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BASE Auto Body & Collision Center provides frame and unibody repairs at our collision center in Elkridge, MD. We work with all vehicle makes and models, including fleets and heavy duty trucks. Our truck and auto body services are designed for motorists and business managers who need to restore vehicle safety, appearance, and performance after an accident. As a collision and auto body repair shop with ASE-certified technicians on staff, we have the right tools and knowledge to complete your service correctly in a timely manner.
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We serve Elkridge, MD, Ellicott City, MD, Hanover, MD, and surrounding areas.
Your vehicle uses either a frame or a unibody depending on how it was manufactured. The purpose of both is the same: to provide a supportive base where other automotive components can connect.
So what's the difference?
Frame: A frame is separate from the vehicle's body. Frames can be constructed in a variety of ways. The C-Shape frame is one of the most common construction methods. A C-Shape frame is created by rolling flat steel on both sides to create a c-shape beam that runs the length of the vehicle. In car construction, the term "body-on-frame" refers to the practice of mounting a vehicle to its frame.
Unibody: In a unibody design, the frame and body of the vehicle are one piece. Unibody designs are gaining in popularity and can be found in many modern vehicles today.
It's important that any frame damage and unibody damage be correctly repaired for the continued, safe operation of your vehicle. At BASE Auto Body & Collision Center, we specialize in collision and auto body work. If an accident leaves your frame or unibody in need of repair, contact us at (410) 796-6704. We're happy to help restore your vehicle to safe condition, so you can drive on the road in confidence again.
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