6 Tips for Keeping Your Brakes in Good Shape

Brakes are one of the most important parts of your car and help you stay safe on the road. That is why it is so important to properly maintain these brakes. If you neglect to take care of your brakes, they can wear down faster and increase your risk of getting into an accident. Here are six helpful tips for keeping your brakes in good shape: Do Not Drive Too Fast [Read More]

How Will Getting A Cosigner Affect Your Ability To Get A Car Loan?

It is not extremely hard to get a car loan today, even if you have bad credit; however, you may experience problems getting a good loan if you have bad credit. If you really need to buy a car but do not want to pay way too much for it, you may want to consider finding a cosigner for the loan. While some auto financing lenders do not accept cosigners, many do, and this could have positive effects on the loan you receive. [Read More]

Equipment Hauling Safety--Acessories To Secure Your Hitch

If you typically haul equipment from one area to another, then you likely have a heavy duty trailer and the necessary tie-downs to move tractors, farm equipment, and construction vehicles. Safety should always be your number one concern, and this means looking out for your own equipment as well as the other vehicles on the road. Secure tie-downs are a good start to make sure hauling is completed safely. However, there are a few other types of accessories you should consider as well. [Read More]

Cab Styles And Transmission Types - Two Things To Consider When You Purchase A Used Semi Truck

If you are ready to invest in a used semi-truck, you may already have a good idea of the type of equipment you are looking for. Your preferences may be based on the type of business you will be conducting, the type of environment your truck will be used in, and the budget you are working with. While all of these should be your guiding factors, you may want to specifically consider your cab style and your transmission type. [Read More]