Debunking Common Collision Repair Myths

After a car accident, you may find yourself feeling overwhelmed by the many decisions you have to make, including where to take your vehicle for repairs and auto body work. Unfortunately, there are several misconceptions that can cloud your judgment. Here is a guide to the most common myths to help you make a more informed choice when it comes to collision repair services. Continue reading…


7 Common Car Accident Causes and How to Prevent Them

Auto collisions are unfortunately a common occurrence – the Minnesota Department of Public Safety reported nearly 80,000 traffic accidents in 2016.1 What’s more, 93 percent of crashes can be attributed to human error, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).2 Here are the top causes for auto collisions and how to prevent them so we can all enjoy safer roadways. Continue reading…


9 Steps to Take After a Fender Bender

No one looks forward to being in a minor car accident, but it will, unfortunately, happen to most of us at some point in our lives. According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, about 205 auto accidents occurred daily in the state in 2015.

Though minor accidents are given the harmless-sounding moniker “fender benders,” they can be jarring for those involved and cause expensive vehicle damage. Even a minor collision has the potential to cause serious injury and be very stressful for those involved. Continue reading…


How to Find a Trustworthy Auto Body Shop

Being in a car crash is frightening and stressful, especially if there is significant damage to your vehicle. To weed out subpar auto body shops, you’ll need to know the right questions to ask and a general idea for the going rate for repairs. Here are a few tips to help you find an auto body shop you can trust. Continue reading…


Auto Body Shop vs. Auto Repair Shop: What’s the Difference?

Accidents happen, and if you and your car are involved in one, you’ll want to get your life back on track right away. Taking your car in for repairs is the first step, but where should you go to get it fixed? The correct decision depends on the damage. Continue reading…