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Indianapolis Paint and Body Shop Blog

Performance Collision Center Open House

Pearson's Performance Collision Center is holding an open house for insurance agents to visit and enjoy a tour of our state-of-the-art facility and hors d'oeuvres provided by Enterprise.  The open house gives insurance agents in the area the chance to meet our staff and see how a large collision center operates behind the scenes.  This event also allows the agents the opportunity to see how Performance Collision Center takes care of customers and…

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Pearson Automotive Nominated for Indianapolis Top Workplaces

Indianapolis, IN. – April 20, 2015 – Pearson Automotive is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of The Indianapolis Star Top Workplaces.

The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. The employee survey is conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement. WorkplaceDynamics conducts regional Top Workplaces…

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5 Tips for being a Smart Winter Driver

Performance Collision Center wants to make sure you and your vehicle are prepared for harsh winter driving conditions. There are many different precautions drivers can take to properly prepare themselves and their vehicles for “tough love” of the winter months. Below are 5 tips that we at Performance Collision Center, want to make sure you are aware of before you hit the road this winter.

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Benefits of a Body Shop with an Aluminum Repair Station

 

Do you have a car that has unique parts or requires extra attention to detail when it is getting cleaned or repaired? When having your vehicle repaired, make sure the shop you choose is properly equipped and trained to do these repairs. For example, separate tools are required for steel and aluminum to avoid cross contamination. The steel dust particles will cause the aluminum to corrode.  The repairs should be done in a clean room environment.   

It is recommended using factory original equipment manufactured replacement parts. Small chips in the paint should be repaired or touched up as soon as…

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Will the Paint Match?

Have you ever seen a car that looked like it had been painted with multiple shades of the same color? This is everyone's fear when bringing their car in for a collision repair. Making sure the paint matches is not easy and requires a high quality repair facility. 

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Items to Keep in Your Car in Case of Emergency


Even with proper care, there is always the off chance that your car will break down. It is extremely important to be prepared for this type of emergency at all times because you never know when it could happen to you.  Better to be safe than to be sorry! Here is a list of items to keep in your car in case of an emergency.

1. Box with secure lid to store items

2. 12-foot…

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Are Collision Repairs Safe?

Performance Collision Center recognizes the stress and confusion surrounding auto body repair and post-collision vehicle safety.  Unfortunately, after a vehicle encounters a severe wreck, the original condition will never be restored fully.   With the technology and skill of collision and auto repair experts, however, vehicles that may have seemed totaled get repaired to look and operate almost like brand new.  It’s the job of your collision center technicians to guarantee that the safety, function, and appearance of your vehicle are reestablished once it rolls out of the shop. 
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Distracted Driving Poses Road Safety Concerns

Performance Collision Center recognizes the growing anxieties of hazardous road conditions involving inattentive drivers.  In 2012, an estimated 421,000 people were injured in vehicle crashes involving a distracted driver, a nine percent increase from the estimate in 2011 (http://www.distraction.gov/).  Distracted driving consists of actions that divert a driver's attention away from their primary responsibility of controlling a moving vehicle...

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