Common Causes Of Car Belt Damages

Posted on: 17 October 2019

Many cars have multiple belts for delivering power and linking various parts of the car. These belts can suffer damage, just like other parts of the car. Below are some of the things that can lead to belt damage. High Temperatures Car belts are designed to operate under high temperatures, but they have their limits. If the temperature rises too high, the compounds in the rubber begin to break down. The rubber then loses some of its flexibility and begins to crack. [Read More]

Can I Have a Deductible Waived for an Auto Glass Replacement?

Posted on: 18 January 2019

After your windshield has become damaged, you may have it fully replaced by a technician and finance the repairs through your insurance provider. Your windshield replacement must first be covered under your auto insurance provider. While most of the cost of replacing the windshield is covered by an insurance provider, you may need to pay a deductible. However, there are some circumstances where you may have the deductible waived. Reducing Your Deductible [Read More]

Three Signs You Need To Align Your Tires

Posted on: 7 April 2018

Your car's tires are subjected to a massive amount of stress and wear even through normal driving conditions. This can lead to rapid degradation of their structural integrity, which can have a huge adverse impact on the performance and responsiveness of your vehicle while driving. In particular, constant wear on your tires can transfer into the suspension of your vehicle, causing your tires to come out of alignment and causing all sorts of other issues for your car. [Read More]

The "Helicopter" Customer: How To Soothe These Anxious Car Owners

Posted on: 4 December 2017

You have heard of "helicopter parents," right? They are parents that actually hover around their child's school, watching everything their kids do just to make sure their kids are doing everything right. While it is understandable that these parents want to protect and help their children, it can be more disruptive than helpful. Similarly, "helicopter customers" are customers who are worried sick about their wrecked cars and want to hover around all day to watch everything you do in your collision repair shop. [Read More]