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At Sudden Impact Auto we believe that providing our customers with in-depth insight into the auto body repair world is our duty. we want to inform our customers so they can make the best decisions when it comes to all things auto repair. Here you will find information ranging from the tips when choosing between an independent or insurance auto body shop, to the laws you need to be aware of when it comes to window tinting. Have you got a topic that you would like to learn more about? You can email us on [email protected]. You can also call us on 702-457-3002. It is our privilege to provide the right information so our valued customers can make an informed decision.

1509, 2020
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5 Things You Might Not Know About Vehicle Wraps

September 15th, 2020|Categories: Custom Graphics & Vehicle Wraps|

If you’re interested in upgrading the appearance of your commercial vehicle, you might want to install a vehicle wrap. One of the most popular questions we get from vehicle owners when they’re trying to decide whether they want a vehicle wrap is: Do vehicle wraps ruin car paint? The short answer is no. When you apply a vehicle wrap to [...]

1506, 2020
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How To Maintain Your Car During COVID-19

June 15th, 2020|Categories: Light Mechanical & General Maintenance|

As shelter-in-place orders are still on in many states, including Nevada, you are encouraged to work from home. You may find that your vehicle has been driven less than usual. In case you didn’t know, leaving your car parked for long periods of time can have real repercussions that can impact the reliability and safety of your car. Here are [...]

106, 2020
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COVID-19: How To Keep It Away From Your Car’s Interior

June 1st, 2020|Categories: Light Mechanical & General Maintenance|

Cars are essential for many people’s livelihoods, and it could even be their business, so for a large portion of the population, staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic is not a viable option. Currently, the government’s advice is to stay home if you think you’re at risk. So, it’s understandable if you’re feeling anxious about leaving your home. We all [...]

1505, 2020
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Keeping Rodents Out Of Your Car

May 15th, 2020|Categories: Light Mechanical & General Maintenance|

Rodents sound like something you shouldn’t be worrying about. But when rodents like mice, rats, or squirrels get into your car, they can cause mayhem. And after what we found out what happened to a local Las Vegas driver, we thought we could give you a heads up. Last January, a Las Vegas driver thought he smelled burning and [...]

105, 2020
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10 Things On How Teens Driving Can Avoid Causing Collisions

May 1st, 2020|Categories: auto body repair|

If you’re a parent and your kid just turned 16, they most likely want to get their driver’s license. As teens that just got their license, they’re probably ready to jump out the door and get behind the wheel and drive everywhere. But, you must be aware of the statistics. It’s important to know that teens driving can turn [...]

1604, 2020
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Is Road Rage a Crime in Nevada?

April 16th, 2020|Categories: auto body repair|

Road rage accounts for 33% of the causes of car accidents. It is an alarming statistic because even the calmest person can fall victim to acting out in anger and causing an accident. One would think that with stakes as high as this, road rage would be considered a crime with very harsh punishment. However, that isn’t always the [...]

1603, 2020
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Best Ways to Avoid Damage Caused by Potholes

March 16th, 2020|Categories: Tips|

Driving over potholes is not fun, regardless of your car’s make and model and how you travel over them they are always annoying. Avoiding potholes is sometimes tricky, but there are a lot of things you can do to limit the risk of car damage caused by potholes.    What Is a Pothole? A pothole is a depression on [...]

303, 2020
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5 Things You Should Know Before Getting Body Collision Repair

March 3rd, 2020|Categories: auto body repair|

When you get into an accident it can be a very stressful time, but there are ways to make it easier. One thing you can do is to look up online and know what your rights and responsibilities are before taking your vehicle to a collision repair shop. Then you have the best chance of getting your car fixed [...]

1402, 2020
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3 Tips for Tracking Down a Fluid Leak on Your Car

February 14th, 2020|Categories: Tips|

The weather is still a bit too cold these days, so you’re going to want to start noticing your car’s fluids. Vehicle fluids are susceptible to cold temperatures and could even end up freezing without you realizing it so it’s important that you know what’s up with your fluids at all times. A fluid leak is a big deal, [...]

202, 2020
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The Importance of Vehicle Safety Inspections After a Collision

February 2nd, 2020|Categories: Vehicle Inspections & Insurance Estimates|

Passing vehicle safety inspections can really clear you if you are involved in an accident. If you have your car checked through safety inspections you could drive around peacefully knowing you're not a risk to yourself or others.   The purpose of vehicle safety inspections is to discover and perform preventive and emergency repairs. Vehicle inspections are to ensure [...]

2001, 2020
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How To Protect Your Car From Dents

January 20th, 2020|Categories: Light Mechanical & General Maintenance, Tips|

Dents and dings are a fact of life. Your car can get a dent at any parking lot, at school, or even just by being parked outside your home. There’s not a whole lot you can do to completely prevent them from happening. Even more so when there is a hail storm, that is completely out of your control. [...]

201, 2020
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New Year’s Resolutions for 2020: Safe Driving

January 2nd, 2020|Categories: Tips|

2020 is here and countless Americans will make New Year’s Resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, and abolish bad habits.  But, one of the areas we could all work on is our driving. What if we all made New Year’s resolutions to drive more safely next year? If you agree, here are 5 ways to make it happen as [...]

312, 2019
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How Often Should You Wax A Newly Painted Car?

December 3rd, 2019|Categories: Car Paint Repair|

When you get a new paint job for your car, all you want to do is keep it spotless. However, there is a number of precautions you need to take when you wax a newly painted vehicle. You should wait to wax your car for at least 30 days after a paint job. But, you can do a simple [...]

1811, 2019
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Is My Car at Risk for Polymer Degradation?

November 18th, 2019|Categories: auto body repair, Car Paint Repair|

Millions of car bodies in America suffer from a serious condition every year, it's called polymer degradation. This can be as subtle as a faded bumper for some cars, but other experience cracked trims or molding. In addition, if you operate a vehicle in an area that’s prone to excessive heat its exterior is probably already showing signs of [...]

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