Just in, 2020 Subaru Ascent was damaged during recent winter weather in Rochester NY. Both quarter panels have dented and dinged on this brand new purchase. The body shop knows that GPR is the least invasive approach to retain this new purchase.
The Troubled Turkey Trotters and Advanced Driver Assistance Safety (ADAS) System in your 2016 or newer vehicle | The Dent Guy | Rochester NY
If you have a car, truck, or van that is a 2016 or newer, you definitely need to read this! Advanced Driver Assistance Safety (ADAS). ADAS is the system that controls your vehicle’s adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure warning, driver monitoring systems, auto-braking, crosswind stabilization, automatic parking, forward collision warning, and more! These features are defining a new experience with traveling because ADAS is working every moment after you turn your key or push “Start”.
Hidden dent damage under a 2016 Tesla Model X bumper cover. An unknown impact from a previous owner. The Dent Guy undergoes some extreme glue pulling (GPR) to repair the quarter panel. Dan uses KECO Tabs GPR System to restore this panel as close to 100% as possible.
Here is one of The Dent Guy’s latest, a 2018 Jeep Compass customer had a little run-in on the left-front door. This dent goes into the triple folded steel along the edge of the door. There is a second dent in the left-rear door. There is an added degree of difficulty in this repair because the panels have been repainted. A repainted panel restricts a PDR tech from being able to glue pulling because the paint would peel-off. Dan is able to still provide great repair and gives some tech notes in the video.
It’s Hunting Season! Watch out for deer running into your vehicle! Dan explain’s method with KECO GPDR | The Dent Guy | 2019 Tesla Model 3
It’s that time of year, Hunting Season in New York State! Watch out for deer running into your car. That’s right, you often hear people say that they hit a deer and their vehicle was damaged. In all reality, the deer are on the move because of hunters. (No qualms with Hunters)
We see this dent a lot at The Dent Guy. Hitting another vehicle’s mirror, with your door during windstorms; the kids opening the door wildly, squeezing in-between with your briefcase or purse, or you bump your door into other cars? Located above the door handle; in the upper door along the door edge, and through the body line.