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we all do everything humanly possible to.avoid accidents but some are simply.unavoidable.[Music].[Applause].[Music].[Music].the need to mass-produce cars more.cheaply brought about the introduction.of the monocoque or chasse les method of.vehicle bodybuilding earlier this.century.today's motorcar often described as.being of unitized or integral.construction has now been developed to.meet very tough safety standards at the.same time it must be able to attract.purchasers in a marketplace that becomes.more competitive.day by day monocoque body work can be.designed to meet stringent safety.requirements it can form a very strong.passenger safety cell and with.energy-absorbing crumple zones a high.level of occupant protection during.impact is possible detail modifications.to the body design the way each panel is.joined to its neighbor for example has.also made the bodies suitable for.extensive anti-corrosion treatment.another plus point for many buyers.corrosion prevention is taken to the.ultimate level with the use of.galvanized steel high-strength Steel's.are now used by many makers but only.some use it to any great extent four.body panels generally weight is reduced.to aid performance rather than greatly.improving the strength of the body and.is noticeable in the use of thinner but.stronger material present-day body.design and high-quality manufacture can.provide long life with safety always.assured equipped this body with the many.different active safety features.available and it seems impossible that.accidents could ever happen but they do.and it is the joint responsibility of.the estimator and the panel beater to.restore the shape and the safety of the.bodywork the painter protects it and the.mechanic reassembles the life-giving.systems all these personnel contribute.to a successful and a cost-effective.repair but it is the panel beater who.probably has the most critical job when.finished the car must certainly look.good but the bodywork must also be.rebuilt to factory standards the safety.cell as safe as before and with crumple.zones that absorb impact energy.as they were designed to do above all.the parameter is responsible for.ensuring that the steering and.suspension are correctly positioned this.most basic but all-important safety.system can only do its job if the.components are in their correct place.and at the proper angle on many vehicles.there is little and sometimes no.adjustment to overcome built-in errors.all these obligations demand from the.panel Vita and awareness of present-day.constructional techniques and knowledge.of the materials that may be used during.production galvanized coatings and.high-strength Steel's positively.prohibit the use of heat to relieve.stress beating the stressed areas is the.most effective method cooling will also.demand particular care where.high-strength steel is involved the.damage must be eased out with frequent.stress relief by beating often thinner.sections of this material are used which.may give rise to tearing unless the load.can be spread or a multiple pull.employed even so careful watching and.frequent inspection are essential if.problems are to be avoided where a.vehicle has a high level of.anti-corrosion frequent or it is made of.galvanized steel there should be little.or no corrosion and the damage and.pulling work will be virtually the same.as for a new car because a great deal of.effort may be needed to pull out.crumpled bodywork only good quality.equipment designed and made for the.purpose should be used any component.that his suspect should be replaced and.always always use a safety stop on the.pulling attachment and chain this.program was made using several types of.equipment from Audi Volkswagens approved.supplier Salette they include bench.mounted measuring equipment a floor.anchored pulling and repair system and a.full bench based pulling and bracket.rebuilding system loading the vehicle.onto equipment is often undertaken in a.hazard.mana apart from personal danger the.equipment or the car may sustain damage.through the use of inadequate lifting.devices in general trolley Jack should.be used only as a last resort and even.then only on components due for renewal.as a rule only lift at the car makers.recommended points and use a to post or.mobile hoist the lifting of heavy.components of the straightening.equipment is also a hazard for the panel.beater injuries from lifting mainly to.the back top the list of industrial.accidents and illnesses lifting should.not be done with a bent back the back.should be held straight and the.cantilever action of the legs used for.the lift heavy items may also be dropped.and industrial Footwear is essential.shoes or boots rated at 120 joules may.suffice but those of 200 joules are.better full details of all personal.protective equipment can be found in the.program look after yourself remember the.law holds the operative responsible for.health and safety as well as the manager.damage assessment is common to both the.estimator and to the panel Beto who will.straighten and rebuild the vehicle there.are four main factors to consider the.direction and nature of the primary.impact in all three planes secondary.damage from reaction components.occupants and load additional damage.from other sources after the initial.impact problems arising from poor.pre-accident condition in this programme.the demonstrator is seen taking notes as.if compiling an estimate a panel beater.is more likely to check an existing.estimate for the content and scope of.the job each inspection is important the.estimator is initially interested in.obtaining and controlling the job.whereas the panel beta is getting to.know what needs doing and how it may be.done tricking the job before starting is.particularly important when.estimating