Certified Lexus Collision Repair

factory authorized Lexus repair centreYou’ve always known quality. That’s why you invested in a Lexus. You rely on your vehicle to get around, and you rely on your vehicle to get away. Like maybe to Whistler for the weekend.

But sometimes accidents happen when you least expect it

 

Lexus Certified Collision Repair Service.

The first thing you need to do is find a Factory Authorized Lexus Collision Repair Centre to get your premium vehicle looking and running like new again. You’ll need original factory replacement parts, and you’ll need professional grade workmanship. The kind that’s best for your Lexus.

You’re in luck. Because B&D Autobody and Glass is a Factory Authorized Lexus Repair Centre in the Vancouver area. Call us today at 604-255-6383 and we’ll help you get around, and we’ll help you get away once again -quickly and painlessly.

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BMW Alloy Wheel Repair

BMW alloy wheel repair by B&D Autobody in Vancouver.Get great results every time!

Wheel damage to your BMW alloy wheels can occur from something as minor as touching a roadside curb or from damage made during a collision.

In cases where the damage is purely superficial, our Certified BMW alloy wheel repair technicians can deliver the highest quality results using the very latest in BMW alloy wheel repair technology.

In the unlikely event of more serious structural damage, our BMW Certified repair specialists may recommend a wheel replacement. We’ll advise you on the right road to follow.

B&D Autobody & Glassyour Certified BMW Repair Centre

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BMW Spot Paint Repair

BMW spot paint repair

Making paint chips & scratches disappear.

Spot paint repair for your BMW should match BMW’s strict standards of excellence. B&D Autobody is a BMW Certified Repair Centre and provides the right expertise in getting your BMW looking great again.

Paint damage can be caused by vandalism, accidents or road hazards such as stone chip paint damage. Paint damage always detracts from the otherwise perfect appearance of your BMW and can affect your vehicle’s resale value.

By implementing the environmentally friendly BMW ColorSystem –and using a special treatment and partial painting, it is possible to repair small or big scratches quickly and accurately. The result is perfection , the work is invisible –and the appearance of your BMW restored to its former glory.

B&D Autobody & Glass-your BMW Certified Repair Centre

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BMW & Mini Certified Collision Centre

BMW and Mini Certified Repair
The BMW and MINI Certified technicians at B&D Autobody know that in most accidents there’s often more damage than meets the eye. Even a minor collision can undermine your vehicle’s structural integrity, mechanical systems, electronics, and performance.

Vancouver’s Official BMW & MINI Certified Collision Repair Centre

BMW & MINI Certified Collision Repair Centres are the only collision repair centres that have the specialized technology, tools, and technicians to ensure your BMW or MINI’s various systems are restored to their original factory safety specifications.

Even with minor repairs, it’s important to take major care and do the work right –using BMW and MINI-approved procedures and equipment.

And because B&D Autobody is an official BMW and Mini Repair Certified, we can issue a Certificate of Repair guaranteeing that your MINI or BMW was restored by specially trained technicians, using only original MINI or BMW parts.

Call B&D Autobody at 604-255-6383, the official BMW and Mini Certified Repair Centre in Vancouver.

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DIY Bug Remover

B&D Glass RepairPlanning a cross country road trip this summer? Bugs on your windsheild?
Don’t forget the Coke!

Coke (or Pepsi) can do a quick and dirty job tearing through thick layers of insects, grime, and crap. Pour the soda on to a rag and wash your windshield then rinse with a wet cloth or your regular windshield wipers. Just be careful to avoid getting coke on your paint job. This isn’t the best solution if your car is sitting at home, but if you’re stuck on the road…this works great!

For stone chips on your windsheild, better to call B&D Autobody and Glass –and get it fixed right!

