You're involved in a fender-bender. The question now is, how do you get your fender un-bent? And, more importantly, how much will it cost you? Regardless of how well you prepare, no one plans to be involved in an auto accident. Following these tips, however, can make the process easier to manage. Contact Your Insurance Company Before you contact an auto body repair specialist, it's important to call your insurance company first.
28 July 2015
If you aren't a mechanic, it can be hard to tell whether a used car you're about to buy has any hidden problems. Sometimes if you're buying from an as-is lot or from someone else who isn't a mechanic, the person selling the car to you might not know its flaws either. Fortunately, you don't have to be an expert to detect some of the more stealthy problems. Keep these tips in mind when you check out used car sales, and you'll know right away whether it has one of the most common hidden issues.
4 June 2015
If you're moving a long distance or you need to transfer a vehicle for another reason, you are faced with a few decisions – such as how you're going to transfer that extra vehicle from Point A to Point B. Renting a car hauler is definitely an option. But while you're considering that option, pay close attention to the "DOs" and "DON'Ts" of hauling a car with a trailer rental.
15 May 2015
If you're working as a full-time truck driver, there's a good chance that you spend more time in your truck than in your house. In the past, terms like "gypsy trucker" or "wanderer" were a negative way to describe truck drivers who lived in their trucks, but now there are an estimated one million truckers living in their trucks. If you've begun to wonder why you pay a mountain of bills for a house you rarely spend time in, a "
14 May 2015
If you're debating the purchase of a new (or new to you) truck, you may be amazed at the options now available to you. While truck owners were once limited to two or three model options, both the number of truck models and the variety within these models continues to grow. You're now faced with cab options from a regular two-seat cab to a crew cab with two extra-wide rows of seating.
13 May 2015