Tips for Stocking Repair Tools for Your New RV

Buying your first RV can be an exciting investment, but protecting that investment requires certain preparation. Before you hit the road for the first time in your RV, make sure you have the necessary tools and equipment to keep up with any repairs or other issues that may need to be dealt with. Basic Tool Set Your basic tool box should contain a full set of both standard and metric sockets, because these work well for dealing with bolts and machine nuts on the RV. [Read More]

Easily Fix Or Replace The Sagging Headliner In Your Older Vehicle

If the headliner in your old car has started to sag from age, then you will be happy to know that you can easily fix it or replace it yourself.  Follow these steps to quickly repair a sagging headliner in your vehicle: Step 1: Gather the Necessary Supplies to Fix the Headliner If your car's headliner is only sagging in a small area, then you can secure it in place using some simple pins or thumbtacks. [Read More]

Tips For Finding An Auto Repair Shop

Whether you've been involved in a fender bender that left your bumper pretty dinged up, or you had a run-in with a shopping cart and the side of your car is covered with scratches, you suddenly find yourself in need of an auto repair shop (such as Central Body Co Inc). After looking around, you have received different estimates from different shops, and those estimates can vary greatly. You might be tempted to pick the one that offers the cheaper estimate, but then you wonder if there's a reason why the price is so much lower. [Read More]

Repairing A Small Dent In Your Vehicle's Body

If you recently had the misfortune of having a tree branch hit your vehicle or if someone threw a baseball and missed their target, hitting your vehicle instead, you may have received a dent in the body that will needs repairing. Small dents caused by impact may be able to be repaired on your own with the help of a few tools. Here are some instructions for you to use when dealing with small dented areas in your vehicle's body. [Read More]