There is currently a debate in our industry over the necessity of pre-repair and post repair scans, so we feel it is important to let you know where we stand. First off, what are pre-repair and post repair scans? Simply put, it is the scanning of your vehicle’s computer before the repair is started and…

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If it’s the beginning of fall, rest assured that Conestoga Collision is going to remind you that deer are everywhere. And so it is that time of year that we must let you know that, yes, there were 3600 collisions in Pennsylvania last year that involved deer strike. And though safety technology has lessened the…

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Yesterday, Gov. Tom Wolf signed a law to take effect in some 15 months which will mandate it so that many first time DUI offenders will have the option of driving with an Interlock system in their vehicle for up to a year as opposed to losing their license outright. The law will not extend…

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According to a recent article in the Boston Globe, a study from the Governors Highway Safety Association reports that pedestrian deaths are up significantly nationwide, though down here in Pennsylvania. It would appear as though some of the usual suspects are to blame for the jump in pedestrian fatalities. Cell phones are reported to have…

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No, we are not talking about the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. We are referring to the craziness that occurs on area roads all throughout the month of March. We have already seen some cars in these past few weeks come into the shop with nasty dents from falling trees and branches as a result of…

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Now that you have read the title, know that things don’t get much more cheery from here. AAA’s 100 Deadliest Days refers to the days from late spring through the end of summer wherein teen drivers are driving more, driving later into the evening and ultimately dying and causing more death from behind the wheel.…

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All week there have been images all over the news shows from Atlanta of tied up highways and travelers stranded due to icy roads. Of course they also have to show the obligatory shots of cars sliding sideways down a hill into a median, pole or another vehicle. Always a good time as long as…

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