is a little less than.thorough assessment commences with a.walk round to gain an overall impression.of the scope of the job the shapes of.all symmetrical panels are checked and.their relationship with those adjacent.to them.for example the tailgate the roof panel.above it and the sill panel below should.form a symmetrical pattern when viewed.from directly behind the car close.examination starts at the impacted area.there is obviously under bonnet damage.and sure enough the crumple zone in the.chassis leg has done its job the front.right wing and the nearby door.particularly the gaps between them are.checked no surprises here the gap has.closed up moving along to the B post the.roof panel is checked for creases that.would indicate compression of the.passenger cell or for other damage light.reflection and touch are used to good.effect dropping down to the B post door.misalignment is obvious and is also.shown by the contour lines the door is.open to check the door shut as might be.expected the door fouls the front wing.continuing now to the rear our.demonstrator squats down to look along.the body side again using light.reflection to check the panels the.contour lines are particularly useful.passing across the undamaged rear the.damaged left rear door is now examined.the door trim is missing and the wing.guard loosened taking no chances.the demonstrator checks thoroughly.but is this part of the accident or did.it already exist it could be secondary.damage from striking an obstacle or.another vehicle by the time of repair of.course that decision should have been.made.moving now to the damage left front wing.gaps and general shape are checked the.absence of the flash' repeater draws.attention to that area.returning to the front the bonnet is.lowered and a final check made of the.major damaged area.a thorough underbody inspection is a.vital part of damage assessment the ease.of access of a to post hoist is.particularly useful in this case the.damaged structural members can be seen.from a different angle and parts hidden.from above are in view wheels are turned.to check for buckles all visible.components and pipe work can be examined.and the underbody checked for signs of.impact deformation and corrosion the.condition of the sills will be of.interest for it's here that the clamps.will be attached that help anchor the.car against the reaction of pulling.anti-corrosion coatings are also.important any damage even if not related.to the accident should be reported after.lowering the hoist the interior can be.checked apart from primary damage the.interior could be damaged or soiled by.the impact from occupants or load on.vehicles fitted with the pro content.system there may be damage to the dash.assembly and of course the system itself.will need renewal and resetting it's.sometimes difficult to discover the full.extent of the damage inflicted to a.vehicle but every reasonable effort.should be made to do so particularly.where the repair cost is close to.write-off value for the panel beater.expected to rebuild the vehicle to.factory standards an overall.understanding of what is damaged and in.what way is the first step in that.process one other check that can help in.diagnosis is the measurement of wheel.alignment and steering geometry allied.to this is the need to check that cars.which have stabilized steering are.equipped with the correct wheels in.correct offset can alter or cancel this.superb safety feature.measuring wheel alignment can confirm an.opinion based on visual signs and.experience but of course it does more.than that it provides firm facts precise.figures which pinpoint any problem the.same is true of body damage assessment.visual signs and experience can be used.effectively especially where the damage.is dealt with frequently but only by.actually checking positions or.dimensions will the truth or distortion.of the bodywork be confirmed by precise.measurements this car is to the.untrained eye perfectly normal but the.professional notices that the bonnet and.the doors do not line up too well and a.newly fitted anti-roll bar is misplaced.to one side the displacement has been.cleaned to make it easily seen it's the.perfect subject for a measuring system.the Salette metro mm system is used here.it is based on a simple ladder frame.which is laid on a perfectly level base.in this case a standard Salette mobile.bench suspended over the bench on for.jacking silk lamps is the vehicle to be.measured the accuracy of the readings.depends on how well the frame and.vehicle are aligned to each other this.is easily done the body is jacked or.lowered until the least damaged section.of the body is at the correct height the.frame is moved laterally to line up with.the vehicle centerline and the length.wise measuring tape is simply moved to.its datum position the first step is to.find the data sheet and attach it to the.car data sheets follow the same basic.format and they always show location of.the measurement points table 1 giving.details of the measuring adapters and.the correct measurements for complete.vehicles table 2 which has identical.information for body shells without.mechanical units.and this part has width readings with.length figures for each position just.below special items of information are.also shown together with the set up for.the measurement of a front suspension.strut mountings.the first information needed is the.position and settings for the SIL clamps.these are measured off on the sills and.marked with masking tape.Silke lamp carriers are mounted to the.bench on eccentric shafts inserted into.these are jacking silk lamps raised or.lowered by large triangular nuts on top.and locked by an identical nut below.scales on the sides of the carriers are.used to position the jackin sill clamps.laterally the height of each clamp