For most people, a totaled car means one that's wrecked beyond repair. While this is sometimes the case, a totaled car could still be operational but not worth the cost for the insurance company to repair it. You may have the option to repair it yourself, but should question whether it's worth it.
Turo rental cars offer an excellent opportunity to make money from your car. But owners of Turo rental cars know that renters aren’t going to treat your vehicle as kindly as you might – and that means you may have some repairs to take care of.
As car buyers face limited inventory, practically zero negotiation, and high car prices, you may wonder if it’s worth it to buy a new car this year. If you’re in need of a vehicle, you may have no choice. But if you have a car that just needs a little work, it might make sense to invest in what you’ve got.
Body shops are delivering bad news more than ever. While auto repairs are never something to look forward to, the frustration of repairing a vehicle is compounded if the shop doesn’t have the parts you need to repair your car – and can’t get them installed today, tomorrow, or maybe even next week.
CAPA certified car parts are subject to a comprehensive range of tests to ensure every aspect of the aftermarket part, including materials, fitment, appearance, and durability, are directly compared to and can equal, if not surpass, the OEM part.
Parked too close to that car next to you? You might come back to a door ding. While door dings are annoying, it’s practically inevitable that you’ll pick one up at some point. What can you do to prevent door dings, and how can you fix door dings when they happen? Read on to find out about door ding repair and more.
Each winter, road salt is used to de-ice roads so you can drive safely in cold weather conditions. Road salt can corrode your painted car parts, undercarriage, even your wheels. Though salt damage to cars is a concern, it’s worth it: using road salt can reduce collisions by up to 93% according to theAmerican Highway Users Alliance.