By far, Paint Protection Film (PPF) or “ClearBra” is the best way to protect your vehicle from rock chips and debris. It’s an invisible, ultra-rugged urethane film that protects cars and trucks from winter and year-round paint damage from salt, sand, bugs, and rocks - especially those flying up from unpaved back roads. It combines ultimate durability with a clear beautiful shine, local convenience, and affordability. Applying ClearBra after repainting adds years to your exterior, and is far less expensive than replacing paint-damaged hoods, bumpers, and fenders. While a new all-over paint job costs well over $12,000, PPF ranges from $300-$3000 depending on what sections you have treated.