Are you about to buy a used car? It's a big investment, but worth it if you need the transportation, especially if what you are currently using just isn't doing the trick for you anymore. Whether you want to get off of public transportation and have your own wheels, or just need a better, more reliable car to replace your old one, you're making a wise decision. Just be sure that wisdom also extends to the choice of car you buy.
26 February 2015
After a long winter, many RV owners go through a checklist of items to prepare it for camping season in the spring. Along with regular maintenance and RV repair, there are four things that you should inspect as you open the RV for spring. These things may not be the most obvious, but they can help prevent further damage down the line. These simple inspections do not take too long to complete and can be done on all types of RVs.
29 January 2015
Starting your own NASCAR team, even in the lower Camping World Truck tier, can be extremely expensive. One of your biggest expenses will be the heavy- and medium-duty trucks and trailers that you will need to haul your race and show cars in. To save money on the vehicles you will need, you should consider shopping at a used heavy- and medium-duty truck auction. You can often find a used truck at an auction for a fraction of what it would have cost you to purchase the same vehicle new.
21 January 2015
Your car's windshield has provided you with crystal clear views of the road ahead of you for the past several years. However, you're now noticing several scratches and other signs of damage that affect your vision and your windshield's integrity—and you're not sure how they're getting there. If your windshield hasn't been hit by any airborne debris, then chances are you're damaging your windshield yourself—here's how: Using Worn Wiper Blades
14 January 2015
If you're the proud owner of a successful haulage firm, or a startup aspiring to be one, you have to know how to source a great deal. Trucks aren't cheap, so if you're scouring the market for a new vehicle, it's best to opt for second-hand. These trucks will have depreciated in price greatly, but if they've had a good owner they should still run as smoothly as ever. Here's how to tell the difference between a real road monster and a monster headache:
7 January 2015