Owners David and April Payne
About: Terry's Glass & Auto Body of Ackerman is a full service auto repair facility, We can repair or replace absolutely everything on your vehicle. Mission: We invite you to bring your vehicle in to our facility and to experience a greater measure of excellence. If your vehicle is not drivable, towing services are available. Please don't hesitate to call us! Company Overview: Accidents happen. Whether it's a small scratch or major repair, you need an auto repair facility that will work with you to get your vehicle back to its pre-accident condition in a timely manner. Terry's Glass & Auto Body Repair is that facility. Anything and everything on your vehicle can be damaged during an accident - from the tip of your antenna to where the tread of your tires meets the pavement we can repair or replace absolutely everything on your vehicle. Description: At Terry's Glass & Auto Repair, our knowledgeable staff is ready to serve you by offering free, fast and ACCURATE written estimates of repair. All of our technicians are fully qualified. And all of our repairs are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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“Your Car…Your Choice”
is our slogan to remind our customers that you have the right to take your vehicle to any repair shop of your choice. Insurance companies like to “persuade” you to take your vehicle into a repair shop within their network for their own benefit. Our repairs come with a Lifetime Warranty even if we are not a “preferred” vendor with your insurance company. So please feel confident in letting the insurance company know that you have chosen Terry's Glass & Auto Body Shop for your auto body repairs.
Get Off My Tail!
I Really Don’t Need a Body Shop or Hospital Visit Today
We have all seen the drivers who seem like they just want to crash right into our rear bumper. Maybe they don’t like our license plate number so they get as close to our vehicle so that they can’t see it? Maybe they just have somewhere to go and being right on our behind will get them there five seconds quicker? Who knows why people tailgate, but it is not only a dangerous habit to have or pick up, it is a safety issue and downright dangerous.
Am I a Tailgater?
It is important to maintain a sufficient amount of space between yourself and the car in front of you. This space can be referred to as the “cushion of space.” Let’s all think real hard back to our permit test. OK, for some so you can’t remember that far back but the cushion of space is 3-6 seconds and allows us to be able to react to any possible moves the other driver may do. A good rule of thumb is the more space, the better. If you cannot tell if you are tailgating the driver in front of you, pick an object on the side of the road ahead of you, such as a bush or a tree. If you get to that item before three seconds, then you are too close. If it takes you three seconds or longer to reach the item, you are perfect, bravo for you!
Yep, the vehicle behind me is definitely tailgating me.
If you are the person who is being tailgated, you should let them pass. Tailgaters are not the type of drivers that you want behind you so it is best to either switch lanes or pull off to the side of the road and allow them to pass. When you have a tailgater behind you, you have to make sure you don’t get angry or upset, as this can lead to road rage and potentially lead to a confrontation or an accident. The news reports of road rage involving guns should make you consider the type of person you may be dealing with when they are right on your tail.
Winterize your car.
Winterizing your car essentially means preparing your vehicle for the cold winter season. With proper planning, you can prevent or at least prepare for many of the car-related problems caused by freezing temperatures. Just as it's necessary for us to put on a coat, hat and gloves in cold weather, our cars need a similar kind of attention if they're going to function at their best potential. Most importantly make sure you have enough anti-freeze in your vehicle you can purchase a tester from your local parts house.
7 tips to winterize your car
The winter months can be a strain on your vehicle. Don’t know what to do to get your vehicle ready for winter? Here are seven simple tips that will ensure your vehicle will run smoothly this winter:
Coolant: When temperatures drop below freezing your engine needs the right mixture of antifreeze to keep the fluids from freezing. Your winter ratio should be 60 percent coolant to 40 percent water. Most antifreeze solutions you buy in the store come premixed. But you can check your radiator’s mixture using an antifreeze tester.
Battery: Cold temperatures can sap the life out of your battery. Check to make sure your cable connections are snug. If the posts are corroded, clean them using baking soda, water, and a metal brush. Also, check the fluid levels in your battery. If the level is below the bottom of the cap, refill with distilled water.
Tires: If you live in a place where snow falls, you should swap your regular tires for a set of snow tires or all-weather tires. Snow tires have deeper tread and will help your car maneuver better in snowy conditions.
Windshield: Make sure you have an ice scraper on hand and also check your wiper blades to ensure they are in good working order. Other vehicles will throw slush onto your windshield, hampering visibility. Use a windshield wiper fluid with antifreeze and make sure your fluid container is full. Don’t drive with a windshield obscured by ice.
Locks: Sometimes icy weather can freeze your door locks. Make sure you have a can of de-icing solution handy this winter, which can quickly unfreeze those locks.
Engine oil: When the outside temperature drops, the oil takes on a thicker consistency and doesn’t circulate as well in an engine. You may want to switch to a less viscous oil. For example, if you normally use 10W-30, switch over to 5W-30.
Emergency Kit: Check to make sure your spare tire is in good shape. Pack some gloves, warm clothes, road flares and a shovel in case you are stranded. Also pack blankets, a flashlight, jumper cables and antifreeze. Stow an extra can of oil, too.
Have a fun and safe winter-driving season!
The Driving in Snow and Ice driving safety tip provides advice for how to deal with problems you may face while driving. Use this and our other driving safety tips to prepare yourself for any situation you may encounter while on the roads.
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