The Advantages of a Trusted Auto Repair Shop

A Quick Look At The Advantages Of Adding A Custom Truck Body To Your Business Pick Up Truck

Whether you have a small trade business or spend your time hauling limbs, brush, or recyclables for extra cash, it is highly likely that you spend your days driving a pickup truck. Pickup trucks work well for a lot of small business related tasks, but have you ever considered the fact that they could be made even better? The fact is, adding a custom-made truck body to your pickup could completely change how you use your pickup truck for business. Read More 

Three Ways A Mechanic Can Help You When You Plan To Sell Your Car

If you have a vehicle that you want to sell privately in the near future, you need to be sure that you take the time to know what condition the car is in so that you can ask a fair price for it when you go to sell it. In order to ensure that you know what the true condition of the car is, you need to take it to a mechanic. Read More 

Is It Absolutely Necessary To Repair Your Car After You Make An Insurance Claim?

Many people make claims for automobile accident damage, then never actually have the car repaired. If you're considering not repairing your car, and keeping the money, there's a few things you will have to consider. Have You Reported the Accident Yet? Some people will skip filing a claim altogether if they can comfortably afford a small repair out of pocket. It won't affect your insurance, and you won't have to go through the claim process. Read More 

Troubleshooting Strategies For Bad Automotive Fuses

It can be easy to overlook the importance of the electrical system in a European automobile--that is until some part of it stops working the way it should. Such a failure is oftentimes the cause of a bad fuse. The good news here is that such problems can often be solved quite easily--even by relative amateurs. If you would like to learn more about one common aspect of European car maintenance, read on. Read More 

How To Repair Minor Damage To Your Car

Accidents happen all the time, but when a minor ding happens to your brand new (or even older model) car, it can be upsetting. A scratch or dent from another car door or from a random grocery cart can all be repaired at an auto repair shop, such as Hillis 66 Service, but you may want to save a few bucks and repair this minor damage yourself at home instead. See below for instructions. Read More