Auto Body Repair
You’re three times more likely to experience a car accident after dark. The auto body experts at Minnetonka Collision explain what to do if you’re the victim of a late-night collision.
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In Minnesota, we like to joke that there are only two seasons: winter, and road construction. And since it’s not quite winter, that means we’re deep in the middle of road construction season. While long lines of backed-up traffic can make your daily commute a tedious task, that’s not the only annoyance road construction season brings. Damage to your vehicle’s exterior can make a tedious drive even more frustrating. If you must drive through a construction zone, it’s important to modify your driving habits to protect your ride. Here with a few tips on how to avoid auto body damage in construction zones are the auto body experts at Minnetonka Collision.
Your vehicle should be a thing of pride, and this is shown by a perfect exterior surface. This is why it's so annoying when something causes that surface to be dented. Every time you look at your car, your eyes will travel to that dent and it'll irk you to no end. Even worse, you'll automatically imagine that everyone else is only looking at the dent, too—and depending on where the flaw is, that might actually be the case.
When a storm damages your vehicle, the resulting dents and breakage follow a pattern that is much different from that of a regular car accident. Often, the damage is concentrated on the upward-facing parts of the car, such as the roof, hood, and trunk lid. You may also have parts sheared right off the vehicle. The mirrors are some of the most susceptible, but your bumpers and header panels are also vulnerable.
We aren't perfect, and sometimes fender bender accidents happen. We can bump into another car or object and cause slight damage to our vehicles. Fender benders should be repaired quickly to prevent further damage to our cars. Not only are fender bender accidents unsightly, but they can leave your car susceptible to further damage if left unfixed. Luckily, our trained auto body professionals have a wide range of services and techniques to help repair damage sustained from a fender bender.
Any auto accident is a scary and stressful time. No matter which way you look at it, auto accidents can eat up your valuable time. Car insurance claims can become difficult and muddied, especially if another driver is at fault. Our team at Minnetonka Collision is here to help. Below are some valuable tips and suggestions to help handle insurance claims.
As the weather continues to grow more unpredictable, heavy storms continue to be a common occurrence. Storms can bring damaging winds, hail, and torrential downpours. While you should always try to have your vehicle inside during a storm, we understand this is not always possible. Below, let's examine some possible ways your car can become damaged during a storm.
Wind, rain, and wild weather threaten your vehicle's finish every day. In extreme cases, violent weather can even break windows and mirrors and cause ugly dents on your exterior. Use these tips to reduce the effects of unstable weather patterns on your vehicle's exterior.
When it comes to having your specialty vehicle repaired, many have the assumption that they can correct the issue on their own. Between saving money and passing time during a slow weekend, the idea doesn't sound too shabby. However, doing this can cost on an insane amount of money down the road. So when it comes to having professional handle specialty vehicle repair, hiring a professional might be necessary. Here's a few of the many reasons as to why one should seek a professional for specialty vehicle repair.
If a car rear ends you, you may find yourself with a dented bumper. When your bumper is dented, a collision repair shop can repair the dent, helping to bring your car back to its pre-accident collision. A collision repair shop may use three different techniques to fix a dented bumper, depending on the size of the dent and the condition of your bumper. Here are the three techniques that are used to fix a dented bumper.