How To Protect Your Vehicle From Squirrel Damage

Posted on: 30 October 2017
The windshield is an essential part of your vehicle and is classified as a safety device. It gives strength to the structure of your vehicle and keeps passengers in the car in cases of an accident. For these reasons, you have to keep your windshield in good condition at all times. However, this is not any easy task. You have to worry about damage being caused by animals, objects, people and other vehicles.
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Kitchen Equipment Tips For New RV Buyers

Posted on: 27 January 2016
If you've decided that the draw of freedom has you ready to invest in an RV and start traveling, you might find yourself surprised by some of the adjustments you'll need to make. Although most first-time RV owners know that it means limited space, sometimes the reality of that space can be challenging. For example, the compact nature of an RV kitchen poses some unique challenges that you'll want to address before you make the leap.
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Synthetic Oil: Is it Good or Bad for Older Cars?

Posted on: 27 January 2016
The next time you take your car to your local lube shop for a tune-up, there's a good chance your mechanic might suggest you switch from conventional oil to synthetic oil. But while synthetic oils are the new standard for a broad range of new vehicles, conventional oils are still de rigueur for many older vehicles. So is it worth it to make the switch from conventional to synthetic oil in your older car, truck or SUV?
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How to Properly Load a Motorcycle on a Trailer & Securely Tie it Down

Posted on: 24 September 2015
Loading and securing a motorcycle on a trailer isn't difficult, but it does take attention to detail to make sure the job is done correctly. Otherwise, you could cause costly damage if the bike slips or falls during loading or while being transported. Here is how to properly load a motorcycle on a trailer and securely tie it down: Loading the motorcycle Before beginning, the trailer and vehicle should both be prepared for loading.
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