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Buying an Electric Vehicle?

Posted on: February 13th, 2017 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

buying an electric vehicleSo, you are thinking about buying an electric vehicle. That is great! There have been a lot of advancements in just the past couple of years when it comes to electric vehicles. And, certainly, here in Denver, we are seeing a lot of charging stations popping up to accommodate electric vehicles. As your Denver auto collision repair experts, we have explored some items to consider when buying an electric car.

Electric Vehicle Incentives

When buying an electric vehicle, there are special incentives available to you for purchasing an electric vehicle. Some are tax credits and others are purely perks. However, there are some tax credits that are up to $7,500 depending on your vehicle. Also, some places offer free or preferred parking for electric vehicles.

Electric Vehicle Battery Myths

There are some myths that within a few years of purchasing an electric car that the battery will fail and owners must pay a fortune to have it replaced. And, sure, there are some outliers where that may have occurred, but most electric vehicle batteries are stable and last a long time. Yes, there will be slight decreases in battery range as the car ages, but most manufacturers have battery warranties in the range of eight years and 100,000 miles. Most of these warranties also include battery replacement in cases of above average range reduction.

Electric Vehicle Tips – Install a Home Charger

While some studies show that electric cars have a lower total cost of ownership than gas-powered vehicles, sometimes they do not account for the need to have a home charger installed which can cost about $1,000. If you do get an EV, you will want an off-board charger installed as it can deliver 240 volts of electricity which greatly reduces charging time.

Electric Vehicle Range Considerations

Most electric vehicles will get you about three miles per kilowatt-hour. Of course, that varies depending on your car and how you drive. But, for most EVs, a fully charged battery will get you about 80 to 100 miles. That is adequate for about 90 percent of you who live and work in Denver. You will find that you need to plan trips a little bit more and be more aware of those impromptu trips.

How to Use this Information

When it comes to electric vehicles, you will need to weigh your lifestyle and driving habits to ensure they are the right fit for you. You will alway want to consider gas versus electric and see what works for you. But, for many people, they are a great choice and save you at the pump while being more environmentally friendly.  That being said, if you find your electric vehicle in need of auto body repair, whether from a collision or hail damage, give us a call at 303-344-2212 or contact us online.

Head-up Displays Coming to a Car Near You

Posted on: January 12th, 2017 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

head-up displaysOnce thought to be reserved for fighter jets, vehicles on the road now use head-up displays (HUD). However, unlike fighter jets these HUD systems do not come with missile lock and targeting capabilities. But, they are still cool and useful! Today, your auto body repair experts look at these systems and some of their features.

How Head-up Displays for Auto’s Work

HUD systems simply use the windshield as a screen upon which to project important vehicle information. This information is projected on the lower section of the windshield, just below the driver’s usual line of vision. This enables the driver to keep their eyes up and on the road while still being able to observe vehicle information. Proponents of such systems claim this will help increase safety as the driver will not need to shift their head to view information on the dashboard or entertainment console.

What Information is Displayed in the HUD

Head-up displays are intended to provide crucial information to the driver, all in an easy-to-read form. This can include instrument read out, navigational directions, music information, as well as who is calling on the phone. However, some new features of HUD are great in situations where there is poor visibility, such as fog or falling snow. Since HUD systems are often connected to car radar systems and infra-red sensors, they can also display road markings to assist the driver in low visibility situations.

What Vehicles have HUD

Head-up displays started to emerge more regularly on 2016 option lists. And, as expected, the likes of Mercedes-Benz and BMW have such options on many of their new lines. Currently, HUD is more of a luxury feature more common on premium makes and models. However, like all things, it is anticipated in the next couple of years that most car manufacturers will have HUD options available. Remember, it wasn’t too long ago that only a few cars offered heated seats and satellite radio, but now they are fairly common.

The vehicles currently on the road that have HUD options are:

  • BMW 7 Series – Shows speed limit, exit lane images, navigation, and phone call information.
  • Volvo XC90 – The nice thing about this system is it can be customized to the driver’s preferences (including location and height of projection) based on the driver’s saved seat settings.
  • Chevy Corvette Stingray – No surprise here as this car looks like a jet fighter on the ground!
  • Mazda 3 – Yep, Mazda has HUD in its mid-level S Touring trim and sedan styles. Their HUD system also includes blind spot and rear cross traffic warnings.
  • Others include Lexus RX, Jaguar XF, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class

How to Use this Information

HUD systems will become more and more common. And, we do hope they will improve safety and reduce accidents. But, accidents will still happen. If you find yourself in need of body work or feel your car could use some new paint, give us a call at 303-344-2212 or contact us online.

