Customizing Your Wheels: Three Ways You Can Achieve A Unique Look

30 July 2016
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Of all the ways you could personalize the look of your vehicle, the wheels are probably the most effective. When people see your car moving down the street, they tend to see the car's body first, and everything else second. However, if you have something flashy moving, like the wheels, then everyone else stops to see what is catching their eyes. Here are three ways you can achieve a unique look on your vehicle by customizing your wheels. Read More 

Prevent Road Tar From Tarnishing Your Vehicle With These Strategies

24 July 2016
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Whether you have a new vehicle or you're simply eager to protect an older vehicle, the last thing you want to experience is getting road tar on the lower parts of the vehicle's body panels. This black, sticky substance can solidly bond to the body panels and be difficult to remove. In extreme cases of damage, you may wish to visit your local auto body shop to see if the tar can be ground off and the panels can be refinished. Read More 

A Couple of Important Questions About Windshield Replacements Addressed

18 July 2016
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The windshield of your car is one of the easier parts of the vehicle to overlook. Unfortunately, this can cause some car owners to make the error of delaying repairing damage to the glass, which can result in the windshield needing to be replaced. After you have the following couple of auto glass repair questions answered, you will be better prepared to handle this issue. Why Can't Some Types of Damage Be Repaired? Read More 

Four Practical Ways To Maintain Your Machine Shop Equipment

6 July 2016
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When it comes to maintaining your machine shop equipment, regular maintenance isn't the only way to keep your equipment in good condition. There are a number of everyday tasks that can help you with accomplishing this goal. Here are just some of the things you can do. Inspections Malfunctions are generally progressive. Rarely does equipment simply fail without warning. Increase the chance of recognizing an issue before it magnifies by performing regular inspections. Read More