It’s Spring break which means that you’re out on the road more. You might be taking your car camping or on a road trip with the kids. The snow has almost all melted away and the sun is shining which means it is time to get your car in tiptop shape and ready for the beautiful months ahead. Preparing your vehicle for Spring can save you a lot of trouble later in the year, especially as the weather heats up in the Summer.
Electric cars such as the Porsche Panamera Plug-In, Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf and models from Tesla are becoming increasingly popular with today’s motorists. However, not every auto body shop can handle electric or hybrid cars because they either don’t have the knowledge or tools to fix them. At Colorworks Toms Custom Autobody, we have a proven track record when it comes to these types of advanced electric cars.
We’re having a late Winter which means very challenging driving conditions, salty roads, and icy streets as we hit the tail end of the “Polar Vortex” that has plagued the rest of North America. As you can guess, it’s a stressful time for both drivers and auto body experts as we deal with a higher volume of accidents. To stay safe and avoid the auto body shop, we’ve put together some tips to help you stay safe on the road.
When you’re in an automobile accident are you afraid of taking your car in because you don’t know what the mechanic is talking about? The auto body repair process can be a daunting place with a lot of acronyms and difficult terms. We’ve put together a list of some of the auto body industry’s most common jargon so you can better understand what’s going on with your vehicle and what repairs are being done.
Windshields are an important part of your automobile, however they are at risk during the winter months when they are prone to cracking and even shattering. There are a number of dangers including falling ice, hail, or a rapid change in temperature.