Best Car Apps 2016

Posted on: December 21st, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

car appsThe smartphone has taken over every facet of our lives. And, that includes, for better or worse, the time we spend driving. And, while we all know that you should not text and take calls while driving (as it could lead to you needing collision repair), we do know that many vehicles today have entire onboard systems that integrate with your smartphone. Today, there are so many great apps for driving, that we thought we should run through some of our favorite car apps.

Top Car App #1 – Waze

If you drive anywhere around town, especially as a daily commuter, you need Waze. Waze is a great navigation app that has GPS. But, it plots your route based on current traffic and from reports submitted by users. For example, if you are trying to get from work to the kids’ school and there is an accident on the freeway causing backups, Waze will direct you away from the problem and plot the fastest route. You can connect the app to your calendar so it can pull up locations of events very quickly. Plus, you can save favorite locations so you can plot your course with a push of a button. And, if you see something on your routes, such as an accident or a police officer, you can alert other users with just a push of a button.

Best Car App #2 – GasBuddy

If you are on the lookout for cheap gasoline, and who isn’t, then GasBuddy is for you. GasBuddy has long been one of the best car apps out there with millions of downloads. Not only will GasBuddy show you where the cheapest gas is based on your current location, you can also submit gasoline prices and help update their user community. If you are a U.S. user and regularly submit gas prices, you can win $100 worth of gas or earn other awards.  And, while you may not think that five to ten cents a gallon don’t make a difference, it can equate to huge savings over the year.

Best Car Apps # 3 – Spotify

If you like to listen to music while driving, then you may want to add Spotify to your smartphone. In fact, some vehicles have connected features already for Spotify, or you can depend on the old reliable aux port on your car’s stereo. With Spotify, you can listen to any artist or album, as long as you are connected to the internet. If you subscribe to Spotify, you can enjoy all your music commercial free. Regardless, with Spotify, you can create your own playlists that are perfect for that long road trip or simply handling your I-25 commute.

Top Car Apps # 4 – iCarMode

If you are an iPhone user, iCarMode is among the best car apps you can find that makes navigating your phone while driving more manageable. Use iCarMode to only serve up the apps and functions you need while driving. And, it turns your apps into simple, big buttons making it easy to activate anything on your phone while driving. The simplicity of the interface helps keep you more focused on the road versus fumbling with your phone.

Best Car Apps # 5 – Dashdroid

Essentially, Dashdroid is iCarMode, but for Android smartphones. It offers a similar, clean interface with big button shortcuts to access music, contacts and it responds to voice commands, which is great when you wish to make a phone call.

How to Use This Information

When it comes to smartphone apps for driving, above all we want you to be safe. So, like any app, while driving, do keep focused on the road. And, if need be, do buy a smartphone holder for your car so you can easily reach it and examine it without looking down or having to reach for it. But, we also know that accidents do happen. If you find yourself in a fender bender, call us at 303-344-2212 or contact us online. Our auto body repair team will get your car fixed and looking like new in no time.

Solar Panel Roads – Coming Soon

Posted on: November 18th, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

solar panel roadsWe live in a time of constant innovation and sharing of ideas. And, nowhere is that more apparent than in alternative energy. As the world becomes more aware of our diminishing energy resources and global warming, there are a lot of new and interesting ideas out there. One of those includes the idea of solar panel roads. Yes, using roads to harness the sun for clean energy.

While, to some, this sounds a little far-fetched, the truth is that this technology is already being tested. Indeed, it has a way to go before we see our roads transformed into solar roadways, but it is an active technology that is gaining momentum as these tests come to fruition.

These solar panels are hexagonal and are already being laid over a sidewalk new in Conway, Missouri, along Route 66. While this is only a small test, there are several others taking place. One test will be opening very soon in Idaho and another in Baltimore. Also, two European agencies are testing this technology. So, solar panel roads could be here sooner than we think!

