If your bumper is like so many of ours, then it has some dings and dents in them, after all, it’s what they’re built to withstand. And while it’s true, the bumper does protect the rest of the vehicle against more serious damage, your bumper needs to be taken care of too. So if you […]
There isn’t really a storm damage season, as really any weather in any season can damage our vehicles, but with snow and hail and dead tree branches making a nice trifecta for car damage, here are some important things to remember if your car is on the receiving end of any type of damage. If […]
The last thing you want to start researching or asking about or wondering in the middle of an accident is “What do I do now? Who fixes my car? How do I pay for this? Who is responsible for paying for this? How do I contact my insurance company?” If you can remember only one […]
Fred Beans CARSTAR repairs more vehicles each year that have been damaged by snow or ice than in any other driving conditions. The months between October and February are some of the most dangerous months for driving. We wanted you to have the right safety information so you can stay safe on the roads this year, […]
Sometimes a minor issue can give you major headaches – and sometimes, it yields major kudos instead. Like everybody, we like it when the latter happens, as it did for one customer who wrote to us recently.
As one of our most familiar organizations, the American Automobile Association—or “Triple A”—has the backs of millions of drivers across the country. That’s why Fred Beans Collision & Towing in Doylestown is pleased to be named among the nominees for AAA’s 2010 Service Providers of Excellence awards program for the AAA Mid-Atlantic chapter.
…that Fred Beans Collision is a AAA-approved repair shop? Also, many insurance companies have authorized Fred Beans Collision to carry out accident repairs—no need to wait for an appraisal by an insurance adjuster.
Fred Beans Towing in Doylestown has just implemented 24-Hour Roadside Assistance with Mobile Battery Service to respond to your calls when you’re stranded with a dead or weak battery.