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Safety On The Road Starts With Four Small Patches Of Rubber

A small amount of rubber on each tire is what holds your car onto the road throughout all kinds of conditions and obstacles. The design of your tires has evolved over many years by many manufacturers. Here is how your tires keep you safe and what to watch for to know when it's time to replace them. Tire Design and Safety Your tires are made of many layers of rubber, metal and fiberglass. Read More 

Keeping Your Vehicle’s Air Conditioning In Top Shape

Even though you may be freezing right now, you can still take steps to keep your vehicle's air conditioning in top shape. When the weather begins to warm up, you will want your cool air ready to go. Plus, taking precautions now can help you avoid costly system repairs later.  Keep It Running When it's ten degrees outside, you are not thinking about your air conditioning; however, you should be.  You can protect your system by running it for ten minutes once a week at its coldest setting and highest fan speed. Read More 

Tips For Choosing Truck Bodies

For service professionals, truck bodies serve as their shop on wheels. It's imperative that this attachment be able to meet your needs. For this reason, selecting a new body for your service truck should be a process that is completed with a great consideration for detail, not in hast. Before choosing a new body, here are just some of the factors you want to consider. Style Truck bodies come in open and enclosed styles. Read More 

Car Broke Down? 4 Safety Tips

When your car breaks down, it's frustrating and stressful. You may not know what to do or where to go, especially if you're on the side of the highway. Here are four safety tips to keep in mind while you wait for roadside service: 1. Let other drivers know The most important thing is to let other drivers know that you're breaking down. Turn on your signal indicating the side of the road you're pulling to. Read More 

Top Signs That Your Transmission Is Having Trouble

If you want to make sure that the transmission in your vehicle is always in the best possible shape, you will want to check out the following top signs of trouble. This way, you will know when it is time to schedule an appointment with a transmission specialist. Transmission Fluid Leaks The worst thing you can do when you spot a transmission fluid leak is to ignore it and simply think that this is something that just happens as vehicles age. Read More