Auto Restoration: Tips For The Do-It-Yourselfer

3 Features To Look For In The Best Diesel Fuel Distributor For Your Trucking Fleet

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In the trucking business, your daily production success relies on how well your semi trucks run, and there is nothing more important to how a diesel engine runs than the type of fuel it is given. Keeping your trucks fueled up and ready for the next run means you have to have a good supply of diesel on site. Therefore, finding a good diesel fuel supplier is an important step to take as a trucking business owner. Read More»

Not Another Crack! How To Avoid Windshield Damage

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If you own a car, it’s just a matter of time before something happens to your windshield. While some windshield damage is unavoidable, other damage is completely avoidable, especially if you’re paying attention. Here are some simple strategies that will help you avoid windshield damage. Watch the Vehicles in Front of You If you spend enough time on the road, you can usually tell which vehicles, or situations, have the greatest potential of inflicting windshield damage on your car. Read More»

Remain Safe And Comfortable During A Road Trip Across The Country

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If you will be driving your vehicle across the country to attend your sibling’s wedding and have never traveled alone before, the following tips will assist with remaining safe and comfortable during the trip.  Tune Up And Emergency Kit Take your truck to a mechanic to have your vehicle inspected and tuned up. New tires, brake pads, spark plugs, and an oil change will improve your truck’s performance, resulting in a smooth ride and the ability to stop quickly if a vehicle pulls out in front of you when you least expect it. Read More»

Trick Out Your Off Road Ride With These Three Cool Add Ons

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One of the joys of owning an off road truck is that you get to accessorize it with all sorts of cool looking, and practical things. Your main car might need to be a bit sedate because you can’t roll up to the office with something that stands out among the sedans and other pedestrian-looking cars. But on the weekend, when you hit the trails, you can have all the fun you like driving a tricked out off-road truck. Read More»

Feelin' Vibrations When Driving? Check Your Tires!

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If you’ve started noticing a vibration when you drive your vehicle, it’s a good idea to have the tires checked out. Whatever problem you’re having could get worse and cause your vehicle to vibrate and shake to the point that it wouldn’t be safe to drive. Vibrations could get bad enough to cause you to lose control of the vehicle, especially on slippery roads or when you need to stop quickly. Read More»