In this tutorial, we learn how to inspect bumper damage on a vehicle. On older vehicles, there is a metal absorber filled with fluid, so you would be able to see the amount of damage done. This would be able to tell you how far the bumper went in, and if it hit anything important in the vehicle. In newer vehicles, they are reinforced with a type of Styrofoam on the outside. Just because a vehicle doesn't show damage on the outside, doesn't mean there isn't damage underneath the car. So, always get underneath the car and look to see if you see any damage or cracks. These tips will help you know the extent of damage on your vehicle in just minutes.
It’s Cyber Monday on WonderHowTo! Don’t miss out on all the big sales in the Gadget Hacks shop and Null Byte shop. Use code CMSAVE20 to save on everything, and use CMSAVE40 for all things apps and software. For online courses, apply code CMSAVE70 for the biggest discounts.