Depending on the outcome of the test, if Colorado were to adopt the technology, it could be very helpful to drivers. One of the solar panel designs incorporates heating coils so they will melt away snow and ice. So, there could be little to no reason to use plows on those roads. Also, the panels have LED features that will light up to provide drivers with lane markers and actual messages.

Some people are critical of the design as they are made of glass. Many folks fear that the glass will reduce traction and become very slippery when they are wet. Or they thought it would crack, especially in cold weather. But, in a European test on a bike path, they found that at first, people would avoid the solar panel. However, as time went by, even in wet, cold and wintery weather, people still walked or rode their bikes over them and there were no reports of slips or falls.

With this testing underway, solar panels roads could, indeed, be part of our future. But, the realities and engineering to pave our roads with solar panels would be an immense undertaking. That will be the biggest hurdle, at this point, to overcome. That being said, governments are coming around to the lifetime cost of the infrastructure when they see the potential revenues coming from the energy-generating roads.

How to Use This Information

In the meantime, we don’t have roads that are solar powered. That means no automatic snow-free roads, so slips and collisions will continue. If you find yourself in need of auto body repair, please give us a call at 303-344-2212 or schedule an estimate appointment online.

How Self-Parking Systems Work

Posted on: October 27th, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

How Do Self Parking Cars Work?

Do you break out in a cold sweat when you need to parallel park your car? Or, have you intentionally driven a good distance past your destination to avoid having to parallel park on a street? Well, if you are parallel parking challenged (and who isn’t?) you may want to consider a car with a self-parking system. As your auto repair experts, we have learned a thing or two about these systems. So we thought we would give you a little self-parking 101 on how they work.

We have all seen the commercials, especially the one with Jim Gaffigan, that demonstrate using a self-parking car.

You get the gist; some vehicles today actually do a very good job of parking themselves. However, what some people may not know is that the driver is still in control of the vehicle’s speed. While most people need about six feet of additional room beyond the size of their vehicle, some self-parking system advertise that they can pilot your car into narrower spaces than us humans are able to do so.

How Self-Parking Systems Work

To park, you simply engage the self-parking system and drive your car up to and parallel to the car behind which you would like to park. But, the car will tell you how far to pull forward and will give you a signal as to when to stop.

You then shift the car into reverse and let go of the steering wheel so the onboard computer can take over. All you do now is let up on the brake and control the speed with the brake. The computer will control the power steering and take your vehicle into the parking space.

Then, when the car is backed far enough into the parking space, another signal tells you to shift into drive. Again you release the brakes and the car will adjust perfectly to the space.

All this is controlled by a system of sensors tied to an onboard computer. The sensors are typically on the front and back of the car so they can detect objects. Then the signal from the sensor bounce off objects and the system calculates distance as it is maneuvering.

How to Use This Information

We anticipate that more and more people will buy cars equipped with such systems, especially as we do live in an urban area where parallel parking is normal. In the meantime, we all know that parallel parking is tricky and can lead to bent bumpers, dents, paint scrapes, and frayed nerves. If you have need of repair from parking gone bad, we can help! Call us at 303-344-2212 or schedule an estimate appointment online.

Self-Braking Systems and Their Realiability

Posted on: September 21st, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

self-braking systemsCars seem to be getting smarter. Or, one may argue, that we as humans are…well you know. But, we have all seen those commercials touting advanced self-braking systems that help you avoid collisions. Our favorite commercial is the dad driving his daughter to the school and she insists on being dropped off far away from the front of the school. Then, they get cut-off and their car immediately stops and the daughter gets out of the car, still far from the school’s entrance. She is relived and dad is left wondering what just happened.

While they make for great TV ads, some cars do not come equipped with these systems. Many, especially SUVs, do come with sensors that alert you of nearby objects, but they will not stop your vehicle. Trust us, we have seen brand new vehicles come into us for auto collision repair because their owners wanted to see if their car would stop automatically. Guess what, they don’t. They only beep.

