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3 Things to Know About Auto Body Repairs for Your EV

Is your electric vehicle in need of a few body repairs? Learn what every EV owner should know before choosing an auto body repair shop.

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What Is Paintless Dent Repair? Will It Work on My Vehicle?

Does your vehicle have minor dents and dings? Have you been thinking about repairs, but find cost a deterrent? Fortunately for you, paintless dent repair may be just what you’re looking for. At Minnetonka Collision, we provide PDR services for vehicles that have suffered minor auto body damage. It’s quick, convenient, and can restore your vehicle’s exterior to its former, flawless glory. How do you know if PDR is the right choice for you? We’ve put together a quick guide below.

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3 Ways Your Parking Habits Endanger Your Vehicle

Do you practice defensive driving? What about defensive parking? Just as you avoid potentially hazardous situations on the road, you should also avoid them when parking. If you’re not in the habit of parking proactively to avoid auto body damage, there’s no better time to change your ways than now. Our auto body repair specialists as Minnetonka Collision explain how your current parking habits may be putting your vehicle in danger.

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Minnetonka Collision’s Fender Bender Solutions

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.

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Fender Bender? Here’s What You Need to Know

If you’ve been driving for any length of time, chances are you’ve heard the term fender bender thrown around. But what exactly is a fender bender? In essence, it’s exactly what it sounds like: minor damage to a vehicle’s fender. However, lots of folks use the term fender bender to refer to minor collisions of any type.

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What Are the Advantages of Paintless Dent Repair?

So, you’re dealing with dents in the body of your vehicle. Are you apprehensive about getting them fixed because you’re worried about expensive, time-consuming repairs? At Minnetonka Collision, we’ve got some good news: Paintless dent repair may be an option for you, depending on the extent of the body damage.

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Auto Body Repair for Specialty Vehicles: Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions

Finding a qualified shop to perform your auto body repairs can be challenging if your high-end automobile or specialty vehicle was recently involved in an accident.

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Got in a Fender Bender? Here’s What You Need to Know

It’s unfortunate, but with over six million accidents occurring each year on U.S. roadways, odds are you’ll be involved in at least one minor vehicle collision sometime in your life. And when a collision happens, it’s important to remain level-headed and not lose your cool. If you ever become a victim of a fender bender, here’s what you need to know to handle the situation as gracefully as possible.

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Avoid Auto Body Repairs With These 6 Safe Winter Driving Tips

Winter is here in full force in the Twin Cities, and whether this is your first winter here or your fiftieth, now is the time to really start implementing safe driving practices. Operating your vehicle as safely as possible on the road will dramatically reduce your risk of being involved in a snow- or ice-related collision. And, of course, safe winter driving practices will also minimize your chance of needing any auto body repairs throughout the snowy season.

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How to Protect Your Vehicle From Rust This Winter

If you’ve lived in Minnesota for a while, you’ve probably heard road salt is bad for your vehicle. But do you know why? Because sodium chloride speeds up the rust-development process by reacting with the iron that forms your vehicle, the moisture sitting on that iron, and the oxygen in the surrounding atmosphere.

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