3 Reasons Why You Should Not Give Your Broken-Down Vehicle To Your Dealership


Do you have a vehicle that's constantly breaking down? Have you told yourself that you're not going to put up with this happening again? The biggest problem with having a vehicle that breaks down and buying a newer model is figuring out what to do with the vehicle you no longer want or need. Although you could try to sell or trade it to the dealership, this may not be your best option.

8 November 2018

3 Roadside Safety Tips For Your Next Road Trip

Automotive Blog

Planning a long road trip? There's are few things more fun than a trip on the open road to visit a new part of the country. If you're travelling with friends or family, the drive itself may be half the fun. Of course, that fun can evaporate quickly if your car breaks down along the way. A breakdown can delay your trip, dent your wallet, and possibly even ruin the rest of your vacation.

6 November 2018

The Benefits Of RV Electric Brakes

Automotive Blog

The most common types of brake systems found on RVs are electric brakes and hydraulic surge brakes. If you are purchasing a new RV or thinking about changing out the brake system on your current RV trailer, you may wonder which is the better brake system. Both types of brake systems are good and offer their own unique benefits. As such, it is important to learn the benefits and then compare those benefits to what best fits your needs to determine which is the better option for you.

4 November 2018

Rear Collisions: There Is A Lot At Risk

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Rear collisions are one of the most common types of accidents. Some drivers consider these accidents less dangerous than head-on collisions; however, they can cause just as much stress. Make sure you don't underestimate the impact a rear collision can have.  Body/Frame A rear collision can cause a great deal of damage to the frame or body of a vehicle. Even if the framework of a car is slightly bent, if the driver continues to drive their car, they are doing so at great risk.

2 November 2018

Examining a Used Freightliner's Sleeper: A Checklist

Automotive Blog

If you are in the process of investing in a used freightliner truck for your trucking business, investing in a truck with a cab sleeper is a logical decision. The integrated sleeper gives you a place to rest and get some sleep when you have fulfilled your allowable driving hours for the day during long trips. However, buying a used freightliner that has a sleeper means you have to be really careful about not buying someone else's problems.

11 October 2018