3 Easy Ways To Get Rid Of A Dent In Your Car

If you're in a major accident, the best thing to do is to take your car to an auto collision repair shop and have it looked at by professionals. But there are plenty of circumstances in which you may want to save some money and take care of repairs yourself. Perhaps the most common of these kinds of instances is when you discover a small dent in the body of your car. [Read More]

Inspecting Your Car For Damage After An Accident Or Fender Bender

Even if your car was only involved in a minor accident, there may be damage to the body, frame or running gear that you can't see. Take a look at the car closely and get it checked out at a qualified shop for any damage that you might not see. Watch for signs that something is not working properly and poor handle after the accident and if you experience any, get the car looked at right away. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Prepare For And Care For Your Diesel Semi Truck In Winter

According to Trucking Info, there are approximately 3.5 million professional semi-truck drivers on the roads in the United States. If you're entering this exciting field and are facing your first winter behind the wheel of a diesel truck, it's important that you are prepared. Diesel-powered vehicles can be tricky to deal with when the temperatures drop, but with a little preparation and care, it is possible to survive without a single incident. [Read More]

5 Reasons To Tow Your Car When Traveling In An RV

With about 8.9 million motorhome owners in the United States, you aren't alone in wanting to travel by road when it's vacation time. There are many benefits to take advantage of when vacationing in an RV such as the ability to save money on hotel rooms and the opportunity to see various sights up close and personal. When packing your motorhome for the next trip, don't forget to load your car on a trailer so you can tow it behind you – here are five good reasons to do so:   [Read More]