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Working With Your Local Dealer To Buy Your Next Car

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When you are ready to buy a new car, you have a few options, but if you want a new car, you will more than likely have a few dealerships to choose from in your local area. The dealer is a good place to look for new cars because they get cars directly from the factory and can offer you a lot of options.  Picking a Car Often people shop the lot at the local dealership when they are looking for a new car. Read More»

Understanding The Features For Handicap Vans

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If you are looking to buy a new or used handicap van or wish to convert an existing vehicle, it’s important to understand the available features and the requirements. Given the wide range of needs that different members of the public have, you may be surprised how closely a stock solution might fit your situation. When looking at handicap vans, these five tips can guide you through the process. Most Major Manufacturers Make Vans Read More»

Auto AC And Broken Compressor Issues

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The HVAC system of a car allows you to enjoy absolute comfort in the car irrespective of the weather outside. It could be sub zero temperatures and snowing outside but the inside of your car feels nice, warm and toasty. Conversely when the sun is out with a vengeance and the air is hot and humid outside, your car is the perfect refuge because when you put on the AC the air is refreshingly cool and crisp. Read More»

3 Signs You Should Lease Your First Semi-Truck

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If you are a truck driver who is thinking about working as an independent contractor, which means you will be responsible for providing your own truck, you might assume that you will have to purchase one. However, this is not the case at all. Many truckers actually lease their trucks, and you might find that this is a good option for you as well. These are a few signs that you may want to consider leasing your first semi-truck. Read More»

The Benefits Of Rebuilt And Re-Manufactured Truck Transmissions

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If your truck transmission needs more than a simple repair, you have a few options available to you. You can replace the transmission with a brand new, factory authorized transmission. This is the most costly option available to you. Your other options are to use a re-manufactured truck transmission or have your transmission rebuilt. Many people do not know what the difference is between these two options and what the benefits of each one are. Read More»

Four Flats And A Tow: What Happens When Your Truck Has Flat Tires And Needs A Tow

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At one point or another, everyone ends up on the receiving end of a nasty prankster or a vengeful lover, and then your truck or car suffers. Your vehicle is an easy target, especially when you leave it outside or on the street all night. Four slashed tires is a rough way to start or end your day, but at least truck towing exists to help you out. Just follow these steps when you discover the flat tires and everything will work out okay. Read More»

How To Conveniently Maintain Proper Tire Pressure

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Some types of automobile maintenance are easily performed by the vehicle owner. Checking the level of air pressure in the tires is fairly straightforward, but the practice is often neglected. Tire maintenance, like having correct tire pressure, is not just for safety or to prolong tire life. Properly inflated tires are proven to save money by cutting the cost of driving. Gas mileage can be increased by as much as 3 percent by maintaining the correct level of pressure in your tires. Read More»

Recognizing When It's Time To Replace Your Brakes

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Being able to drive a vehicle from one place to another can help you reduce your commute time, but a vehicle can quickly become dangerous if it is not properly maintained. Having the ability to bring your vehicle safely to a stop is critical when it comes to the safety of your commute. Here are three signs that you can be watching for that will help you determine when it is time to replace your brakes in the future. Read More»

Three Career Options for Adventurous Retirees

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If you’re like many modern retirees, you have no intention of slowing down once you close your office door for the last time – you want to tackle new challenges and explore new horizons. You may also have a strong desire to remain in the workforce on at least a part-time basis, but like most retirees, you want to work on your own terms rather than hitch your star to a traditional employer. Read More»