Four Things To Do To Get Your Camper Ready For Summer

Summer is fast approaching, which means it's time to pull campers out of storage and get ready for vacation trips to favorite outdoor spots. If this is your first year pulling an RV out of storage, you may be unsure what you need to do to ensure that it is summer ready. The following guide can help. #1: Inspect the tires The first thing to do before heading out is to make sure your tires are in top condition. Read More 

Three Less-Common Uses For Used Freightliner Trucks

Used freightliner trucks for sale are usually meant for people who need these trucks to increase their fleet. However, you may not know about some less-common uses for these trucks, and why these uses may be helpful to you in the future. Go on; see if you can see yourself driving along in a freightliner truck under one of the following circumstances. (Just make sure you have a CDL license and any needed permits first! Read More 

Four Reasons To Buy A Domestic Car

If you are in the market for a new car, you have a big decision to make. Should you go with a domestic brand like Ford, or should you buy a foreign-made car? There are benefits to both options, but in many cases, you'll be better off buying a domestic car. Here's why. Parts Are Easier to Find Every car needs repairs eventually. If you buy a domestic car, such as a Ford, you will have an easier time finding parts and you'll pay less for those parts. Read More 

First Time Tire Buyer? It Is Easier Than You Think

Just because someone owns a car it does not mean they know anything about them. It is intimidating for an owner to consider repairing a vehicle when their knowledge is basically restricted to operating the vehicle and adding fuel. Purchasing tires may seem overwhelming because there are so many brands, sizes and types available. Luckily, it is not as difficult as it seems and there are ways to ensure that the right tire is found for the right price. Read More 

Why Some Oil Changes Are A Little More Complicated Than You Think

Most car owners tend to think that an oil change is a simple process. Get under the car, open the engine plug, take off the oil filter, drain the oil and then replace the filter and plug before putting in a few fresh quarts of oil. Actually, the process is a little more complicated than that, and in some vehicles it is a lot more complicated. Here is why. Some Vehicles Have TWO Drain Plugs for the Oil Read More