The truth of the matter is that vehicles with self-braking systems still do not stop. In fact, many cars with these systems are not even designed to stop. According to a recent report from AAA, they found that two-thirds of Americans that are familiar with these systems believe that automatic braking systems are designed to avoid crashes without driver intervention. The reality is that these systems vary widely in their performance and many are simply not designed to stop the car. Some are designed to only slow the car, which only serves to lessen the severity of the impact. It is important to understand the capabilities of your automatic braking system if you currently have one or are in the market to purchase a car that comes equipped with it.

Self-Braking Systems Test Results

In actual testing of 2016 models that are equipped with self-braking systems, the results were interesting:

  • Systems designed to prevent collisions reduced vehicle speeds by twice that of systems designed to only lessen crash severity (79 percent speed reduction versus 40 percent speed reduction)
  • With speed differentials under 30 mph, 60 percent of systems designed to avoid crashes were successful
  • Systems intended to lessen crash severity were, surprisingly, 33 percent successful in actually avoiding collisions at speeds under 30 mph
  • When going outside their limitations (travelling at 45 mph) and avoiding a stopped vehicle, systems designed to avoid collisions only succeeded 40 percent of the time.
  • Those systems designed to lessen severity of a crash, travelling at 45 mph, were only able to reduce vehicle speed by 9 percent

Regardless, any reduction in speed is going to help reduce injury. In fact, at 30 mph, reducing speed by 10 mph can reduce the energy of the impact by 50 percent. That is why 20 of the top automakers that represent 99 percent of all vehicles manufactured are committing to making self-braking systems standard by 2022.

How to Use This Information

While self-braking systems are becoming more common, remember that they are different. And when driving outside of their parameters and at higher speeds, they are not likely to avoid a collision entirely. They may help slow you down to keep you safer. Regardless, if you experience a collision and need an auto body repair estimate, contact us online or call at 303-344-2212.

Electric Cars vs Gas Cars: What is Best For You

Posted on: August 24th, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

electric versus gasBuying a new car is a process of weighing needs, wants, various features and, of course, price. Once upon a time such decisions hinged on the look of the car, color, size of the engine, power, and stereo system. Today, we also weigh environmentally friendly factors very heavily and that includes electric versus gas powered. But, which option actually performs better? Your auto collision repair experts at Accurate Auto Body service all sorts of vehicles – from electric to hybrid and your standard gas powered vehicles. So, we have the lowdown on what performs better out there on our Colorado roads.

Distance Needs

If you are weighing an electric versus gas powered car,  it will largely depend on your needs. For example, it takes a little more planning when you drive an electric vehicle (EV) as it will need to be charged more frequently than filling up a gas powered car. But, the majority of people in the US drive less than 35 miles per day, and a fully charged EV will go between 70 to 130 miles on a full charge. However, that is significantly less than gas powered cars which average about 250 to 300 miles between fill-ups. So, if you are someone who has frequent and longer trips, then you may be better suited for a gas powered car. If you just live around the city and you spend most of the time driving from home and work here in the immediate Denver area, an EV may be right up your alley.

Cold Weather Performance

Let’s face it, it can get cold here in Denver during the winter. That is why we all love our heated seats and steering wheels. When it comes to vehicle performance in the snow, there are reports of many EVs struggling. For example, to make the cabin warm, gas powered cars simply pull excess heat from the engine block into the car. You essentially have the engine providing you with heat. However, an EV has no engine. So, it has to supply heat through an electric heating system. That heating system draws more energy from the car’s battery when it is cold, reducing how far you can drive on a charge. Also, when EV batteries get cold, they have seen greatly reduced performance in how far you can go on a single charge. Some car manufactures, like Nissan, have added a heating unit to sit by the battery to help keep it warm during cold weather and help boost its performance. But, that extra battery heater also draws power from the same battery, which does reduce overall cold weather performance.

Snow and Ice Driving

EV vehicles are designed to be light. This helps get them the maximum performance and mileage on a single charge. However, that lighter design can compromise traction in snow. Also, they are designed for maximum torque and their traction control systems can work against them when on snow and ice. The purpose of their systems are to prevent wheel slip and loss of traction, but EV motors provide maximum torque from zero rpms. On ice and snow, this maximum torque can cause the wheels can spin easily and skid. So, on snowy Colorado days, if you are an EV driver, it could be best to work from home or take RTD into work.

