Options For Emergency Lighting On Your Recovery And Tow Vehicle

Posted on: 25 February 2018

If you operate a recovery or tow truck business, you know that there are times when you will need to work in traffic and it is important that you can be seen from a distance by motorists on the road. Likewise, once you have a car or truck in tow, you need to be sure people see you. The safe operation of your tow truck might just come down to the lighting you choose for the vehicle
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3 Tips For Proper Diesel Engine Care

Posted on: 18 February 2018

Driving a vehicle with a diesel engine allows you to take advantage of the maximum gas mileage per gallon these vehicles can offer. Diesel fuel is often more affordable than traditional gasoline, so making the switch to a diesel-powered vehicle can be good for your pocketbook. In order to ensure that your new car or truck runs properly, you need to know how to maintain a diesel engine. The following three tips will help you discover how to better care for your diesel engine to maximize performance in the future.
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Three Important Cold Weather Car Care Tips

Posted on: 14 February 2018

Your car works hard to get you where you need to go no matter what the weather conditions are -- and you undoubtedly agree that going to work or school in the morning in freezing temperatures via a warm car is far more preferable than other means of transportation, such as walking or riding a bike, that leave you exposed to the cold. However, in order for your car to perform its best when seasonal temperatures plunge below freezing, it requires a certain standard of care.
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3 Head Turning Semi Truck Restoration Projects For Old School Drivers

Posted on: 13 February 2018

Are you a truck driver with years of experience and a passion for big rigs? Restoring an old truck brings back memories and gives you the opportunity to add all the bells and whistles that you have always wanted to your truck. What type of driving do your do? Are you a highway driver that spends weeks or months on the road? Or, are you a driver that hauls loads locally or regionally and spend most of your time at home?
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