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What Students in Auto Body Schools Should Know about Different Bumpers and How they Work

Bumpers first started popping up on automobiles around 1915, at first only on the fronts of cars. They were quite thin and much more suited to decoration than protection. By…
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What Students in Auto Body Schools Should Know about Untended Dents

After a while, cars are inevitably going to experience some wear and tear. However, if enough damage has been inflicted upon a client’s car that dents are still visible, getting…
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An Introduction to Auto Foam for Students in Auto Body Schools

In collision repair, auto body technicians will often come across auto foam in doors, quarter panel cells, or in bumpers. It appears in various cavities throughout a vehicle, as a…
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[Infographic] From Fender-Bender to Faultless: The Anatomy of an Auto Body Repair Job

  One of the hard realities of life is that, sooner or later, cars get a little damaged. Dents, bumps, and scratches can accumulate over the years to make a…
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A Guide to Spoilers for Students in Auto Body Schools

When air flows around a car, it can create two things. First, it causes drag, which is a force that runs parallel and in the same direction as airflow, resisting…
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