While a small bump may seem minor, a fender bender can do a surprising amount of damage to your car. Before you drive off from the accident, there are some things you need to check that could make your vehicle unsafe to drive, or may lead to further damage down the road. The Problem with
When we think about collision damage, we usually think about bent body panels, broken lights and smashed front and rear ends. What about the inside of your car? Between air bags, seat belts, interior panels, and seats, there’s a lot that can be damaged in the cab, even if it remains intact after the accident.
Rear end collisions are the most common type of car accident in the U.S: the NHTSA estimates that 40% of all collisions involve rear-end damage, which is around 6 million accidents per year. Worse still, the design of modern cars means that the full damage from these accidents is often hidden. At first glance, it