Often times used cars come with more than just the normal wear and tear that owner’s place on them. How should you handle things if you’re looking at a vehicle that’s been in an accident? First, you should always do your ‘due diligence’ when purchasing any used vehicle. Always do a search on CARFAX or Autocheck ... More
As we close in on the wet weather that our Pacific Northwest Fall and Winter can throw at us, it’s important to make sure your wiper blades are performing as they should. As a rule, you should replace your blades every six months, or as soon as they begin to fail. There are four conditions ... More
Worn tires are a very real hazard, and the cause of many accidents. When replacing worn tires, there are several things you need to think about to ensure that you’re handling things correctly. For the best results it’s always best to replace all four tires at the same time. That said, we understand that many times, ... More
If you’ve “totaled” your vehicle in an accident, there are a few very important pieces of information you need to be aware of when it comes to dealing with your auto insurance claim. Don’t just take your insurance company’s word on the value and payout of a claim. Remember that they are, of course, there ... More
When you have a wreck, there are tons of autobody shops you can go to, but very few manufacturer certified with a team of Certified Repair Technicians that we at Beaverton Auto Body & Paint have. Yeah, it sounds like a boast and a plug, but it’s something we’re extremely proud of. Not every shop goes through the ... More
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Mon – Fri 7:30am to 6:00pm
4330 SW 142nd Ave.
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
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