• Two Killed in Car Collisions from Distracted Driving in Washington

    Click here to know solution for car collisions: Avoid the Threat of Car Collision by Nixing Distracted Driving

    Two people killed in Car Collisions in Tacoma, Washington. The crash occurred on Steele Street on Sunday night. The eye witness said that a 37 year old man Robert was driving his car and hit four cars in a row. Two people killed and four are injured in it. Police investigation is continuous seems alcohol in the case.

    The car crash caused by Robert Delacruz who was driving car and hit other cars. He is charged with fine three times in the past for driving with suspended license and driving wrong. Reports said that Delacruz was in Military and suffering from PTSD from the time when he was in Iraq. He had problems with alcohol.

    Police is waiting for the medical reports to confirm that at the time of crash he was drunk or not. His bracelet is also checked by medical team for alcohol. Police said that he takes a wrong turn while driving and hits a car from front, after that he hits other cars. Second one is a pickup truck and he hits third car at that time but declared dead at the scene. He also hits the fourth car which carries a 6 years old baby. The passengers of fourth car are referred to hospital for life threatening injuries.

    The passengers of fourth car, all are injured seriously and total four people injured in it. Two people were killed in it. One of the four cars catches fire at the place of collision. The road remains closed for some time. The crash happens because he was driving distract which causes by alcohol and don’t know how to avoid distracted driving. If he knows about it then he will surely avoid it.

    March 25, 2016 • News • Views: 353

  • How to Touchup Scratches of Car

    Hey Guys, this is Bonnet King and today I will tell you how to touchup scratches of car. Removing scratches from your car’s body is very important to making it looks like new.

    Sometimes when you drive your car then by a little collision scratches appear on your car’s body. Scratches also appear by ignoring maintenance of vehicle. People have bad habits that can ruin paint of your car. Avoiding these habits will surely help you to maintain the paint of your car. You need to follow the below tips to touchup scratches of your car:

    Steps for Touchup Scratches of Car

    1) Select the Paint: First of all select the paint for touchup that matches to your car. Also select the brush for touchup the scratches. Do not use the brush with fat bristles which comes with paint because it is very big for your work. Brush of size #2 is good for it.

    2) Test the Paint: First of all match the color from your car’s paint. If you got the color code from owner’s manual then you still have to manage the color because color of your car fades from the sun. So you need lighter shades. Test the color at any inconspicuous area of your car.

    3) Wash the Area: If you don’t want to seal the dirt when you fill the scratch and also don’t want to seal the moisture in it then first wash the car properly before the day from touchup so that the scratch can dry properly.

    4) Use Degreaser: Apply degreaser on a piece of cloth and rub it on the scratched area. By using degreaser you can remove the wax or grease from your car. Use a toothpick to check the loose edges of scratches and if any loose edge appears, remove it using toothpick.

    5) Smooth the Scratch: Smooth the scratch by rubbing sandpaper on it. If scratch is very small then you have to make sanding pencil by hole-punching a dot out of grit wet and dry sandpaper gluing it to pencil eraser with rubber cement. Allow it to dry for a night. Clean the area with alcohol and foam swab.

    6) Use the Primer: Use the primer on the scratch before paint using brush. But use the limited amount of primer so that it will not overflow outside the scratch area. When the area is filled then apply the paint on it to fill it slightly. Leave it to dry for 24 hours. Level the area with sandpaper and buff it with good polish.

    March 23, 2016 • Car Care • Views: 598

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