Got A Chip On Your Windshield? How It Can Be Repaired to Ensure Safe Driving

If you have a chip on your car's windshield, you need to get it repaired now. This is even true if the chip is small. Below are some ways to stone chip repair, as well as how to temporary fix the chip until you can get to a professional. Repair Windshield Chips A chip in a windshield will only get worse over time. Dirt can get inside the chip, which will make it harder to repair. Read More 

Mobile Auto Glass Trackers: How They Work, And What It Means For Customers

Half the uncertainty behind any auto repair is the time it takes to complete the repair. As a customer, you want things to be repaired as soon and as quickly as possible because your car is your everything (almost). When it comes to your auto glass replacement, you may be on pins and needles waiting and wondering why replacing a windshield takes so long. It does not take as long as you might think, but the problem is that most shops have a lot of other customers ahead of you (most of the time). Read More 

4 Reasons To Have That Dent In Your Vehicle Professionally Repaired

No matter how small or large, you might be tempted to try and pry that annoying dent out of your vehicle yourself. But it might be better to just take your car to an auto body shop instead. Here are just a few good reasons to consider doing so: They Have the Tools One good reason to take your car to an auto body shop to have that dent removed is to ensure that all the proper tools will be used for the project. Read More 

Three Common Problems With Diesel Engines

If you run a commercial fleet, then odds are good that some or even all of your vehicles use diesel engines. The high peak torque at low engine speed makes diesels well suited to heavy-duty usage when getting a load moving is more important than peak power. The fuel efficiency offered by diesel engines is a great reason for their popularity in commercial fleets as well. This doesn't mean that diesels are without their fair share of problems, however, and any fleet where vehicles are kept for the long-term is likely to require repairs sooner or later. Read More 

How To Handle A Broken Headlight

Do you have a busted headlight? If so, you should do something fast to make sure that you see the road clearly and don't cause an accident. Besides, if you ignore your faulty headlights, you might get in trouble with the police. As there are several solutions for enhanced visibility these days, including LED bulbs, you should not drive a car with burned-out or broken headlights. Even if your older halogen headlights are still working, you can have them substituted for newer models during auto repair. Read More