Getting Automotive Help

3 Reasons Why You Need To Replace Your Damaged Windshield

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It happens to most drivers if they are on the roads long enough – a minor accident or a stray piece of debris flung up from the side of the road causes a small crack in your windshield. As time goes on, however, the small crack becomes a bigger issue, and soon you may find yourself wondering if it is best to get your windshield replaced or continue trying to drive around with it. Read More»

Hire An On-Site Mechanic

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Running a trucking company is a very stressful yet rewarding job, and there are many different aspects of running the business that you have to deal with on a daily basis. One aspect of your job, and it may be the most important aspect, is keeping your trucks up and running properly. If your trucks break down or are not working properly you could be losing a lot of money. That is why it is so important to make sure you have a good mechanic working on your trucks. Read More»

What To Know If The Body Of Your Vehicle Requires Aluminum Repairs

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If you own a car with aluminum body parts and it has cosmetic damage, you may have been told by an auto body shop that aluminum is harder to repair than steel. This is because aluminum poses specific problems when it comes to reshaping it. It makes some car owners wonder why car manufacturers do not opt to make cars from steel only. One reason aluminum is favored despite it being a material that is hard to work is that aluminum is lighter than steel. Read More»

Class A Recreational Vehicles, Queens Of The Road: Advantages And Potential Disadvantages Explained

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If you are considering the purchase of a recreational vehicle (RV), then you may have heard about the various classes of vehicles available to consumers. Self-propelled RVs, which are also known as motorhomes or travel coaches, are divided into three classes–A, B, and C. However, if you aren’t familiar with these classes, it can be confusing when you begin searching for a vehicle to purchase. Each class has its own characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, so keep reading to learn more about Class A RVs, the undisputed queen of the three classes: Read More»

4 Tips For Safely Loading Your New Drag Car Into A Rented Enclosed Car Hauler

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If you have recently built a drag car, you may be eager to take it to the track to test it out. However, if your car is not street legal, you may have decided to rent a car hauler to transport it. If this is your first time loading a hauler, use the following four tips to ensure you do so safely. Make Sure The Ramps Are Completely Secure After you pull out the ramps from beneath the bed of the hauler, make sure they are completely out before you lower them to the ground. Read More»