Auto Rust Repair – How To Deal With This Problem
By John Burgess I
If you are a vintage car enthusiast who has made the decision to commit to the purchase of an old car for a do-it-yourself restoration project, the importance of a pre-inspection when evaluating the car or cars your considering cannot be stressed enough. Of the many things you’ll be looking at during your inspection is the need to detect existing rust problems, and this should be at the top of your list. On more than one occasion, a novice has happily bought his first car, and later discovered that the car of his dreams was actually riddled with rust. Minor rust issues can of course be dealt with, but if the problem of rust is of a serious nature, the entire project can easily be jeopardized and could certainly create a potential financial disaster. READ MORE
Back To School Giveaway Deadline is Saturday
The last day to enter the Back To School Giveaway is this Saturday, September 24, 2011. All collision repair instructors and students still have a little time to enter. Motor Guard, CP Tools, Sears, and 3M are providing prizes to the 1st place, 2nd place, and to the school the winner attends. READ MORE
DIY Scratch/Touch-Up Repair
- Creating A Child Friendly Waiting Area
- Dave Dunn Discusses Operation A Profitable Body Shop
- Employees That Come In Late
- Building A Strong Social Media Presence While Increasing Search Engine Ratings
- Women and Social Media Marketing Trends Up In 2011
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FREE LOSS PREVENTION WEBINAR
In this webcast, “Loss Prevention: Protecting Your Shop,” viewers will learn what they need to have in their loss prevention plans to make sure all of their assets are covered, as well as how they can get employees on board to protect their shop.
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