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One of the questions we hear quite often at our O’Rielly Collision Center locations in Tucson and Green Valley, Arizona is, “While my car accident damage is being repaired, can I get additional work done?”  It is understandable that this is a common question, since it’s certainly easier to kill two birds with one stone and have all of your auto repair needs taken care of at once, instead of having to bring your car in separately for a different repair.
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Car doors that don’t close properly are a major problem that we see often at our O’Rielly Collision Center shops in Green Valley and Tucson, Arizona.  Sometimes a door won’t close at all or it will require an unusual amount of force to close.  Other times, a door will make an odd shifting sound as it closes, as if it has to struggle to find its alignment.  Another noise customers hear sometimes is a scraping, squealing sound, as if the door is grinding against another element of the car.  Customers have also brought their cars to us when one or two of their doors won’t open again once closed.
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Outside of the automotive industry, not everyone is aware that there are some major differences between an auto mechanic and a collision repair shop.  On the surface, it would appear that mechanics in these fields might be trained in both types of auto repair, but auto body work and mechanical work require specialized training to master.  If you need to get your 60,000 mile service, for instance, you’ll need an automotive technician who is trained in a different set of skills than the technician you would need to replace your damaged car hood.  At O’Rielly Collision Center, we’ve met a number of customers who have had questions about the types of services that we are able to provide as a body shop.  If you are wondering what kinds of repairs we might be able to provide in comparison to your usual auto mechanic, here is our guide to the differences between our types of auto repair services.
#collisionrepair #autobody #tucson #greenvalley #mechanic  

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I’m sure you’ve heard the term “deductible” before, but maybe you’re a new Arizona driver and haven’t learned the ins and outs of car insurance, yet.  Or maybe you’re a seasoned driver who had your first auto accident and you are just looking to brush up on your insurance knowledge.  No matter what’s brought you here, just know that you’re not alone in feeling some confusion about car insurance.  Many drivers we’ve met at our O’Rielly Collision Centers in Green Valley and Tucson have questions about their auto insurance plans.  To help you understand better, here is our guide to car insurance deductibles.
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Lately, we’ve been talking a great deal about car insurance, as it is certainly a subject that many drivers have questions about—especially after experiencing a car accident.  With the many different types of auto insurance coverage there are (Comprehensive Coverage, Collision Coverage, Liability Insurance, Uninsured Motorist Protection, Personal Injury Protection, and more), it can be tricky to keep track of what each type entails.  When customers arrive at our body shops in Green Valley and Tucson, Arizona, they almost always elect to draw upon their auto insurance to cover the cost of repairs, so we are very familiar with the ins and outs of car insurance.  To help you become more informed about the types of coverage you may need in a car accident, here’s an answer to one of the most popular questions we hear at O’Rielly Collision Center: “What is the difference between Liability Insurance and Collision Coverage?”
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Occasionally, at O’Rielly Collision Center in Green Valley and Tucson, Arizona, we encounter a vehicle that doesn’t have any outward appearance of damage, but has significant structural and mechanical damage beneath the surface.  If you’ve been in an accident—from a minor parking lot scrape to a basic fender bender—you might not see very much damage, if any.  But as you were driving away, did you notice that your car was running a little differently?  Did something seem off?  If that’s the case, it’s a good idea to get your car checked out for underlying damage.  A trained technician will know where to look to uncover damage that isn’t initially obvious.
Here are some problems that can occur beneath the surface of a vehicle after a minor accident:
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Sometimes, auto insurance coverage can be challenging to understand, since there are many different types of coverage and not all motorists have every type of insurance.  You are probably familiar with Liability Insurance and Uninsured Motorist Protection, but it can be more difficult to understand the ins and outs of two other popular types of insurance – Collision and Comprehensive.  If you’ve been in an accident, then you’re likely already stressed as it is, so trying to understand what types of coverage you have right now can really add to your stress.  To give you a better idea of what Collision and Comprehensive Insurance entail, here is our side-by-side comparison:
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Spring is here and with it comes plenty of unpredictable weather, including strong winds, torrential downpours, hail, and lightning.  All of this wild weather can lead to major storm damage to your vehicle, whether it’s lots of dents caused by hailstones, hood damage from fallen tree branches, or even flooding in your car’s interior.  Thunderstorms can leave a path of destruction in their wake, giving you a big mess to deal with.  At O’Rielly Collision Center in Tucson and Green Valley, Arizona, we have met a number of customers who have sought us out to repair their storm-related car damage.  One of the top questions we hear about vehicle storm damage is, “Will my car insurance pay for storm damage repairs?”  It is understandable that this would be a concern, since hail damage and flooding aren’t often on a person’s mind when selecting a car insurance policy.  Yet, in most cases, people are covered for storm damage repairs.
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It’s that time of year when lots of major storms are rolling through the country, causing hail damage, water damage, lightning damage, and other types of storm damage.  Spring is a lovely change after the wild winter we just had, but this spring is shaping up to be just as unpredictable as the preceding season.  If you’ve been on the receiving end of some of spring’s less hospitable treatment and your car is looking a little worse for the wear, take heart—many types of storm damages can be repaired.  To help you understand the ins and outs of car storm damage repair in Green Valley and Tucson, Arizona, here is our process at O’Rielly Collision Center for restoring a vehicle to pre-damage condition:
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Many drivers take their tires for granted, only giving them a second glance when something is glaringly wrong.  Yet, when you think about it, your tires are the only parts of your car that actually make contact with the road.  Which is why those of us in the auto body business have a healthy respect for our wheels.  Plus, we are the ones who tend to see the damage that can happen to a car when a tire blowout happens.  It’s terrifying to be on the highway and have your tire blow out, making it very difficult for you to maintain control over your vehicle.  But then there’s the pain of having to have the damage fixed afterwards, which can be time-consuming and costly.
#tucson #greenvalleyAZ #collisionrepair #autobodyshop #tiredamage #blowntire  
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