 Environmentally Friendly and Cost Savings

Without a doubt, an EV is more environmentally friendly than gas powered cars. People have tried to point out that when you have an EV, you are trading in using oil for coal (as coal is used for a lot traditional electricity) to power your car and as a result you are not reducing CO2 and green-house gases. Or they try to point out that your electricity bill will skyrocket. But, the fact is studies have shown significant reduction in CO2 pollution with EV. This is especially true in the West where more and more of the power grids are made up of hydro and wind powered electricity. Plus, more and more coal power plants are being substituted for more environmentally friendly power which continues to further reduce the already small carbon footprint of an EV. Further, others have claimed that the batteries of EV cars are bad for the environment. However, EV’s lithium ion batteries have more valuable and recyclable metals compared to internal combustion vehicle batteries. Lastly, when it comes to savings, the average EV owner reported only a $500 increase in their yearly power bill. Based on driving about 15,000 miles per year, an EV can save an average of $1,900 compared to what they would have spent on fuel to drive the same distance.

 How to Use This Information

Again, deciding between electric versus a gas powered car will greatly depend on you. If you need something that will ensure you have better and more reliable performance in cold weather and on snow, a gas powered vehicle will better meet those needs. If you are looking for efficiency, green-friendly and you simply drive around town, then you could use an electric vehicle. What we do know is, if you have any need for auto body repair, dent removal or paint, we can help. Call us at 303-344-2212 or reach out to us online.

Self-Driving Vehicles: When Will We See Them

Posted on: July 27th, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

self driving vehiclesWhen it comes to self-driving vehicles, both consumers and investors alike have the same question on their mind – when are they going to come out? Our team of auto body repair experts have some answers as we do keep up on all the latest vehicle trends. We found that some brands such as Mercedes, Tesla, and BMW are in the process of or have already released self-driving vehicles, capable of limited functionality designed for highway usage. But when exactly is the mass takeover of our roadways by computer driven cars going to happen?

What Level of Autonomy Are We Talking About?

First off, let’s talk about what defines self-driving vehicles. Many vehicles on the road today have automated features such as braking and assisted steering. But these are limited in scope and do not present the driver the option of true disengagement. Fully autonomous vehicles take the driver from point A to point B and are capable of handling all situations which may arise on the road. In other words, falling asleep at the wheel is encouraged.

Although the technology is in place, insurance and regulatory companies are still hashing out the details of how to handle this new method of driving. Estimates place the release date of fully self-driving vehicles around 2019-2020. Self-driving vehicles which are capable of transporting things without an operator, on the other hand, are a ways off.

Predictions by Experts

High ranking members of GM, Ford, and Volkswagen have all publicly stated that they believe self-driving vehicles will be deployed by 2020. However, it was clarified that these vehicles will not be able to drive everywhere. Urban areas with good GPS coverage and maintained roadways will be the easiest for self-driving vehicles, while more rural areas pose additional challenges in technology.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has stated that he is planning to release a fully automated, fall asleep and wake up at your destination style vehicle, by 2023. And being that Tesla has already released a vehicle capable of self-driving on the highway, safe bet he’s right.

The Takeover of Self-Driving Vehicles

Most experts in the field estimate that by 2030, autonomous vehicles will make up the majority of our road traffic. Ubers will be self-driven and low cost, driving down personal vehicle ownership and changing the way we think about transportation. Self-driving vehicles are proven to reduce fatalities and make driving safer. No matter who you talk to you, a driverless future is close at hand.

How to use this information

At Accurate Auto Body, we know that technology moves fast and auto repair shops need to keep up. We are constantly updating our equipment and knowledge to better serve our customers. If you are curious about our services, give Accurate Auto Body a call at 303-344-2122 or contact us through our website for more information and we will be happy help!

 What will you do on your commutes when you no longer need to drive?

Car Colors: What’s Popular?

Posted on: June 28th, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

car colorsWe live in a colorful world. Beginning with nature and ending in design, the color of our products is manufactured to evoke certain emotions from us. Whether that be the ‘new-age’ feel of silver or the quirkiness of bright purple, color dramatically affects our choice in products. And this is especially true for cars. Our car refinishing pros in Aurora are here to talk a little about car colors and what they mean for you.

