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Paradise By Your Dashboard Lights

Paradise By Your Dashboard Lights

We already miss Meatloaf. But what you shouldn’t miss is what all those little lights and symbols on your dashboard mean. Sure, most of us know our Seatbelt light or our Low Fuel light. But maybe we don’t know what our Traction Control light looks like, or even what...

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Making A Winter Car Emergency Kit

Making A Winter Car Emergency Kit

Having an emergency kit for your car is a good idea in all seasons. For cold-weather drivers, though, having a winter car emergency kit is especially important. So making sure you’ve got the right items in your kit is a must. We’re here to help. First off a box or...

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Car Dings and How to Avoid Them

Car Dings and How to Avoid Them

Of all of the pet peeves that drivers deal with, one of the biggest is door dings. The little dents and scratches that occur (usually in parking lots) when you’re not around. And while they seem like small inconveniences, they can lead to expensive repairs down the...

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Bird Poop and Your Car

Bird Poop and Your Car

We’re talking about bird poop! While it may seem funny at first, bird droppings on your paint and windshield are no joke. So we’re here to let you know why it’s bad, the best ways to get rid of it, and what to do if you have damage. GROSS AND HARMFUL   Without getting...

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What Does It Mean to be Gold Class Certified

What Does It Mean to be Gold Class Certified

Eustis Body Shop is proud to be a Gold Class Certified body shop. Of the nearly 60,000 auto body shops in the United States, just over 4000 of them are Gold Class Certified. That’s less than 2 out of every 10 body shops. But what exactly does “Gold Class Certified”...

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What Are OEM Parts?

What Are OEM Parts?

You’ve heard the phrase OEM Parts, but maybe you aren’t entirely sure what it means. OEM stands for “Original Equipment Manufacturer”. They are parts that come from the manufacturer which originally built your car. In most cases, you may also find the same parts but...

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Rust Repair: What to Know

Rust Repair: What to Know

Rust. You’ve seen it on lots of older cars and even some newer ones. It feels like an inevitable part of a car aging. You know you don’t want it, but can you avoid it? And if you see rust on your car, can it be repaired? Let us help. We’ve got some info about rust,...

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The Collision Repair Process: Step-by-Step

The Collision Repair Process: Step-by-Step

Over the years, vehicle manufacturing has become more advanced and complex, and so have repairs. There are several steps involved in collision repair, and each of these steps may vary based on the type of damage, but we've put together some general steps that we take...

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What to Do: Hail Damage Repair

What to Do: Hail Damage Repair

Try as you might, sometimes you can’t protect your car from the elements, and a bad hailstorm can leave your car looking like a golf ball. A car with hail damage is most likely driveable, but the dents left in the car’s body can decrease the car’s value. We’ve...

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