How To Inspect Your Car Airbag For Safety And Originality

Posted on: 2 February 2016
The safety of an airbag is crucial for the safety of the driver and passengers. Having one that operates when it is essential requires a bit of inspection to be sure it remains functional. Specific tests can be performed to ensure all of the circuits and sensors don't have any issues. If you notice a flashing light, it is an indication that a problem exists. Special codes indicate the problem area of the bag.
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Common Problems You Might Encounter With Hydrographic Paint And How To Fix Them

Posted on: 8 December 2015
Hydrographic paint is a great way to get your vehicle to look exactly the way that you want and can hold up to frequent wear and tear without cracking. Hydrographic paint tends to be highly flexible. However, using the paint can be slightly different than using regular paint for automobiles and other machinery. Here are some common problems that you might run into when you first starting using hydrographic paint and how to fix the problems.
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Practical Tips For Avoiding Scratches On Your New Paint Job

Posted on: 19 August 2015
So you just had your paint restored at an auto body repair shop. It looks good, real good, maybe even better than it was originally. The last thing you want to happen is for some random event to leave a scratch. Unfortunately, scratches are very hard to avoid depending on where you live and how you drive. Common Sources of Car Paint Scratches Scratches can occur randomly for any number of reasons.
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3 Things That Can Help You Avoid An Accident With Your RV

Posted on: 12 August 2015
Getting out on the road in your RV can be a great way for you to relax and enjoy the outdoors. However, just as with any vehicle, you have to take care to avoid collisions and other accidents. Here are some things that can help you avoid an accident with your RV. Be Aware of Height While you may be aware that your RV sits higher than another vehicle you might be used to driving, it can be hard to gauge how much room you have up top.
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