How To Fix Paint Chips

1 February 2018
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Does your car have a few nicks and dings that you want to take care of? If you just have a few small auto body blemishes that you want to repair, you should consider fixing them yourself. Of course, the work can be a little technical, but it is actually easy to make most repairs if you have the right tools and supplies. This article explains what you need to properly fix small paint chips on your car surface. Read More 

Restoring The Paint On Your Car To Factory Condition After A Collision

25 July 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

There are a lot of people out on the road every day, and at some point in your life, it is possible that you will be involved in a collision or accident with another car. The damage to your car will need to be repaired, but getting it back to that perfect factory paint job takes some effort, knowledge, and the proper tools. When you are ready to have your car repaired, there are a few things you might want to consider. Read More 

3 Signs That It’s Time To Get Rid Of The Junk Car In Your Yard

25 May 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

If you have an old car that isn't in good working condition, you might have parked it in your driveway or elsewhere on your property with plans of dealing with it later. If you have found that time has gone by and that you have not done anything with it, however, it might be time to get rid of it, such as by working with a company like Edison Automotive that pays cash for junk cars. Read More 

Spotting Signs Of Driveshaft Problems

6 March 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

For car owners with minimal mechanical knowledge, understanding the function and construction of the driveshaft can be confusing. That makes it difficult to identify when it's malfunctioning. Driveshafts must be balanced perfectly with precise weight distribution because they rotate at high speeds. In addition, they require a lot of torque to move the wheels. That torque and speed puts a lot of strain on it, making it important that you can recognize signs of wear. Read More