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Ellis County Auto Repair Collision Repair Specialist
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"I've been in an accident. Now what should I do?" When you take your damaged vehicle to a collision repair shop, you should ask several questions — and be satisfied with the answers — before having your car repaired. Find out what to do before the repair at http://www.goldclass.com/AfterAnAccident #SafetyMatters
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Ground up restoration on a 1968 Bronco. 
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Good afternoon:

Could you please visit our new web site www.elliscountyautobody.com and check it out. I am open to comments both positive and negative via my email. 

While you are there can you please "rate" our company. Just click on "rate us" on the opening page. Please leave us a positive rating. Even if you have never done business with us leave a personal recommendation for myself or Rhonda. 

Ellis County Auto Repair is also on Facebook, Google plus, and Twitter. 

Thank you in advance for your thoughts, recommendations and taking the time to rate our company. 

Craig Anderson
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We have been very fortunate to partner with Car-O-Liner frame & unibody repair equipment as well as their newest most advanced measuring system. Car‑O‑Liner is the leading global provider of high-quality, technologically-advanced collision repair equipment to the automotive aftermarket. For more than forty years, they have supplied our industry with innovative solutions, technical development, training and customer support.
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I have free Super Chevy tickets available for Saturday & Sunday at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas this weekend. Come by Ellis County Auto and snag them while they are still around.
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Be careful today folks: Drive safe. 
Much of North Texas will be under a flash flood watch issued by the National Weather Service as meteorologists expect heavy rain and the possibility of severe weather to arrive with Monday's storms.
The NWS has issued the flash flood watch for the following counties in north and central Texas: Anderson, Bell, Collin, Dallas, Delta, Ellis, Falls, Fannin, Freestone, Henderson, Hill, Hopkins, Hunt, Kaufman, Lamar, Leon, Limestone, McClennan, Milam, Navarro, Rains, Rockwall, Robertson, and Van Zandt.
These counties are under the watch from 4 p.m. Monday through 5 a.m. Tuesday, according to information from the weather service.
Meteorologists said the expected widespread showers and thunderstorms may bring 2 to 3 inches of rain to the area within the watches, with some areas seeing even higher totals.
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Ellis County Auto Repair is looking for an experienced body tech. 
Experienced Collision/Body Technician needed. Must be experienced in all aspects of auto body repair. Frame & Uni-body experience a must. I-Car training a plus. Excellent work environment and competitive pay. Relocation assistance available for the right technician. Call 972-937-4336 and ask for Tammy.
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Experienced Collision/Body Technician needed. Must be experienced in all aspects of auto body repair. Frame & Uni-body experience a must. I-Car training a plus. Excellent work environment and competitive pay. Relocation assistance available for the right technician. Call 972-937-4336 and ask for Tammy.
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Recently we had hail storms all over the DFW area. If your vehicle has been damaged, please consult a professional collision facility for your repairs. Choose someone you or your family trust and that has an established business in your area, not a service that chases the storms. Remember, it is your choice when it comes to repairing your vehicle, not the insurance company. Call us today for further information or claims help. 
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April is National Car Care Month and the Ellis County Auto Repair reminds motorists to spring into action and follow 10 basic maintenance procedures to make sure their vehicles are running at peak performance for the summer driving season.

Check all fluids, including engine oil, power steering, brake and transmission as well as windshield washer solvent and antifreeze/coolant.
Check the hoses and belts to make sure they are not cracked, brittle, frayed, loose or showing signs of excessive wear.
Check the battery and replace if necessary. Make sure the connection is clean, tight and corrosion-free.
Check the brake system annually and have the brake linings, rotors and drums inspected at each oil change.
Inspect the exhaust system for leaks, damage and broken supports or hangers if there is an unusual noise. Exhaust leaks can be dangerous and must be corrected without delay.
Schedule a tune-up to help the engine deliver the best balance of power and fuel economy and produce the lowest level of emissions.
Check the heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system, as proper heating and cooling performance is critical for interior comfort and for safety reasons such as defrosting.
Inspect the steering and suspension system annually including shock absorbers, struts and chassis parts such as ball joints, tie rod ends and other related components.
Check the tires, including tire pressure and tread. Uneven wear indicates a need for wheel alignment. Tires should also be checked for bulges and bald spots.
Check the wipers and lighting so that you can see and be seen. Check that all interior and exterior lighting is working properly and replace worn wiper blades so you can see clearly when driving during precipitation.
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