Posted on 9/9/2019 10:33 AM By SuperUser Account
A fender bender can often conceal internal damage to your vehicle. To help you maintain your vehicle’s safety and integrity, the experts at Minnetonka Collision discuss common internal issues caused by minor traffic accidents.
Posted on 4/8/2019 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
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.
Posted on 6/4/2018 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
Having a dent removed from your vehicle can be like reconstructive surgery. You need an auto body shop that is experienced in auto body repair and dent removal. Pulling out dents from a flat surface is easy. However, there are many angles and slopes where only an experienced and skilled technician knows what to do. We have seen dents on all types of vehicles and repair them to make. Minnetonka Collision Center makes any type of dent disappear like it was never there.
Posted on 5/21/2018 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
No one likes to get in a car accident. When you run into someone or someone runs into you, chances are your car sustained damage to the bumper. While the damage might seem minor, there could be more going on that you can’t see. Minnetonka Collision Center can repair your car’s bumper ASAP to continue safe operation of your vehicle.
Posted on 4/23/2018 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
A minor fender bender has the potential to cause underlying issues for your vehicle. Even if you only see a small dent or a few scratches, there may be hidden internal damage. While it may not seem necessary to take your car for an inspection, neglecting to do so could prove dangerous. You may not be able to see it, but internal damage can often snowball into more serious issues. Regardless of the severity of an accident, it is vital that a qualified auto body repair shop examine your car. At Minnetonka Collision, we recognize the potential for damage and can alert you to any dangers. What can a fender bender conceal? Let’s take a closer look.
Posted on 1/8/2018 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
The term ‘fender-bender’ is a loose term referring to a minor accident that happens to the front or rear of your car. Hard metal fenders are located at each end of your vehicle to minimize impact when your vehicle collides with another car. Therefore, if the impact is minimal, we should only have to repair the fender and immediate area when you bring your car to our service center. The damage on the car should not keep the car from being operational in most situations. We do, however, suggest that you call us to tow your car to the shop to prevent any further damage from happening. Our towing service is available 24/7.
Posted on 6/19/2017 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
If you are involved in a car accident, the fender of your car may be damaged. While the terms fender and bumper are often used interchangeably, they are two different parts on your car. The fender connects to either your front or back bump, framing the outside of your wheels. This helps to protect the wheels of your car. If the fender is damaged during a car accident, you may be wondering if it can be repaired and how. Here are the different ways that fenders can be repaired following a car accident.
Posted on 11/7/2016 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
You hope it never happens to you. But odds are, even the safest drivers will be involved in some kind of fender bender at least once in their lifetime. While the aftermath is never fun, the pain is exasperated when the car you’re driving is brand new.
Posted on 8/22/2016 4:00 AM By Minnetonka Collision
Life happens. Your car is tough, but it isn’t invulnerable. Fortunately, your bumper protects much of your car’s vital mechanisms. Unfortunately, it’s incredibly prone to damage. If you’re driving around with a massive bumper hole, you should get it fixed.