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Stay up to date with what’s new at Bavarian Body Works’ Atlanta auto body shop by checking out our latest blog posts. For more than 30 years, we’ve been delivering auto repair and collision solutions to the Atlanta and Marietta, GA, areas. Conveniently located in Midtown, Bavarian Body Works serves all of metro Atlanta – just minutes away from Buckhead, Downtown, Georgia Tech and Virginia Highland. We provide the highest quality auto body repair in Atlanta, including repairs on foreign vehicle makes and models. If you expect impeccable service, then give us a call at (404) 476-3900 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to serving you and making sure your Atlanta auto body repair is top-notch.
Sometimes an Atlanta road or highway feels a bit like a yard sale with the contents of a poorly secured truck or van spilled across lanes. At other times, car parts from fender-benders or hits to the curb litter the road with hubcaps, tire treads or even the occasional bumper. Road debris is more than unsightly, though.…Read More
While plenty of folks still turn in a leased car for a new model every two years, many people are keeping their cars for longer. Whether it’s for financial reasons, convenience or just because they like their vehicle, the average driver keeps a car for at least six years. Cars today are designed to last longer…Read More
If you’ve been in a fender-bender, hit a curb or even just rattled through a pothole or two, your vehicle’s wheel alignment may be a little worse for the wear. Proper alignment protects your investment in your tires, gives you a smoother ride and makes your car run more efficiently. It should be part of…Read More
After an accident, it can feel frustrating to learn from the insurance company that your car is totaled. While it’s sometimes clear that a car is beyond repair, “totaled” is more of an insurance valuation matter than a verdict on whether the vehicle is actually fixable. So what are your options if your vehicle is…Read More
Checking your transmission fluid used to be a regular part of home auto maintenance for many drivers. You’d pop the hood, find the transmission dipstick, and make sure the level and condition of the fluid was good. Transmission fluid usually has a pinkish-red color, darkening as it begins to degrade. If it was headed in…Read More