Heavy-Equipment Repair: Three Tips for Making Sure the Failed Metal Parts Were Removed Properly and Efficiently

Posted on: 22 July 2016
When heavy equipment malfunctions or fails at the work site, you can perform the necessary repairs without severely disrupting overall operations by removing the failed metal parts on-site. If you don't have the experience or the tools necessary to remove the failed metal parts, call a company like Florida TRUCK & Trailer CO that specializes in heavy-equipment repair. Here are three ways you can determine whether they did a great job.
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Two Auto Body Repair Questions You May Need Answered

Posted on: 15 June 2016
When your car suffers body damage, the process of having it repaired can be stressful if you are unsure of what to expect. Not surprisingly, this is a topic that many people may not have much experience addressing, and this lack of experience can cause these individuals to need some of the more basic questions about routine auto body repairs answered. Learning these answers will help you to be better prepared for having these repairs done to your car.
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Repairing Collision Damage After Hitting A Deer

Posted on: 30 March 2016
Hitting a deer is a dangerous and, unfortunately, common hazard of driving in many areas. Nationwide, your odds of hitting a deer in the next year are about one in 169. If you are lucky enough to survive an accident of this type without serious injury, you will still need to repair the damage done to your car. These five steps will help walk you through the process of ensuring your car is roadworthy once again.
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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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