First comes oil – then comes rain. This creates a sure recipe for slippery road conditions. Yes! It’s true. Our customers, do love us. And, at Grandcity Autobody, you are guaranteed to receive the highest level of service, in the industry. Our hope is that you don’t ever need to use our services… good for business – not so fun, …
At Grandcity Auto body shop in Vancouver, we are absolutely committed to providing complete customer satisfaction. When it comes to auto body repairs, we understand that a customer requires peace of mind in addition to the top quality repair job we guarantee at our garage.
Keep Your Car’s Value By Using A Trusted Autobody Repair Shop
Can Autobody Repair Quality Affect Your Car’s Value? There are many factors that can contribute to the depreciation of the value of a car over time. While some of these factors such as natural wear and tear are beyond a car owner`s ability to control, there are other ways to avoid losing any resale value on a car.
Going On A Road Trip? Sunny skies and warm weather means that road trip season is officially here! For a lot of people, there is nothing better than taking a fun road trip with good friends or the family. In the excitement of making your travel plans however, it can be easy to neglect some of the basic car maintenance …
Here’s 4 more Spring Time Travel Tips for you to watch out for this Spring Time!
As the seasons change, so do the hazards on the road! Watch out for these Spring Time travel tips while you’re driving this Spring season!
Now that you and your car have made it through another winter together, it’s a good time to see what kind of toll the cold weather took on your vehicle. Here are a few car care tips you can follow yourself or with the help of an auto body professional to make sure your care is ready for the road …
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Your car paint job is its only line of defense against a slew of elemental threats that not only decimate resale value… but actively destroy sheet metal. So how can you preserve your paint?