Winter in St. Louis can mean serious damage on your car’s finish. Our predictably unpredictable weather patterns leave MODOT with the challenging task of planning to keep our roadways safe, which unfortunately includes lots of salt. The way in which salt damages your car is particularly nefarious. It corrodes metal surfaces leaving them open to oxidation, and over time that oxidation will lead to rust. That’s one kind of auto body damage you definitely want to avoid if possible. So how do we fix it? Yes, wash your car. While it might seem like a waste with another potentially snowy or icy day just around the corner, a little preventative maintenance can make all the difference. That’s doesn’t mean run right out into the super low temperatures. Look for a day where the…
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Matt from HowToMotorcycleRepair shares his tips for doing a quick spring checkup on your motorcycle. You are going to want to perform thi...
The Different Levels of Body Damage
No matter what level of damage your vehicle may have sustained, you have options. Contact Brown Collision Center today to determine your best next step!
License Plate Frames and What to Do With Them
When you have a brand new car or used car you're probably dealing with unsightly license plate frames advertising the business you purchased the car from.
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