Mallaney's CARSTAR
Quality Collision Service
Here are few tips to keep your vehicle looking and running great!
  • To make your finish last longer, do not wash and wax your vehicle in direct sunlight.
  • Keep your vehicle looking great by getting a complete detail annually.
  • Salty road conditions can cause your vehicle to corrode, fade, and rust. Be sure to wash your vehicle often to prevent this from happening.
  • Keeping your vehicle parked in a garage or shade can make your finish last longer.
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  • Leaves release acid that will stain your vehicles finish, be sure to remove them when possible. .
  • To keep your air conditioner running good, turn it on once a month..
  • Have a trained professional check your vehicles ignition system yearly. This can help reduce gas mileage and misfires.
  • Keep up with your vehicles oil changes. Changing the oil and filter keeps your car running smoothly.
  • To avoid damaging your windshield, be sure to change your wipers once worn..
  • Brush-style car washes can cause scratches. Opt for touch free washes.
  • Ask if the shop will be using genuine manufacturer (OEM) replacement parts.
  • The safest car wax contains imported vegetable wax.
  • When choosing a vehicle was, do not use ones that remove dirt, paint, or scratches. These waxes can do great damage to your vehicle paint.
  • When cleaning your vehicles interior, spray protectant on a rag and not directly on your vehicle.
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Keep this in mind when dealing with an accident.

  • If your vehicle seems unsafe to drive, do not drive it.
  • Where you chose to get your vehicle repaired is your choice, your insurance company cannot require a certain shop.
  • It is common for repair estimates to be different. Some estimates may not include all the necessary work.
  • When choosing a shop, look for technicians who are I-CAR and ASE certified.
  • Look for a shop that offers a warranty on your repairs.
  • If you are unsure about the repair process or insurance claim, make sure to ask questions, so you can be well informed.