is.also preset by scales recessed into the.pillars of the sill clamps but the.triangular nuts are not tightened at.this time a mobile hoist is used to.raise the car and the bench moved into.place.Silke lamp positions are checked and.adjusted if necessary both laterally and.to bring them centrally and other tape.marks notice how the demonstrator uses.his leg to take the main weight of the.carrier when he moves it the SIL clamp.bar is now rotated upwards to lock the.carrier to the bench.the car is lowered to just above the.sill clamps any final adjustment is made.and then it is lowered fully into place.the hoist is now removed.and the measuring frame entered with the.arrow to the front.Silke lamps are closed up but not.tightened lower triangular pillow nuts.are also let loose.with the fittings unit close by and the.data sheet handy the half bridges which.carry the made-up adapters are installed.on their trolleys the red mark is to the.outside the width readings on the data.sheet under pan few determine where the.different lengths are installed.they are retained with an Allen screw.here we see the makeup and installation.of the carrier and adapter for point.eight one of the main datum positions.carry a 150 millimeter extension it just.clips in and adaptor L which also clips.in the carrier assembly is fitted to the.half bridge and retained with a thumb.screw then the whole assembly is moved.about until the adapter can fully enter.its location when the carrier locking.ring is lightly tightened its most.important that adapters are properly.fitted into or onto their locations at.the other chosen main datum point number.five the carrier assembly is made up in.a similar way except that the adapter.fits over a front suspension mounting.bolt with the carrier assembly is fitted.at the four chosen datum points the.height is set with the jacking SIL.clamps the lower triangular nuts are.still loose.alignment of the car centerline to the.measuring system is done by sliding the.frame laterally until the four half.bridges give correct readings now that.the measuring system and the body are.aligned to each other the SIL clamps and.the lower triangular sill clamp nuts are.tightened longitudinal alignment is.simply set by moving the tape to the.datum position the frame is now clamped.to the bench with eccentric washers and.all settings are rechecked.with basic installation and calibration.completed additional adapter assemblies.are fitted to take measurements at other.points readings at the front showed that.the car has been badly repaired on the.right the height is four millimeters low.and it's no less than 27 millimeters to.the left this explains the displacement.of the anti-roll bar this equipment can.be used to measure the top suspension.mounting with the running gear in place.it can show discrepancy as here or.provide accurate measurements the metro.mm measuring system has been seen here.carrying out its role as a diagnostic.tool but it can also be used as a.universal repair system.there are times when the power of a.hydraulic pulling system is needed to.repair some localized minor distortion.this car has suffered an impact at the.rear which has pushed the bumper.mounting slightly inwards damage is.clearly confined to the bumper mounting.point and it needs a strong but short.pull to put matters right the Salette.system 5000 is a simple floor frame.which provides Anchorage for both the.vehicle and the hydraulic Tower a mobile.hoist is ideal for lifting the car.Silke lamp supports are positioned and.locked with wedges.[Music].the silk lamps are installed with the.adjustable pair at one end of the sills.the car is lowered to the top of the.clamps for final positioning and height.adjustment.then it is lowered completely into the.clamps both these SIL clamps and the.supports are tightened.and the hoist removed.a suitable pulling plate is bolted into.place.and the hydraulic tower positioned.the safety anchor is clamped into place.this prevents imbalance of the tower in.the event of panels breaking away.riah anchors and chains are placed ready.adjusting the height of the pool is done.quite simply by moving the pulley up or.down the tower then the anchor chains.are put into the hooks on the pulley and.their self locking blocks are tightened.up.the cooling chain is fed through the.pulling plate and locked with a double.hook.a safety strap is attached.and air supply is connected and the.pulling carried out the Salette bracket.system has been the standard Volkswagen.repair equipment for many years the MZ.system has also been approved and is.used in this sequence to repair the.jitter assess earlier a to post hoist is.being used for loading the power unit.and suspension have already been removed.all datum points must be checked for.damage and cleared of any obstructing.matter before starting the repair the.sills must also be checked for condition.this can be done quickly and easily on.the hoist preparation of the bench.commences with assembling the modular.cross members into place the first two.lay along the beams following the line.of the side members and allowing better.access to the engine compartment the.others are true cross members the four.chosen datum point towers and tops are.bolted loosely into place then the bench.is positioned under the car.the car is lowered until it's just above.the datum point towers.aligned exactly.lowered completely and the towers.tightened.now the remaining towers and tops are.fitted.our demonstrator followed a number of.straightforward but important rules that.are essential for successful use of this.equipment work in a sequence from.undamaged to damaged use the datasheet.select for datum points on the undamaged.part of the car far enough apart within.reason to give accurate positioning hang.the tops and towers from the car.whenever