Repair Holes In Your Jeep's Aluminum Body And Apply Primer, Paint, And Compound

Posted on: 20 July 2017

If you own an older model jeep that you wish to sell but before doing so would like to fix some small holes in the vehicle's body and add primer and paint to the patched sections, the following steps will assist with completing the repair. After finishing, you may be able to be able to find a potential buyer for your vehicle who is willing to spend a fair amount of money for it.
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3-Step Guide To Minimizing The Appearance Of Small Scratches In Your Car Door's Paint

Posted on: 21 May 2017

If you notice your car's door has several small scratches, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to cover them so they do not mar your vehicle's beauty. If so, use the three-step guide to minimize the appearance of the scratches in your car's paint using household items you can find in department stores. Step 1:  Clean The Area With Toothpaste This first step involves cleaning the scratch and the area around it using toothpaste.
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Five Things You Need To Do To Prepare Your Vehicle To Be Towed

Posted on: 5 March 2017

If you need to have your vehicle towed, you may not know what you should be expecting and doing to prepare. A likely scenario if you're waiting for a tow is that your vehicle has broken down on the road somewhere. This is an incredibly inconvenient thing to deal with, but you could make sure that your vehicle gets safely towed to a garage where it can be repaired by doing the following five things:
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3 Things To Know About Interest Rates When Applying For An Auto Loan

Posted on: 2 August 2016

Getting a car loan is often the only way to buy a nicer car, and you can get a car loan by applying through a company that offers auto financing. When you apply for a loan, the lender will determine if you qualify for a loan and the amount of money you can borrow. In addition, the lender will also determine what the interest rate will be on the loan. Interest rates vary based on the economy, but there are three other factors that can affect the interest rate you get on your new car loan.
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