Learning All About Auto Body Restoration

Learning All About Auto Body Restoration

  • Buying A Used Car: 5 Tips For An Effective Test Drive

    You are at the used car dealership and you have found the perfect car—it is affordable, nice, and it has all the features you want. It may seem like the next logical step would be to pay for the car and drive off. Unfortunately, there is one more important thing you must do: the test drive. The test drive is the most important part of your search—especially for used vehicles. Why?

  • 3 Tips For Scoring A Good Deal On A New Car

    Although there are certainly plenty of benefits to buying a used car, there is nothing quite like buying a brand new car that has never been owned by anyone. However, you could be concerned about the cost of buying a brand new vehicle, and you might assume that you'll have to pay too much. Luckily, there are a few things that you can do to get a brand new car for a far lower price.

  • Birthday Gift Ideas For Your Car-Loving Spouse

    If your spouse is in love with their car, or if they spend a lot of time stuck in their car commuting, then there are many wonderful automotive accessories that you should consider purchasing for your spouse's next birthday. Cold Climate Gifts If your family resides in a cold climate, then there are three gifts that will be well-appreciated by your spouse: a remote car starter new windshield wiper blades leather driving gloves A remote car starter will allow your spouse to warm-up their vehicle without having to brave the cold weather to do so.

  • Make Money With Your Old Car And Help The Environment

    Instead of letting your old car sit in your driveway as an eye sore, you can make money with it. There are different ways you can do this, such as recycling the car, taking it apart and selling the parts, or selling it to a demolition derby driver. Recycle Your Car Recycling your car makes money and is good for the environment. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, recycling your car uses much less energy than creating new steel.

  • You've Been In An Accident: What Now?

    Understanding how to handle a car accident before it happens will help you address the situation like an expert. Take some time to learn the ins and outs of collision protocol and etiquette to ensure that you are prepared should you find yourself in an accident. You'll know what to do from the second you crash all the way to the collision repair shop. Screech! Crash! What Next? You've been hit, or you've hit someone.

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    About Me
    Learning All About Auto Body Restoration

    Hi guys, the name is Phyllis. I'm here to teach you all there is to know about auto body repair. I grew up watching my dad strip down cars and restore them to new with beautiful coats of paint. Between coats, I loved to see how the sanding process removed imperfections and readied the surface for more paint. I grew to love the hobby enough to try it out for myself. My journey started with bicycle frames. The frames easily hung from the ceiling to make sanding and painting a breeze. Eventually, I took my sander and sprayer to the finish of my old car to restore its beauty. You can learn about the auto body repair and restoration process by visiting my site each week. I'll share information about traditional and modern techniques, tools and parts you can use to improve the finish on any vehicle. Thanks for visiting!