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Springtime Is Tire Time—for Driver Safety! [Infographic]

Painted car tire with flowers growing inside

Spring has sprung at last. Snow is melting, sap is running, birds are singing—and beautiful potholes are blooming in our roads all across the land.

Winter is rough not just on roads but on tires as well. What with sand, salt, brutal temperature swings, bouts of liquid and frozen precipitation, and the resulting unexpected divots dotting public thoroughfares, tires can get worn down, damaged, deteriorated, and badly deflated. Thankfully, summer is just around the corner.

We at Keri Coach Works are always ready to repair any dents or dings your vehicle may sustain from auto collisions. But we would much rather that it wasn’t involved in an accident in the first place. Regular maintenance is the #1 step all vehicle owners should take for safe, incident-free driving. And when the vernal equinox rolls around, the most important preventative care you can do involves your tires. To that end, we offer this handy springtime guide to seasonal tire maintenance.

Winter Safe Driving Tips [Infographic]

Snow-covered road

As mentioned in our previous blog article, if there is anything better than getting your car repaired at Keri Coach Works when it is involved in a collision, it is not needing to get it repaired at all!

You may have noticed that much of the country is buried in snow, and our collective teeth are now audibly chattering, thanks to the Polar Vortex and the most recent Arctic blast it has sent our way. The resulting combination of cold, ice, sleet, snow, and careless drivers has created winter road conditions that make driving not just difficult but downright dangerous. For that reason, we have prepared this infographic to remind even the most seasoned drivers how to stay safe when inclement weather throws us a fast ball.

Welcome in the New Year with These Driver Safety Resolutions [Infographic]

Happy New Year in lights

Much as we are dedicated to restoring your damaged vehicle to like-new condition, we are even more dedicated to our customers’ safety and welfare. If there is anything better than getting your car repaired if it is involved in a collision, it is not needing to get it repaired at all! In that spirit, we hope you will follow these six simple resolutions to help ensure you and your car get through 2019 without any unpleasant mishaps.

Happy New Year from Keri Coach Works!

In Case of Collision… [Infographic]

Fender Bender

You may be surprised, if not shocked. You may even be sore or slightly injured. And you most certainly will be frazzled. In short, after an automobile collision, thinking straight is the last thing on your mind. Which is the reason for today’s blog. We’re here to help.

No one ever expects to be involved in a car crash. But however good a driver you think you are, that is no guarantee that someday it won’t happen to you. The imporant thing, then, is to be prepared for that eventuality. Always keep a first-aid kit in your vehicle, along with a cell phone, pen and paper, and a disposable camera (not to mention your driver’s license, car registration, and insurance card). Beyond that, there are a number of important steps you should take (and, in some cases, by law must take) after your vehicle has been involved in a collision.