Please contact us for a tour of our facility. We are proud to show you what we’ve been able to do for other Philadelphia-area auto body customers. We will introduce you to the technology and services that allow us to precisely diagnose framework repair. Likewise, our painting system is unmatched by any collision repair shop in the area. You will see why we are the leader in luxury auto body repair. Call us for your tour today at 610-522-1012
It is the law in Pennsylvania to remove snow and ice from your vehicle before driving. The Pennsylvania Snow/Ice Removal Law was put into effect in 2006 after a woman died a year earlier. The woman died after ice fell off of a tractor-trailer she was behind. The ice smashed through her vehicle.
According to Title 75 § 4524, drivers must have a clear, unobstructed, view of the road at all times. Snow and ice must be removed from all windows before driving. Failure to comply with this statute is a primary offense, which means state troopers and local officers may initiate traffic stops for violations.
Additional penalties exist if falling snow or ice causes serious injures or kills another party, as described in Title 75 § 3720. If snow or ice comes loose from your vehicle and strikes another vehicle or pedestrian causing serious bodily injury or death, you are subject to a fine of up to $1,000 for each offense.
Remember to plan ahead for winter weather conditions and make sure you have an ice scraper and snow brush in your car.
Our technicians are ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified.
Why is ASE certification is important?
Because its purpose is to protect vehicle owners and provide the peace of mind people expect when they take their car into a shop. The ASE certifies individuals who have completed an automotive repair training program and tests to ensure they know how to work on mechanical, electrical and other automotive systems. Looking for peace of mind when it comes to your repair? Then Finish Line Collision is your place!
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Last month we showed you the most expensive car in the world. Well, what about the smallest car?? The Peel P50 is a three-wheeled microcar originally made from 1962 to 1965 by the Peel Engineering Company on the Isle of Man. It was listed in the 2010 Guinness World Records as the smallest production car ever made.
Let's talk windshield wipers. How often do you replace them? Do you know the signs to look for when they need to be replaced?
Wiper blades should be replaced every six months to a year or as soon as you notice a difference in driving visibility. When wiper blades no longer make proper contact with the windshield surface, they can begin to squeak, chatter, skip, smear or streak reducing driving visibility.
We belong to an exclusive group of auto repair centers. We are an Audi Authorized Aluminum Repair Center. One of less than 200 nationwide. What does that mean? That means that our technicians have been trained by Audi and only use Audi genuine parts and specialized tools to repair your vehicle, giving you peace of mind that your Audi will be restored to factory specifications to help keep you safe.
You've been in an accident and your car is totaled. What should you do now?
The Insurance Company responsible for your claim must pay for the cost of an equal replacement vehicle or provide you with a replacement vehicle. It is their choice (per Pennsylvania law). They may offer you a dollar amount for your vehicle (less the pre-agreed upon amount of your deductible). If you do not feel this is an adequate amount, you will need to substantiate your claim for a higher dollar amount with independent written evidence showing the worth of a similar vehicle (year, model, mileage, condition, and options) located in the same market area.