How to Protect Car Upholstery?

Answer Stains and mildew on your car upholstery can make your car smell bad and look old. Most upholstery stains are the result of everyday spills and accidents. Applying protective agents to your car uph... Read More »

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How to Protect the Upholstery on a New Car?

A new car is a pricey investment, especially with the average price of a new car at nearly $30,000. As with all investments, consumers should protect their automobiles. Pets and children have a rep... Read More »

If your employer has a 'non-owned auto' policy does it protect you while running business errands in your personal car or just protect the employer?

Answer Non-owned auto coverage protects your company in the event your company is sued as a result of an auto accident that you or one of the employees has in a personal vehicle while on company bu... Read More »

How to Get Gum off of Car Upholstery?

No matter how careful you are with your car's upholstery, accidents happen. You can ban people from chewing gum in your car, but you can't stop them from accidentally sitting in gum and transferrin... Read More »

How to Sew Car Upholstery?

Car interiors that are used regularly and for long periods of time will start to show wear. Small tears or fraying of the upholstery might occur on car seats and lead to the padding coming out. Ho... Read More »