If there's a deep scratch on your car's paint that reaches the underlying metal, you need to get that area repainted as soon as possible, as the underlying metal is vulnerable and will rust. Rust is like cancer to cars. It can easily spread amongst the metal and end up being rather costly to repair. In fact, rust repair costs an average of between $500 to $1,000. This is significantly more than how much it would have cost you to get the deep scratch repaired.
A vehicle wrap is a good way to give your vehicle a new look or to advertise your business. If you take care of the wrap, it can last several years. However, it is possible to scratch or lift your vehicle wrap away from the vehicle when you are washing it. During extremely hot weather, the vehicle wrap is more susceptible to warping and wrinkling because the heat can affect the vinyl and adhesives used.
If your car will not start when you turn the ignition on, you may hear a clicking noise. If so, this sound could give you clues on what the problem is. Use the three-step guide below to determine the cause of your car's inability to start, as well as possible, simple solutions.
Step 1: Check Your Battery
The first thing you should do is check the charge on your battery, especially if you hear a grinding noise either concurrent with or after the clicking noise begins.
If you were recently involved in a minor collision with your RV, it may have small dents in the body. If so, you may have decided to try to fix the damage yourself. The three steps below will guide you through filling in the dent and covering it so it will be less noticeable, using supplies found in any hardware store, automotive store, or home improvement center.
Step 1: Fill The Underside With Spray Foam Insulation