Entries by Ed

Why You Shouldn’t Drive on Worn Out Tires

It’s never safe to drive on bald and unbalanced tires. Since the tread is already thin, your tires don’t have the necessary traction for abrupt stops. Also, it will be challenging to steer, especially on rainy days. Instead of waiting …

Why You Need to Repair Your Car Dent Quickly

Car dents can look small and harmless. This is why many car owners dismiss them and delay repairing the issue. Dents can occur due to small falling objects or someone banging the car door into a blunt surface. Damage can …

When is the Most Dangerous Time to Drive?

As safe as modern driving is, there are specific times when you’ll be exposed to a higher risk of accidents. Specific days pose a different level of risk, as observed on the occurrence of accidents against the time and day …

What’s a Salvage Title

For those who are planning to invest in secondhand cars, it’s essential to know what a  salvage title is. This may actually make or break the deal for you. So even before you put your money on a pre-owned vehicle, …

What to Do If You Hit a Parked Car

So you’re backing up in a busy parking lot when you hear and feel a strong thud. Guess what, you just hit a parked car. This is a nightmare of many car owners since it means having to deal with …

What I-CAR Accreditation Means

The Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair or I-CAR accreditation is prestigious among auto shops and technicians. Individuals and auto shops seek the recognition of I-CAR as proof of their training and competence in providing safe repairs. In short, the …

How Technology Can Reduce Your Risk of a Collision

According to statistics, about 1.3 million people die each year due to car accidents all over the world. And with over 143 million Americans commuting daily, it’s essential to stay safe while on the road. Aside from being a defensive …