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Understanding Car Problems

When my car died suddenly, I knew that I was in trouble. I didn't know anything about car issues, and I was in the middle of nowhere without cell phone reception. Fortunately, a kind stranger helped me to get where I needed to go, and I couldn't have done it without him. After having that experience, I was motivated to learn a lot more about car issues. I figured out how to troubleshoot engine trouble on-the-go, and I also learned how to prevent damage from occurring in the first place. This blog is for anyone out there who has ever wanted to learn more about vehicles.

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If Your Teenager Is Driving, They'll Need These Towing Tips
8 May 2017

Having a teenager who has earned their license and

How To Know When It's Time To Change Your Car's Brake Pads
23 February 2016

Whether it's the daily commute or a long-distance

3 Questions You May Have About Car Tune Ups
19 February 2016

If you do not normally perform regular maintenance

Car Trailer On Board: Car Hauling Safety Tips
17 February 2016

If you have a new baby, you might slap a "baby on

Considering Transitioning From Employee To Owner Operator? Should You Lease Or Purchase?
9 February 2016

If you've been working as a professional semi driv

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If Your Teenager Is Driving, They’ll Need These Towing Tips

Having a teenager who has earned their license and can now get into a vehicle without you can be nerve-wracking. Finding out that they're stranded somewhere in the car can be scary. That's why you should give them number of an emergency towing service and discuss the following guidance about their conduct while awaiting the truck that will get them on their way again. Shut Down the Phone Your teen may feel satisfied once they've called the tow service and, rather than worrying, look for other things to do. Read More 

How To Know When It’s Time To Change Your Car’s Brake Pads

Whether it's the daily commute or a long-distance drive, your brake pads are bound to get a good workout. After all, they're tasked with using the power of friction to bring your car to a safe and controlled stop. Needless to say, they're bound to wear out sooner or later. Knowing when it's time to change your brake pads not only helps keep your brake system in great shape, but it also keeps you and your fellow motorists safe. Read More 

3 Questions You May Have About Car Tune Ups

If you do not normally perform regular maintenance on the cars you drive, your vehicles may end up wearing out way sooner than they would have if you spent a little money on regular auto maintenance services. Car tune-ups are one of the best services you can choose for maintaining a car, and they are helpful in many ways. Here are three questions you may have about car tune-ups. Are They Really Necessary? Read More 

Car Trailer On Board: Car Hauling Safety Tips

If you have a new baby, you might slap a "baby on board" sticker to your rear windshield to brag and hope that other drivers will drive more cautiously around you. When you are hauling or towing a vehicle, however, you might not slap a sticker to your rear windshield, but you are certainly carrying valuable cargo that requires other motorists to dive more cautiously around you as well.  Here are a few tips to help you and the vehicle you are hauling or towing arrive safely to your destination: Read More 

Considering Transitioning From Employee To Owner Operator? Should You Lease Or Purchase?

If you've been working as a professional semi driver for several years or more, you may be wondering whether it is a more lucrative long-term decision to transition from a company driver to the owner and operator of your very own rig. Even if you determine that driving for yourself is the right decision, one of the biggest "sink or swim" measures of your new employment arrangement will be the semi truck you purchase. Read More