After my car died, I learned more about cars, and now I like to teach other people how to get a great price on a decent ride.


Helpful Tips For Finding Affordable Replacement Parts For Your Tow Truck

27 October 2017
Automotive, Blog

Whether you run a towing business or you have a single tow truck for professional or personal use, you will need to make sure that you are able to get the replacement parts that it is in need of and at an affordable price. This is especially important if you are trying to stick with a budget. Also, you never want to find yourself in a position of not being able to use your tow truck because an important part, such as the tow truck light bar, is out of commission and you can't afford an expensive one at the moment.
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Protect Your Investment And Guarantee Performance - Important Overlooked Auto Maintenance Tasks

25 June 2017
 Categories: Automotive, Blog

Owning your own car has long been a source of excitement and even romance for many people, but it's important to keep in mind that it also comes with a fair amount of responsibility. It might sometimes feel like the amount of maintenance you have to put into your vehicle is overwhelming, but taking a few preventative actions can help guarantee a much more productive future. Below, you'll find a guide to some preventative vehicle maintenance tasks that are too frequently skipped by car owners.
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Long Distance Driving: 4 Benefits Of Camper Vans When You Have Small Children

16 December 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

According to the Department of Transportation, about 91% of holiday travelers and 89% of non-holiday travelers choose to drive, instead of going by air or rail, even though it takes longer to get to their destinations. But for those who have several children in tow, the idea of being crammed in a vehicle with several small children may not be the parents' idea of a good time. The constant questions of how much longer, proclamations of hunger, and endless potty-breaks and/or the need for diaper changes may make staying at home more appealing.
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CDL Driver & Recently Got A DUI? Restart Your Career By Being An Owner-Operator

15 July 2015
 Categories: Automotive, Articles

If you have a CDL and have recently been arrested for a first-offense DUI, you may lose your CDL for 1 year. While this could jeopardize your career in the short-term, it doesn't necessarily mean you will need to find another career for the rest of your life. Many carriers have strict guidelines to follow for their insurance coverage. Your chances of getting hired by a carrier will be better after 5 years.
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Blowouts And Beyond: What To Do When You Lose A Tire On The Road

14 July 2015
 Categories: , Articles

Losing a tire while driving is a nightmare for any driver. Whether you have a sudden puncture or a complete blowout, the loss of control under already stressful driving conditions can test even the most skilled drivers. Whether you have a complete blowout or just a nasty puncture, here are some things you need to know to help you stay safe when you lose a tire on the road. Diagnosing the problem
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About Me
Getting The Best Price On A Used Car

I still remember the first time I started shopping for a used car. Since I was more concerned about looking cool than how much money I spent, I focused on finding a bright red shiny car instead of checking out the engine. Although I was able to track down a pretty sweet looking convertible, the car only ran well for a few hundred miles. However, I was able to turn that bad investment into a lifestyle. After my car died, I learned more about cars, and now I like to teach other people how to get a great price on a decent ride.