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Denver Plastic Bumper Repair/Mobile Business Opportunity

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Bumpers, Then and Now:
In automobiles, a bumper is usually a metal bar or beam, attached the vehicle's front-most and rear-most ends, designed to absorb impact in a collision. Regulations for automobile bumpers have been implemented to allow the car to sustain a low-speed impact without damage to the vehicle's safety systems.

Cars were equipped with bulky, massive, heavy, protruding bumpers to comply with the bumper standards of the 1970s and early 1980s.[18] By the late 1980s most bumpers were concealed by a painted thermoplastic fascia. The thermoplastic currently in use is a combination of polycarbonate and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene called PC/ABS. The internal aspect of the bumper usually consists of a lightweight foam or polyurethane. This foam does not contribute to the impact absorption factor of the bumper, but serves as filler and prevents the thermoplastic fascia from cracking upon impact.

Mobile Business Opportunity

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