Every week we have new customers come in to schedule an appointment for their car dents to be fixed. Many times these dents are extremely minor and could be easliy fixed for less than $30 if done by the customer. We know, it can be intimidating to work on your car if you’re not trained to do so. Therefore, our blog this month is about the tools you can use to fix minor car dents on your own. Don’t spend several hundred dollars to get a dent fixed, when you can do it for a lot less. You don’t have to be a car expert to successfully restore your car’s minor dents. Restore your vehicle’s appearance, value and curb appeal yourself with these 4 helpful tools…
Are you in the market for a used car and don’t know where to begin? You are not alone. When it comes to private and dealership sales, about 40 million used cars transfer owners every year. With unlimited buying options, finding the perfect used car can be tough. This month on the blog we’re dishing 8 steps to sealing the deal on a car that’s right for you.
Vehicles are meant to make noise, even the quietest of cars make certain engine sounds. However, when you suddenly hear noises that you’re not used to, it’s vital to consider these foreign sounds as signals of engine problems. Have a professional take a look at your vehicle immediately to prevent any costly repairs. Below is a short list of unusual car noises and what they might mean.
Apart from your home, your car is probably your most valued investment. For a lot of you, your vehicle is a member of the family. And when you really think about it, the exterior of your car is the only line of defense when it comes to the elements. This month we’re dishing a few simple exterior cleaning tips to keep your whip in tip-top-weather-proof shape…
Summer vacation is winding down and before you know it your kids will be back to school. For some this means your “little ones” are now driving themselves to and from school. Here at KW a lot of cars that come through our shop are damaged at the control of young drivers, and we want to help in keeping people and their vehicles safe. Below are a few words of advice before you pass the torch, AKA keys, to your teens.
We all see the Click it or Ticket signs posted along the roads and are well aware of the hefty fees that come with breaking the law, but it never hurts to keep important safety topics at the forefront of our conversations. This month we’re talking about seatbelts — how to wear them and their proven effectiveness.
Spring has officially sprung, and while the weather in Hawaii is generally perfect, we do get the occasional rainstorm. Well people, we’re looking at clear skies, lengthened days, and solid 80 degree temps these next few months. Bust out your microfiber cloths and ride along with us as we go over 3 tips to keep your car gleaming through the spring.