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DIY Fix For Foggy Headlights

clear up foggy headlights

 

You don’t need to spend a lot of your hard earned cash to clear up foggy head lamps. The cloudy yellow film you see on headlights is oxidization. and all you’ll need is a simple abrasive to clear them up.
For the plastic lens covers you will need 4 things:

  1. WATER
  2. TOOTHPASTE
  3. WIPING PAD
  4. PAPER TOWELS
  • Apply the toothpaste to the lens with paper towels, liberally
  • Now wet your pad and gently but firmly rub it onto the lens cover
  • After a minute or two, give the lens a dousing of water using a spritzer bottle and wipe clean with paper towels
  • Repeat if necessary

There you have it. A simple hack that will make your lens covers look shiny and new.

 

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Taking A Mini Road Trip

Mini road tripAs spring begins to awaken our spirits, it can be fun to just “wing it” and take a weekend road trip –a mini getaway. But planning ahead for your mini driving vacation could keep more money in your pocket so you can have more fun on your journey.

For instance, many drivers on extended road trips only fill up when the gas tank gets low. But what if you were able to map out the cheapest places to stop for gas instead of simply filling up when you have no choice? It can save you a ton of money! Also, making hotel reservations online can often be much cheaper than paying after simply showing up.

Don’t want to pay for greasy fast food on the go? Pack a lunch! Not only will this save you money, but it’ll be much healthier and help keep you alert and awake while driving.

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Tips For Spring Cleaning Your Vehicle

Spring cleaning your Mini.Freshening the interior.

Use a vacuum to remove debris and dirt from the seats, floor mats, rugs, and trunk. A rented steam cleaner works well for deep cleaning stains, but those can get expensive. Try a household spray-on carpet cleaner first. For leather trim, use a leather cleaner. Clean the inside of windows with glass cleaner, but spray directly onto your cloth to avoid streaking.

Restoring the exterior shine.

First, move into the shade. Never wash or wax a car in direct sunlight, or if the paint is hot to the touch. Bright sun can soften the paint and make it more susceptible to scratching. And don’t use dish detergent on your car. Use a dedicated car-wash soap designed for use on automotive paint. Fill a bucket with plenty of water, and apply the suds with a clean natural sponge or a lamb’s-wool mitt.

Maintenance checks.

Spring is also a great time to check your windshield wipers for wear and tear after battling snow and ice. If they’re leaving streaks, it’s probably time for new blades. Tests have found that most blades are ready for replacement by just six months, but you can try extending their service life by wiping them with a cloth and glass cleaner before removing them.

Under the hood.

Clean engine parts with plain soap and water or with a commercial degreasing product, like Gunk. Be careful, though, not to get electrical connections wet. Be particularly attentive to keeping water away from the fuse box, cable junctions, and the large electrical connectors near the firewall.

If the battery terminals are growing white encrusted fuzz, clean the battery with a damp rag soaked with a solution of water and baking soda. Use a stiff toothbrush dipped in the baking-soda solution for the tough parts.

Giving your vehicle a good spring cleaning is a great way way to prepare yourself for those soon-to-come summer vacation trips.

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BMW Winter Maintenance

BMW auto repairOld man winter can be rough on any car and washing your BMW is a good opportunity to take a look for any possible extra damage that may have happened during harsher driving conditions.

This could be what amounts to scrapes in your body paint or minor stone cracks in the windshield, which often require only repairing the chips themselves –without replacing the entire windshield.

No body shop knows your BMW better than B&D Autobody and Glass. You see, BMW made us an Authorized BMW Auto Repair Centre because we know the value and intricacies of your investment.

Your BMW is worth every penny it costs to own one. The craftsmanship and durability of this automobile can be dramatically extended with very simple car care done on a routine basis. A little extra time to do routine maintenance will see to it that your BMW will be the gemstone of the highway for many years to come.

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Conquer Winter With a Mini

conquer winter with a MiniMINI: The Undisputed Sultan of Snow

Did you know the Mini has the features you need to get you through the most challenging winter weather conditions? Like 3-stage heated seats and backrest, electric front windshield and side mirror defrosters, heated windshield washer jets, auto wipers in reverse, automatic rain sensors, cornering brake control (CBC) to help you negotiate those unexpected slippery bends, and a whole lot of other stuff to make your MINI experience safe and pleasant in any winter conditions.

I love my Mini

 

Click HERE to find out why so many people “…love their Minis!”

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