are several painless methods for removing such damage including three main methods for repairing damaged body panels when a full panel replacement is not needed.

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The Importance of Using the Same Shop for All Your Body Work

When you have to take your car into the shop, it can be something of a chore. This is especially true when you’re working with a shop or collision technician who is unfamiliar with your car and its unique needs. When you work with a collision repair team that’s familiar with your vehicle, you can count on them to get the OEM parts necessary to meet your warranty requirements. A good auto body repair team will also be trained in repairs specific to your vehicle.

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