possible it makes work easier.and finally no strain on any fitting.working to these guidelines will ensure.that the undamaged area of the underbody.is clearly defined now the body must be.firmly anchored against reaction from.the pulling sill clamp supports and sill.clamps must be used and these are.attached to the bench.they are then adjusted up to and against.the sill the support is adjusted for.height and then the clamp is tightened.with the front panels removed for ease.of access the front towers and tops are.fitted enabling the extent and severity.of the impact damage to be accurately.assess they will also act as gauges.during the pulling.this and detailed knowledge of body.distortion elsewhere is critical in.deciding how best to arrange the pulling.in this instance the side member has.also twisted and the a post has moved.back which will call for a number of.pools.the first pool will be applied to the.side member and so a pulling plate is.fitted.the hydraulic puller is clamped to the.bench a wedge holds it firmly in.position.having decided the position from which.the first pool will be made the.swiveling base of the Cayman unit is.swung into place and the pivoting arm.moved.Chane position is also adjustable and.the most suitable point chosen.a safety strop must always be used and.is now clipped on.using the compressed air controller.pressure is applied.a number of important safety rules apply.to this work no other person should be.working on the vehicle at the same time.keep observers well back a careful but.not close watch must be kept whenever.pressure is applied spread the pulling.load will use multiple poles to prevent.high-strength Steel's from tearing check.progress constantly never leave a pool.unattended when it is under pressure.always use safety straps on all pulling.attachments the first pull is made the.damaged crumple zone can be seen.unfolding after assessing the effect the.chain is repositioned and pull in.continues.stress is relieved by beating when the.bodywork is under tension the effect of.the blows is to restore molecular order.within the metal if the material is.high-strength steel the folds must be.eased out more slowly stress relieving.beating is also needed more frequently.followed by easing of the tension before.recommencing pulling whatever the.material tension must be released before.the position is checked or anchored with.the top a clamp is now used to pull on.the upper part of the side member.pressure is applied to continue and ecy.safety stops are so important again the.effect is checked both with the tops and.by checking the other affected parts of.the body.one more pool is needed to apply.pressure more directly to the upper part.of the inner wing panel this will finish.the reshaping of the main body and bring.the side member back to its position the.outer wing is removed and a clamp fitted.the inner wing panel is pool.and more beating applied to relieve.stress.checking shows that shape has been.restored and the top fits perfectly.replacement of the body components that.have been weakened or too distorted to.reuse can begin using the procedures and.cutting lines in the manual the inner.wing panel and the side member are cut.back to sound material.using part panels or cutting parts to.fit the body can be rebuilt the cut side.member is ready for welding as in.setting up the undamaged part of the.vehicle it's imperative that components.fit the tops perfectly without any.stress building continues with the inner.wing panel and the filler plates front.lock plate and panel and is now complete.with the bonnet during rebuilding these.essential guidelines are followed.support the vehicle firmly and located.accurately locate replacement parts.firmly and accurately use the manual and.rebuild to factory requirements careful.compliance with these guidelines will.result in these benefits the correct.mounting of parts will provide an.automatic check of accuracy in.straightening and rebuilding careful.work will prevent built-in stress and.maintain accuracy high quality of.alignment and location is certain but at.all stages checking and rechecking is.the secret of a successful and above all.a safe repair which restores all the.features of the new car.all the principles and practices dealt.with in the previous sections have.centered around quite simple and.straightforward damage what is the.procedure if the job is less common.apart from some practical differences in.the angle or the number of poles the.same basic principles applied here are.some suggestions to help with the.various types of damage usually found.and their straightening procedures when.one end of a vehicle is out of alignment.laterally with the main body this is.called side sway with the body held.firmly the distorted end is pulled over.until it again aligns a more difficult.form of this condition is caused by the.side of the passenger cells striking a.pole or tree this is called a banana the.bend in the sill in these cases calls.for a remedy that is a little more.involved than the side sway the end is.pulled over while the body is held.firmly but the arrangement is slightly.different the end of the body is also.tensioned longitudinally and pressure.applied to the bent sill if the car is.struck by another braking hard at the.time of impact a SAG almost inevitably.occurs in this state the front will be.bent upwards and may also have other.damage the SAG is dealt with by holding.the main undamaged part of the body and.pulling the front.downwards if the damages to both sides a.double pull is indicated a collapse is.the opposite of the SAG the front must.be lifted while the body is restrained.the defect referred to as a diamond is.where one side of the body is a little.behind the other this type of damage is.more usually found on chassis based.vehicles