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  1. 7 Emergency Items Everyone Should Have in Their Car

    7 Emergency Items Everyone Should Have in Their Car
    Gallup says, “More than eight in 10 U.S. adults report[] that they personally drive at least most days in a week and nearly two-thirds driv every day.” With so much time spent on the road, the chance of an emergency or accident occurring increases. That is why you want to stay prepared with these emergency items everyone should have in their car...
  2. Parking Safety Tips to Ensure Your Car Doesn't Get Damaged

    Parking Safety Tips to Ensure Your Car Doesn't Get Damaged
    There are many dangers on the road that pose a threat to your car, but one of the most common places were accidents happen are congested parking lots. Follow these parking safety tips that will ensure your car doesn’t get damaged. Give Yourself Enough Room When you drive through a parking lot, you can see many cars not parked between the yellow...
  3. 5 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Car for Your Next Family Trip

    5 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Car for Your Next Family Trip
    84 percent of respondents from an AAA Exchange survey stated that they have brought their pets on many car trips. If you’re an animal lover who enjoys traveling with their pet, there are a few measures you should take before you take off. Discover some ways to pet-proof your car for your next family trip. Clean Your Car It’s easy for cars to get...
  4. Reasons Why Your Car's Paint is Starting to Fade

    Reasons Why Your Car's Paint is Starting to Fade
    Natural elements can cause a lot of damage to our cars and your fading paint is unfortunately one of them. You should be aware of the potential threats to your car’s exterior because a readily available auto paint repair kit is typically only suitable for fixing scratches, not faded spots. If you have a ruined paint job, here are the reasons why your...
  5. How to Prevent Rims with Curb Rash or Scratches

    How to Prevent Rims with Curb Rash or Scratches
    Your wheels can be one of the most expensive things on your car to repair. However, many people tend to think of flat tires more often than their rims. Your car’s rims aren’t just a nice aesthetic—if you’re not careful, damaged rims can also lead to damaged wheels. Learn how to prevent rims with curb rash or scratches with our helpful tips...
  6. How to Repair Door Dings and Scratches Yourself

    How to Repair Door Dings and Scratches Yourself
      Minor bumps and scratches on your car can potentially ruin the vehicle’s cosmetics. According to Right Driver, “The usual width of a single lane is 3.65 or 12 feet”—with such narrow lanes, accidents that cause damage to your car are inevitable in everyday commutes. Parking lots are also common culprits for minor car damage. If you do find yourself in a...
  7. Touching Up Your Car's Paint Job: 5 Professional Tips

    Touching Up Your Car's Paint Job: 5 Professional Tips
    Learning to use a car touch up paint kit properly can be economical, and here are five professional tips from ScratchWizard to guide you.
  8. 10 Essential Tips to Help You with Classic Car Restoration

    10 Essential Tips to Help You with Classic Car Restoration
    Citation: © /Adobe Stock Classic car restoration can be an incredibly rewarding experience for car aficionados. How cool does it look when you see a car from another time on the roads today? You know that someone took the time and effort to resurrect that vintage vehicle. Although cars evolve over the years, some models maintain a timeless look that...
  9. Guidelines for Fixing Scratches on Your Vehicle

    Guidelines for Fixing Scratches on Your Vehicle
    With a car touch up paint kit, you can say goodbye to scratches in no time at a rate that will not break your budget.
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