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What Is Frame Repair and Do You Need It?

What Is Frame Repair and Do You Need It?

At db Orlando Collision, we understand how devastating auto collisions can be. While some people are fortunate enough with a minor scratch or dent, some aren’t. When you have damage to your car frame, you must restore it quickly. Read on to learn more about frame damage and repairs. What Can Frame Damage Do to Your Vehicle? A car frame is like the bones of your vehicle – it supports everything from the car body, engine, suspension, and more. Though not every car accident requires frame repair, recent studies show that frame damage occurs in as many as half of all car accidents on US roadways.    Fortunately, most forms of frame damage are repairable with the proper skills and equipment. It is important for drivers to get the repairs done as soon as possible. Even the most minor frame damage can affect your vehicle’s drivability and safety. For example, a bent frame can lead to an unbalanced car, causing it to pull left or right. Additionally, it can acce ... read more

Car Safety Tips for Parents with Babies and Toddlers

Car Safety Tips for Parents with Babies and Toddlers

It is important to safeguard your child's safety by taking the appropriate precautions. Your child's safety may be enhanced by being aware of possible threats and understanding how to properly protect them. It's never a bad idea to remind parents of the importance of proper driving safety for children. By following these recommendations, you can demonstrate safe driving etiquette to your kids. 1. Maintain order in the car Distracted driving may result in an accident. The driver's concentration may be impaired by cries, screaming, and fights. Texting, eating, and chatting on the phone are all distractions that raise the risk of an accident. If your children are fighting, you should pull over. Wait until you reach your location before answering or replying to a phone call or text message. Set and enforce clear rules for safe driving habits. 2. Put them in the back seats. Under-13-year-old passengers should always sit in the rear seat. This safeguards them from possibl ... read more

Crash Course on What to do After You've Been in a Car Accident!

Crash Course on What to do After You've Been in a Car Accident!

A car accident can happen very quickly, whether you're at fault or another driver, it's important to know what do if you've been in an accident. Here's how you can prepare for the worst: Straight after the accident Stop the car as soon as possible, turn off the engine and put your hazard lights on to warn other vehicles. It's normal to be shaken up after an accident so make sure to take time to calm down and make sure that you are unharmed, as well as any other passengers that are in the car with you. If there are no injuries, make a note of it to prevent any potential injury claims later. Don't apologise or admit any responsibility until you are completely aware of what happened and how it happened. The shock of the incident may lead you to taking responsibility. This will protect you from any liability if it was not your fault. If anyone is hurt, or the road is being blocked due to the accident, call the police and ambulance immediately ... read more

Featured in Fender Bender Digital Edition March 2022

Featured in Fender Bender Digital Edition March 2022

Click here to peek into the March Edition of Fender Bender featuring DB Orlando! Take a look at pages 33-35.

DB Orlando Collision Has Been Featured as "Best Workplace" by National Magazine

DB Orlando Collision Has Been Featured as "Best Workplace" by National Magazine