Hi there and thanks for tuning into PMS! How is it already Fall? We hope you survived the back to school rush and are getting back into the swing of things as October begins. In the hustle and bustle of saying farewell to summer, I know that I often forget to check out my vehicle for regular maintenance.
This includes all of the small or major bumps and bruises from all that summer lovin’. Maybe it happened on the highway when that huge stone hit your roof. Or in the parking lot with that runaway cart. Or maybe your son or daughter didn’t factor in the wind when they opened the car door? The list goes on. You get it. With our adventures and joy throughout the summer comes a little wear and tear on our vehicles.
What should you do moving forward? Well, if the paint is broken on your vehicle, you are opening yourself up to rust. This is bad. Very bad. If it’s a plastic part, for example, a bumper, it’s not a huge rush but it might drive you crazy every time you look at it. The solution? Drop by Colorworks Express Autobody Centers and have one of our estimators give you a free, no-obligation estimate on the repairs. You can ensure that your vehicle is protected and in good shape as the fall becomes colder and we transition into those winter months. It’s a great time to get work like this done and off your list.
Thanks for reading and catch you again soon!
Hi there and thanks for tuning into PMS! Here’s the short version of what I’m thinking about this week: spring maintenance for your vehicle. Let me elaborate.
I was traveling in May (I know, lucky me) and noticed that most of the vehicles had a lot of damage on them while walking around. I couldn’t believe it. I’m talking paint peeling, dents all over, bumpers held on with rope, the works. I kept thinking, how are these vehicles not rusting out
? This would never fly back home. But that’s just it, our winters and early spring (even late fall) are brutal for harsh condensation, salt, and cold. Where I was traveling doesn’t have to deal with that.
Spring maintenance is more than just a wash and wax. It’s checking out your vehicle for those little (or large) scratches, dents, even rust bubbles after winter. Spring and summer are the best time to get your car repaired because (touch wood) it’s usually drier and you can actually enjoy your new finish before it gets covered in salt and slush.
Canada is a beautiful place to live and we get to see all four seasons. This means that our vehicles suffer more wear and tear than other areas of the world. Staying on top of your spring maintenance checks will save you more in the long run as you’ll avoid greater damage (and bills!) caused by rust.
So…go and and give your vehicle a once over before you set out on road trips, picnics, and fun times for the summer. Bring it into any Colorworks location for a free no hassle estimate.
Thanks for tuning in and catch you next week!
Hi there and thanks for tuning into PMS! (Pass Me the Star [Screwdriver]!) Have you ever taken the road less travelled on your trip? Maybe to visit friends, avoid the congested highway, find that perfect picnic place, or on the way to a cottage? While summertime cruising is great, so long as you go about it safely and with the right vehicle depending on your style of off-roading, what might happen is that your ride suffers a few more bumps and bruises than you anticipated.
So what do you do? Only stick the to the highway? For some, this is the way to go. And that’s a-ok. At the end of the day, you need to drive how and where is safest and most comfortable for you. If you enjoy, need to, or just plain take a rougher road on the daily, that’s ok too. If you do frequent the roads less traveled make sure you are taking care of your vehicle. This might mean seasonal visits to your autobody shop to prevent larger problems like rust and corroding from dirt and grime that piles up during your adventures on dusty roads. Seasonal maintenance can go a long way for your vehicle.
Colorworks Express Autobody Centers can fix up small scratches and knicks from your off-roading adventures in a day or two. Their pricing is reasonable, they have strict environmental policies, and they are local. Whether you are taking your vehicle in now during the summer for a spruce up or saving it for after Labour Day, check out Colorworks (www.colorworks.ca) and get a free estimate. Light repairs are important for your vehicle’s upkeep!
Thanks for tuning in this week and catch you next time! Enjoy the summertime cruising and stay safe on those roads!