Why PDR Technology Is An Economical Solution For Tight Budgets Part II

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Paintless Dent Repair isn’t free but you will find it to be significantly lower in price in comparison to a traditional body shop. In addition, there are quite a few that work with the insurance companies on your behalf if you have already paid your deductible for the year. Even if you have not, you will find that Paintless Dent Repairs will run you anywhere from 70-80% less than body shop repairs. Most of the time, body shops will replace the panel that is damaged. That saves them a lot of physical work but costs you more and keeps your car in the shop for longer than you had hoped for. You’ll still have to pay for labor so you can see how the bill can grow and grow without much effort.

In case you are unsure, Paintless Dent Repair basically molds the dents back into where they belong. This technology is far different than the usual way that body work is done and requires a skill set that most in the collision industry don’t possess. They need finesse to be able to manipulate a dent out of your bumper and more. Paintless Dent Repairers are able to not only come to you at your convenience but also don’t have any overhead that is passed on to the customer.

If you and your family are on a budget, Paintless Dent Repair may be your perfect answer. PDR technicians are highly trained and incredibly reliable. You don’t have to worry about spending more than is necessary. You can keep your budget intact and end up with professional results that make perfect sense┬áto you and your family. At the end of the day you will be extremely pleased with the bottom line and you’ll still be able to feed your family.

Why PDR Technology Is An Economical Solution For Tight Budgets Part I

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There are many types of fender benders that one can get into that don’t necessarily fall under the umbrella as totaled. You can get nicked by another car in tight parking structures, you yourself could hit or tap someones bumper ever so slightly leaving a small dent in yours and the others car. Additionally, you may accidentally open your door onto a cement post. Stuff happens all of the time. The problem is that most families or even singles cannot afford to get their vehicle fixed. The cost for many is prohibitive. This cost that I speak of is usually the deductible that is generally very high. These are tough times and while it would be great to have some rainy day money set aside, many cannot afford that either. In fact, most Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

There is much in the news these days regarding economic downturns and problems. This is not an imagined crisis. That is to say, there are serious issues facing working people and it is the result of various “pinches” hitting the budgets of most families. For example, gas prices and food prices have started skyrocketing and this leaves many people with limited dollars in their savings. When people are in such situations, the last thing they need is to see their budgets busted by car accident related bills.

Paintless Dent Repair is a logical, affordable solution and an excellent alternative to traditional bodywork. The bodywork that needs to be done on a car, even if minor, can cost a significant amount of money. There are parts and labor involved and that will always run costs up. Even if you have solid insurance, a $500 deductible means you will be forced to shell out $500. When a household budget is tight and credit is hard to come by, a $500 deductible can really be difficult to part with.

PDR Technicians: Which Cars Are Best To Restore Part VII

Pontiac Grand Prix-1962

The Pontiac Grand Prix from 1962 is considered a full-size muscle car. Out of all of the Pontiac’s from days of old, this is the favored. The popularity never seems to wane. These are easily half the price of a GTO and is also powered by a 389 cu. in. V8. You can buy all of the mechanical and electrical parts readily, even performance enhancement parts. All parts for the interior, door panels, and trim have been reproduced as well. These sixties-era cars were the most favored when looking for something new and different. They have a very handsome styling and racing heritage that make these the first-year Grand Prix best. There were 30,000 made so their availability is there which means that they will not be hard to find.

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Cadillac-1965-’66

Oh how the Cadillac made a splash back in the day. They were the Big, Bold, and Beautiful cars of their time and were called land yachts. These offer the best bang for the buck of any sixties-era collector. You can quite literally find every single mechanical part and all at reasonable prices. Some of the trim parts are a bit hard to find and replacing body panels will have to be done with used parts, but on the positive side, when they are used they are cheaper. Of course that is one way to look at it but in truth you can’t get new panels, no matter how much you pitch a fit. The engines on these car have plenty of power and the spacious interiors can accommodate a family of six, unless of course everyone was really tiny, then I would say a family of eight. Let’s just say they didn’t get their nickname of land yachts for nothing, of course here and now we call the size a big tuna boat. These age old beautiful dinosaurs are going to be within you budget as they are far more affordable than you would think, especially since the brand Cadillac is ever growing in precision and beauty.

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