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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5 Reasons Independent Wrestlers Should Purchase A Class B RV

Posted on: 31 August 2015
Being an independent wrestler means that you have to do a lot of traveling around the country to perform at different wrestling events. Instead of taking a traditional car to wrestling shows, a class B RV may be a better option. This type of RV is like a large van that has been fitted to include a bedroom and amenities found in a full-sized camper. If you're a pro wrestler, these five benefits cater to the traveling athlete and will help you through the day to day progress of your career.
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Get a Detailed VIN History Report to Confirm a Car's Mileage Before Purchasing It

Posted on: 27 August 2015
An automobile's value is directly tied to its mileage, because mileage is one of the best indicators of how much wear and tear a car's received, and how much longer it may last. In order to boost a vehicle's value, some unscrupulous auto dealers will roll back the odometer on cars that they sell. If you're shopping for a used car, here's how you can confirm the reading on an automobile's odometer with a free VIN history report.
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