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Body Shop in Macomb County Gives 6 Tips on Prepping Your Vehicle for Winter

By |2020-11-27T15:33:19-04:00November 25th, 2020|Winter Driving|

Body Shop in Macomb County Gives 6 Tips on Prepping Your Vehicle for Winter Winter in Michigan means ice, snow, and frigid temperatures. Driving in these conditions requires extra preparation in order to ensure that you safely – and comfortably – reach your destination. In our last article we covered how to prepare your vehicle for winter storage.  But what about the vehicle you will [...]

How to Handle Your Vehicle in Snowy Conditions – Warren Collision Center Explains

By |2019-11-22T16:01:30-04:00November 22nd, 2019|Winter Driving|

How to Handle Your Vehicle in Snowy Conditions - Warren Collision Center Explains It's that time of year again for Michiganders - winter weather and slick driving conditions. We've already had our first big snow which caused inconvenience, delays and even some collisions for drivers. We've covered some winter driving tips in a previous article which you can read here: Collision Shop in Metro Detroit [...]

How to Protect Your Vehicle from Road Salt Damage

By |2019-02-23T14:01:11-04:00February 22nd, 2019|Winter Driving|

How to Protect Your Vehicle from Road Salt Damage Road salt can save lives by removing snow and making our driving conditions safer, but the chemicals in the road salt can take a toll on your vehicle, especially if you are driving an older car. Why Does Road Salt Cause Your Vehicle to Rust Faster? Rust is the result of a chemical reaction, combining iron [...]

How to Identify & Drive in Freezing Rain…Winter’s Most Dangerous Precipitation

By |2019-01-31T14:44:33-04:00January 29th, 2019|Winter Driving|

How to Identify & Drive in Freezing Rain ...Winter's Most Dangerous Precipitation Winter is definitely upon us and so is winter driving. When the temperature drops, Michiganders can experience a variety of precipitation including snow, sleet and freezing rain - freezing rain being the most dangerous and life threatening form of precipitation for drivers. What are the Differences Between Snow, Sleet and Freezing Rain? When [...]

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