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Cars That Last 200,000 Miles

Cars That Last 200,000 Miles

A major aspect of the car buying process is a car’s durability. Although we’re in the business of helping repair cars, it’s never a driver’s desire to have to replace parts. In fact, history has proven that some of the most financially fit individuals in the world reap immense benefits from driving the same car until it can’t go a single mile farther. To celebrate a sort of throwback to our roots, we unearthed an old article published on Cheap…

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Faster Auto Repairs for the Auto Collision Insurance Industry

Faster Auto Repairs for the Auto Collision Insurance Industry

Slow auto repairs have huge costs for insurance companies and collision repair facilities alike. For insurance adjusters looking to keep claim costs down, a slow repair means more rental car expenses, storage costs, administrative overhead, and unhappy policyholders.By understanding the main issues and causes of slow repairs and high cycle times, you can make improvements to save time and money. Delays From Parts Sourcing According to a recent industry survey of 300 professional body shops, the main obstacles to improving…

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OEM vs. Aftermarket vs. Used Parts for Collision Repair

OEM vs. Aftermarket vs. Used Parts for Collision Repair

Auto body shops, collision repair facilities, and insurance companies have a variety of choices for sourcing parts for collision repair. When choosing between OEM, aftermarket, and used auto parts, it’s important to know the costs and benefits of each type of part. Whether you’re looking for a Toyota Prius Bumper or a BMW 328i headlight, choosing the right part for your repair job can save you time and money. OEM Parts New OEM or Dealer Parts are great in terms…

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