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Published: 22 June 2018
The easiest ways to repair damage to your car's bumper photo
We’ve spoken previously about the different types of bumper damage you can experience. So now, we thought we’d help by taking you through a few ways you can quickly fix certain types of bumper damage. You have a few different options, and the effectiveness of each one depends on both your budget and the extent of the damage.
Published: 12 March 2018
Types of car body damage. part 2 photo
In the second part of this 2-part series, we want to share with you a further look at the different types of body damage your car might have experienced. We have published the first part last month. We will offer a brief look at what the remaining 5 types of car body damage are exactly and how you might go about fixing them. Let’s get started. 
Published: 16 February 2018
Types of car body damage. part 1 photo
In the first of a two-part series, we are looking at the different types of body damage your car might experience. To an untrained observer, different types of car body damage might look the same, but in fact, they can differ greatly. How they differ is important, as this will affect how you go about getting it properly fixed. So to start, here's a look at five of the most common types of damage. 
Published: 14 January 2018
5 reasons you should get a 3 stage car body polish photo
Car owners often forget about the importance of polishing, when ideally, they should be purchasing a three-stage polish for their vehicle twice a year. While car enthusiasts can talk for hours on end about the benefits of a quality wax, the three-stage process of car polishing is too frequently overshadowed. In reality, it's actually one of the most advantageous ways of maintaining a car's immaculate appearance. Below are just five of the many reasons you should get a three stage car body polish for your vehicle this year.
Published: 23 November 2017
Alloy wheel refurbishment - what's involved? photo
Whether you've got an Audi, a BMW or a Mercedes, it's important to maintain your car's appearance. Alloy wheel refurbishment can help you do just that.
Published: 17 October 2017
Top 4 reasons to have your vehicle regularly serviced photo

For most of us, buying a new or even a good quality used car represents a substantial financial investment. So it's natural for us to want our vehicles to be reliable and perform well for extended periods of time.

Published: 08 September 2017
5 tips to help keep your vehicle safe from careless parkers photo
According to research carried out by the RAC, over two-thirds of UK car owners have had their vehicles scratched or dented in public parking areas []. That's £1.4 billion in damages which occur every year in crowded car parks with tight, designated spaces.
Published: 10 August 2017
The importance of Regular Car Servicing photo
In order to keep your car in best condition and enjoy a trouble-free driving, it is advised to service it at least once a year or every 10000 miles whichever comes first.
The optimum time for a proper check-up, apart from the usage and distance travelled, should also be determined by looking at other factors such as weather and driving conditions or the age of your car and overall condition of the parts.
Published: 18 March 2017
Give Your Ride A Spring Makeover With Car Body Repair photo
Between long nights, cold temperatures, icy roads, and salt, winter is without a doubt a prime season for causing the kind of damage that you will want to get fixed at a car body repair shop. Now that the winter snow has finally melted, if your vehicle has been in an accident or has received some unsightly scratches, scrapes, or dents over the past few months, this spring is the perfect time to look into car body repair services.
Published: 09 January 2017
Post Car Body Repair Inspection photo
Due to an accident most probably your vehicle had to be towed away to the car pound or a car body repair shop. After repair your vehicle should look as close to pre-accident condition as possible.. But how can you tell that everything has been fixed correctly when the repairs are completed?