When you take your car to be repaired at a body shop in Houston, they typically have three options for where they are going to get the parts. They can be from a junkyard, directly from the dealer (OEM), or from an aftermarket parts supplier.
When you see “ADAS Calibration” on your estimate from an auto body shop in Houston, what does it mean? Is this important for the safety of your car? Here at Total Auto Services, we want to educate our customers about the different repair procedures for your car.
Here in Houston, we have personally seen the rapid changes in car repair over the past few years. What has happened in 10 years of the automobile repair industry is more than decades combined would bring in years past. We're here to clear up some of that confusion on what...
When you purchase your new Mazda, the last thing you'd expect would happen is that the paint would chip with the first couple of months of owning the car. Let alone, isn't peeling paint more so an issue of yesteryear and not for the advanced vehicles on today's roads?