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Bumper Repair Shop


What function should bumpers serve?      

Bumpers should be designed to protect car bodies from damage in low-speed collisions, absorbing crash energy without significant damage to the bumper itself.  Low-speed crashes occur by the thousands every day on congested streets and parking lots -- the kind of impacts in which effective bumpers can mean the difference between lots of costly damage and none at all.  A 2002 Institute study of vehicles brought to 5 insurance drive-in claims centers in a major metropolitan area found that about 14 percent of all claims for auto damage involve parking lot collisions.

What are bumpers made of?  

Bumpers on today's cars generally consist of a plastic cover and underneath, a reinforcement bar made of steel, aluminum, fiberglass composite, or plastic.  A bumper system also should include mechanisms that compress to absorb crash energy -- polypropylene foam or plastic honeycomb, also called "egg crate," is often used.  For a bumper to be effective, there must be some distance between the reinforcement bar and the sheet metal it should protect.


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