or those which do not have.effective crumple zones it's generally.agreed that the best method is to hold.the forward side and draw the other into.alignment a twisted body is where a.corner is high.this can be put right by holding the.undamaged end supporting the other.correct corner and pulling the high.corner into place finally the one type.of damage that may easily be.incorporated into many of the others is.the mash or crumple a direct frontal.impact will result in compression of the.bodywork the same may happen at the rear.of course from a direct impact by.another vehicle a mash is drawn out by a.direct pull or pulls with the undamaged.part of the body firmly clamped.this program has been produced to bring.up to date the in dealer training.modules on the subject of body.misalignment and straightening there are.no very great changes in the principles.or practices as far as the vehicles are.concerned but there have been changes to.the equipment available changes which.encourage any size of body shop to.invest in that best suited to the.business that is just as well because.the vehicle makers now impose stringent.requirements through the body warranties.but even more significant is the.adoption in the United Kingdom and.throughout Europe of Quality Assurance.this means that the repaired vehicle.must not only look good it must be.functionally perfect in every respect.at the same time insurance company is.seeking to reduce the ever-increasing.costs of providing cover for the.motorists are not keen to pay more for.body repairs estimates to start point.for virtually all body repairs will only.be viable if they can be produced.quickly and accurately that means the.right equipment used properly rebuilding.the bodywork can only meet all.requirements if it's carried out to the.vehicle makers specifications using.genuine parts assembled on accurate jigs.and wilded correctly into a perfectly.aligned structure only by adhering to.the highest standards of work practice.can it be certain that the vehicle.occupants will be protected as well.after the accident as they were before.it.

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What happens to all of the paper forms you fill out for immigration and customs?

Years ago I worked at document management company. There is cool software that can automate aspects of hand-written forms. We had an airport as a customer - they scanned plenty and (as I said before) this was several years ago... On your airport customs forms, the "boxes" that you 'need' to write on - are basically invisible to the scanner - but are used because then us humans will tend to write neater and clearer which make sit easier to recognize with a computer. Any characters with less than X% accuracy based on a recognition engine are flagged and shown as an image zoomed into the particular character so a human operator can then say "that is an "A". This way, you can rapidly go through most forms and output it to say - an SQL database, complete with link to original image of the form you filled in. If you see "black boxes" at three corners of the document - it is likely set up for scanning (they help to identify and orient the page digitally). If there is a unique barcode on the document somewhere I would theorize there is an even higher likelihood of it being scanned - the document is of enough value to be printed individually which costs more, which means it is likely going to be used on the capture side. (I've noticed in the past in Bahamas and some other Caribbean islands they use these sorts of capture mechanisms, but they have far fewer people entering than the US does everyday) The real answer is: it depends. Depending on each country and its policies and procedures. Generally I would be surprised if they scanned and held onto the paper. In the US, they proably file those for a set period of time then destroy them, perhaps mining them for some data about travellers. In the end, I suspect the "paper-to-data capture" likelihood of customs forms ranges somewhere on a spectrum like this: Third world Customs Guy has paper to show he did his job, paper gets thrown out at end of shift. ------> We keep all the papers! everything is scanned as you pass by customs and unique barcodes identify which flight/gate/area the form was handed out at, so we co-ordinate with cameras in the airport and have captured your image. We also know exactly how much vodka you brought into the country. :)

How can I check a car's history for free?

I’m pretty sure there isn’t an easy way to do this. Aside from finding and convincing all previous owners to disclose their service and accident history to you, if they’ve even kept that information, I can’t think of any free way to do this. Dealerships and private individuals usually just pay the $40 for a Carfax report and call it a day. It will show you all insurance claims (which usually means all accidents/insurance claims) and it’s registration history and a lien search which I don’t think you can do for free on your own. This is one thing I suggest you don’t try to be cheap for, it could Continue Reading

Can you check a car's history for free?

I’m pretty sure there isn’t an easy way to do this. Aside from finding and convincing all previous owners to disclose their service and accident history to you, if they’ve even kept that information, I can’t think of any free way to do this. Dealerships and private individuals usually just pay the $40 for a Carfax report and call it a day. It will show you all insurance claims (which usually means all accidents/insurance claims) and it’s registration history and a lien search which I don’t think you can do for free on your own. This is one thing I suggest you don’t try to be cheap for, it could Continue Reading

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