What’s The Most Popular Car Color

For roughly the past 10 years, silver, black, and white have topped the charts as the most popular car colors. Though slight variation exists depending on the type of car, these three colors account for more than half of all vehicles sold in the United States. After this, red and navy blue take a smaller percentage and gold and green are at the bottom of the barrel.

So why the lack of pomp and flash? Well, it has a lot to do with ease of sale and resale value. Studies have proven that white, black, and silver vehicles are the easiest vehicles to sell as they appeal to the broadest demographic of people. And in today’s world, it turns out that car color has a huge impact on the ability of salesmen to get the car off the lot. A whopping 40% of people who visit dealerships will back out on a deal if the color they are looking for is not available.

But What About the Real Colors?

Despite the trends, vibrant colors can still be very popular depending on geographical considerations and the make and model of vehicle. For example, if you live in the hot desert of Nevada, black cars are not at the top of the list for sale and gold or tan show up in much higher numbers. Plus, it really does matter what style of car you are paring with that cherry apple red gloss coat – hint: a sports car will sell significantly better than a commuter sedan. These are key factors to remember if you are considering ever reselling your vehicle – try to keep in mind what would appeal to the people in your region looking for your make and model of vehicle.

What’s in the Future of Car Colors?

Although there’s no doubt about the lack of eye-catching color on the highway, the future is not as drab as you might expect. Trend experts are showing that various shades of green will find their way out onto the roadways in the coming years and other small vehicles such as the Chevrolet Spark and Mini Cooper are testing the limits with color arrays rivaling Crayola.

Bottom Line

Like anything related to your vehicle, color is a matter of choice but it is important to recognize that it does have a significant impact on your ability to resell your vehicle. So while that bright yellow or purple car might look good now, make sure to think about what it will be like in 10 years when you are trying to sell it someone else.

How to use this information

At Accurate Auto Body, we are to vehicles as Picasso was to canvas – no matter what style of paint job you are looking for, we can make it happen. If you are looking for a new look for your vehicle or even just a touch up on your weatherworn paint, be sure to give Accurate Auto Body a call at 303-344-2122 or contact us through our website for more information and we will be happy help!

Which color are you most likely to buy?

With the Press of a Button: Keyless Ignition and Entry

Posted on: May 31st, 2016 by Accurate Auto Body Shop No Comments

keyless ignitionAs society moves towards automating just about everything, from window blinds to bottle openers, vehicles are taking one step forward by allowing you to enter and start your car without a key. Our Aurora, Colorado auto body repair experts are here to present the latest in keyless ignition and vehicle entry.

 Keyless Ignition

Just how it sounds, vehicles with keyless ignition transform turning your key into pushing a button. Per the vehicle website Edmunds.com, there are currently 245 models of vehicle which come standard with keyless ignition. So is this the wave of the future? Not necessarily. Safety concerns have been popping up since the technology appeared which concern the risks of forgetting to turn your car off.

Here’s the problem: with a key, you have to remove the key from the ignition to turn off your vehicle. With a push button, it takes away that relationship and makes forgetting to turn your car off a very real possibility. If the car is left on, it will continue to chug through fuel until it runs out, filling your garage with carbon monoxide, which could seep into your home. Carbon monoxide is poisonous and in large enough quantities can kill you. Multiple law suits have been filed to date for the faulty design and proposals are in the works for an auto-shutoff update.

Keyless Entry

Though not a new concept, keyless entry is a premium feature which has taken hold in the luxury car market. After entering a unique code, you will be able to access your vehicle without your key with just a few number punches. But even more efficient is the remote which is coming standard on most new keys, allowing you to unlock your car from up to 100 feet away. If you’ve got an older vehicle, there are plenty of remotes on the market capable of integrating with your vehicle. Consider the investment if you are looking to step into a world of convenience.

Luckily, most modern vehicles are integrating keyless entry and the pressure is on for manufacturers to install safety backups for keyless ignition. Keep an eye out when you are shopping for your next vehicle and try to make sure this new hot technology is included.

How to use this information

At Accurate Auto Body, we have the technology to help you update your vehicle to keyless entry or ignition. If you are interested in starting or entering your vehicle with the push of a button, be sure to give Accurate Auto Body a call at 303-344-2122 or contact us through our website for more information and we will be happy to help!

What feature would you like to see become automatic in vehicle of the future?