Things To Consider When Lifting Your Truck

Posted on: 21 April 2020

One of the great things about owning a truck or a sport utility vehicle is the ability to install a lift kit that raises the ride height and ground clearance of the vehicle. With a lift kit, you can even increase the tire size on your vehicle. If you are considering such an investment, there are a few things to consider to ensure that you get the final result that you're hoping for. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Save Money On The Cost Of Collision Repair

Posted on: 1 November 2019

If you have a vehicle that is in need of collision repair, you might be a little concerned over how much this is going to cost you. The cost might have been the reason you have not already had the collision work done. If you are ready to finally get this work done, but you want to try to make sure that you are saving as much money as possible, you will want to take a moment or two to consider the following tips. [Read More]

What To Do Before Buying A Used Sports Car That Was In A Fender Bender

Posted on: 24 July 2019

When shopping for a used sports car, most driving enthusiasts won't settle for any car that isn't in pristine condition. However, you can save a ton of money by buying a model that was in a minor accident and needed a bit of body work. If you shop carefully, you can find a great deal and get your hands on an upscale model that fits your budget and drives just as good as any model with a flawless record. [Read More]

2 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Ignore The Dent In Your Car's Bumper

Posted on: 12 February 2019

Whether or not you bumped into something while pulling out of a parking space or was involved with a minor fender bender, your bumper may have a small dent in it. Because the damage seems minor, you may feel you can get away with not having it repaired. However, there are some reasons why you should never ignore a dent in your car's bumper. 1.  Greater Possibility of Extreme Damage to Your Vehicle [Read More]