Should You Buy a Car Damaged by a Hailstorm?

Posted on Friday, June 16th, 2017

In certain areas of the country, hailstorms are frequent and intense. When hailstorms hit, they can do a lot of damage to many things, including cars. Should you buy a car damaged by a hailstorm? Most likely the answer is yes, but you have to consider certain things first, before making that final payment and… Read more »

Why You Should Act Quickly to Repair Car Dents

Posted on Monday, June 5th, 2017

In high school were you the person who got home from school and immediately did your homework before dinnertime? Or were you the procrastinator who put homework off “until the last minute?” If you’re like most of the population, you tend to get things done “eventually,” rather than “first thing.” When it comes to dents… Read more »

All in a Day’s Dents

Posted on Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

If you own a car, you know that anything from a stray baseball to a severe hailstorm can lead to serious dents in your car, but what are the odds of these dents happening frequently? Well, according to TWC News, in Austin, Texas, the three worst hailstorms in recorded history have all happened in the… Read more »

Environmental Awareness Is Key to Preventing Dents

Posted on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

Vehicles inevitably get dented throughout their lifespan, but there are ways to prevent this damage. Staying aware of your environment and surroundings is often the most important thing you can do to prevent vehicle dents. Here are a few things to keep in mind whenever you’re behind the wheel.   Weather Bad weather elements such… Read more »

A Swing and a Miss: Striking Out Dents in from Stray Baseballs

Posted on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

As spring makes its arrival, the nicer weather is encouraging people to spend more time outdoors. Spring also marks the start of outdoor sport sports, including America’s pastime – baseball. Of course, not everyone is a natural baseball pro, and there’s always a chance that a game of catch or practicing your striking in the… Read more »

Graupel or Hail? Defining the Differences in Frozen Precipitation

Posted on Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Snow, sleet, freezing rain and hail are usually the options that most people think of when considering frozen precipitation. After all, unless you are a meteorologist or weather expert, these are the types of icy precipitation that you probably hear about the most. There are, however, several other kinds of frozen precipitation, like graupel. So… Read more »

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