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Getting Your Teenager Behind The Wheel and Safe on the Road
April 30th, 2019 by Fix Auto USA
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What does it mean to be recognized by I-CAR?
April 22nd, 2019 by Fix Auto USA
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Auto body repair isn’t just about making your car look good again after an accident or collision. It’s also about making sure your vehicle is structurally sound and safe to operate once you’re back on the road. For four decades, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) has dedicated itself to teaching and supporting […]
Should I Replace a Car Seat After an Accident?
April 4th, 2019 by Fix Auto USA
Car seats do an excellent job of protecting babies and young children during auto accidents. In fact, when properly used, car safety seats can reduce the chance of death in infants under one-year-old by 70%, and toddlers between one and four years of age by 54%. Yet, here’s a fact most people don’t know: a […]
Spring Break Safe Driving Tips
April 3rd, 2019 by Fix Auto USA
Spring break road trips are a great American tradition. Every year when the weather starts to warm up and universities across the land take a break, college students pile into their cars and head south for a week of fun, relaxation, and often ribald behavior. Many families take spring break road trips as well, but […]
Is My Car at Risk for “Polymer Degradation”?
April 1st, 2019 by Fix Auto USA
Let’s get right to the point: the answer is “yes.” In fact, any polymer-based product or material you own will suffer from polymer degradation, which is a change in the properties of the material or product. It’s caused by constant exposure to heat, light, and certain chemicals, including alkalis and acids, and typically results in […]