Why You Should Have Gasoline On Hand In Your Mechanic's Shop
27 December 2016
Are you an auto repair professional who works in a mechanic's shop? If so, you should consider taking a look around your shop to see if you have any gasoline stored for future use. If not, now might be the time to invest in a large, safe gas tank and to fill it up so that you always have gas on hand. Here's a few reasons why.
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3 Car Maintenance Tasks You Can Handle On Your Own
21 December 2016
Some people are more comfortable around cars than others. If you don't consider yourself to be a car guy (or girl), your first instinct at any sign of trouble might be to take your vehicle to the local car repair shop. While there's nothing wrong with taking advantage of professional help, you might be able to save some cash if you were to learn how to handle some of the smaller, regular maintenance tasks that a car needs on your own.
Should You Buy That Used Car?
20 December 2016
Used cars are usually a solid option for people who want to get around without paying the high sticker price that newer cars demand. However, in order to truly benefit from that cost savings, you must be sure that the car is not going to need a lot of repairs once you get the keys in your hand. For that reason, it's smart to pay close attention to certain things so you can get as much information as you can about the used car you're thinking about purchasing.
5 Things to Consider before Purchasing a Used Semi-Truck
6 December 2016
If you've been a commercial truck driver for a while and you're interested in becoming an owner-operator, one of the most important aspects of getting started is having a reliable semi-truck. Most new owner-operators have a tight budget, so choosing a used semi-truck over a new one makes sense financially. If you don't want to get stuck with a money-pit, it is important to be careful when purchasing a used truck.