Coming soon, new Plano Location April 2020 – 1201 E Plano Pkwy

Coming soon, new Plano Location April 2020 – 1201 E Plano Pkwy

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Will Paintless Dent Repair Work on My Car?

March 26th, 2020
paintless dent repair

The short answer is, it depends. Ugly dents and dings detract from the appearance of your car, but you also know fixing them will take a lengthy, costly visit to an auto body shop. From hail damage to football-sized indents (provided the paint isn’t cracked or chipped), paintless dent repair (PDR) is an option that […]


Avoiding an Accident: Common Distractions on the Roadways

February 27th, 2020

It’s no secret that distracted driving is dangerous, as it claimed the lives of 3,166 in 2017 alone, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Distracted driving is any activity that serves to divert attention from the act of driving, including texting, eating and drinking, talking on the phone, changing the stereo or […]


5 Things to Consider Before Painting Your Car

January 31st, 2020
auto body repair

Thinking about having your car painted? There are many considerations to take into account. The decision to repaint your vehicle is a serious one, mostly due to the high expense. Sometimes you don’t really have a choice, as you may have been in a collision and need extensive work and repainting. But in general, here […]


Collision Repair Myths

December 26th, 2019

The Truth About Five Automotive Repair Myths If you’ve ever had to deal with a collision repair after an accident, you know how frustrating, scary and indeed expensive it can be to get everything fixed. It’s easy to get caught up in the myths of collision repair, so arm yourself with the knowledge you need […]


The Basics of What to do in a Breakdown

November 25th, 2019

No one wants to think about getting into a collision or breaking down on the side of the road, but it happens. The key is to be prepared when it does. Here are some tips on what to do in a breakdown. Stay Calm It’s stressful and scary to break down, especially on the side […]


Tips for Aging Drivers to Avoid Collisions

October 24th, 2019

If you are an elderly driver, keep in mind you are at a higher risk on the road than other people. But despite your age, it’s vital to remain cautious of your surroundings as you travel about. Practice makes perfect! Just because you have had a driver’s license for decades, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t heed […]


Teens: Top 10 Tips to Avoid an Auto Collision

September 27th, 2019

  As a teen who just got a license, it’s understandable you’re chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel and drive. You know the statistics, you’ve gone to the classes and you’re all set to drive. But it’s important to realize that teen drivers are the most likely demographic to have an accident. […]


How to Get Rid of a Bumper Dent

August 27th, 2019
Know who's working on your car

There’s nothing more frustrating than getting a dent in your bumper, especially if it’s a teeny tiny fender bender in rush hour traffic, or even worse, if you come out from the grocery store to find a ding. Even the most careful driver will come across a bumper dent or two in their lifetime. While […]


Common Car Problems Experienced in the Summer

July 26th, 2019
keep your car cool in the texas summer heat

Summertime is the perfect time to go on road trips, visit family and friends, or just head to the beach or mountains. However, too many people fail to plan ahead and thus neglect their vehicles because they’re in a vacation mindset. There are some steps to make sure your ride remains road-worthy all summer long. […]


When Should You Consider Paintless Dent Repair?

June 26th, 2019
paintless dent repair

If you have recently gotten into a small accident or experienced a ding to your car from a stray shopping cart or baseball, you probably want to get the dent taken care of right away. You may have heard of something called paintless dent repair. Known as PDR, this is a way to restore a […]


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