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It's Not Just Mileage That Matters When Buying A Used Semi-Truck

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The search for a used commercial truck often hinges on a number of factors, but mileage is probably one of the most commonly considered variables that buyers look at before they buy. The allure of having a low-mileage truck is often so tantalizing that other aspects of the truck are left unnoticed or glossed over. In other words, there’s more to choosing the right truck than just looking at its odometer reading. Read More»

Should You Buy Summer Tires?

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If you live in a colder area, you may have considered buying tires specially made for snowy, icy roads, or you may have chosen all-season tires. You may not have realized tire manufacturers also design tires especially for summer driving. Actually, there are numerous categories and styles of these tires that are meant to help your vehicle run more smoothly during the warmer months. You need to consider whether buying a set of these tires will actually benefit you or if all season tires are your best choice. Read More»

Two Tips For Minimizing The Complications From Car Problems

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Going on a long road trip can be an enjoyable and economical option for traveling. However, problems with your car can quickly cause these trips to take a turn for the worse, and there are many drivers that may not understand how to protect themselves against this risk. While this can be an unavoidable aspect of going on a road trip, it is important to note that there are some simple steps that you can take to help keep the consequences of these problems minimal. Read More»

Avoid Expansion Of Your Windshield Chip With These Strategies

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In the blink of an eye, an uneventful drive in your vehicle can quickly be eliminated by a rock zipping through the air and making contact with your windshield. In many cases, this projectile will leave a chip behind. Many motorists choose to ignore this seemingly minor damage, but it’s important to know that, over time, you can count on the chip growing in size until it’s a large crack. While your local auto glass shop will be able to replace a cracked windshield, it’s better to visit for a chip repair. Read More»

Having Your Car Towed? Follow These 4 Tips For Keeping Your Valuables Safe

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If you are having your car towed, you might be worried about your valuables while your car is being towed or while it’s sitting in the lot. Luckily, taking a few precautions can help you keep your valuables safe. 1. Choose a Reputable Towing Provider First of all, make sure that you choose a reputable towing provider. Look for a towing company that is well-respected, and inquire about where your car will be kept, if applicable. For example, if your car will be kept on the towing lot, ask if the lot has secure fencing, ample lighting and security cameras in place. Read More»