3 Tips For Choosing The Right Wheels For Your Truck

13 August 2019
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If you want to put some custom wheels on your truck, you want to make sure you choose the right wheels that will work for your truck and that are consistent with how you intend to use your truck. When it comes to choosing the right wheels, you need to make some measurements.   Measure Your Bolt Pattern  First, you need to measure the bolt pattern for your wheel. In order to measure the bolt pattern, you need a few different pieces of information. Read More 

Three Things Your Mechanic Wants You To Do

22 July 2019
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Is your car spitting and sputtering? Is it clunking its way down the road? If so, it's probably time for a trip to your local mechanic. Sadly, many people treat these visits in roughly the same way that they treat a trip to the dentist for a root canal. Your experience doesn't have to leave you screaming, however, and there are steps you can take to make sure that it doesn't cost you an arm and a leg. Read More 

3 Indications You Need Commercial Truck Repair

21 June 2019
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If you currently own a fleet of semi trucks, you are likely well aware that your business cannot be successful if your truck drivers are unable to pick up and deliver goods on time. Therefore, if a breakdown or accident occurs, it is far more than simply a minor inconvenience; it does significant damage to your bottom line as well as your company reputation. To ensure that your semi trucks as properly maintained, you need to be familiar with some of the most common commercial truck repairs and how they can be avoided. Read More 

Car Behaviors That Suggest A Transmission Problem

22 May 2019
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Most people have driven in a car with bad brakes a few times in their lives. And you may have experienced what it feels like when you get a flat tire. But since transmission problems are less common and usually occur only in older vehicles, drivers tend to be less familiar with how they feel. Thus, transmission problems can go overlooked and unaddressed until they're really bad and quite costly to repair. Read More 

Tips For Obtaining Your Commercial Driver’s License

1 May 2019
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If you are tired of your minimum wage job and have decided it's time to go out and get your commercial driver's license so you can work as a truck driver, then these tips will help you get your license so you can get out on the road: Tip: Attend a Certified Truck Driver Training Program  Though the Department of Motor Vehicles doesn't require you to attend a truck driving program prior to obtaining your commercial driving license, it will be very challenging for you to find a job after you have it if you choose not to go to one. Read More