Tow Truck Service With A Side Of Taxi: How Your Company Can Help Twice As Much

Posted on: 21 December 2016

As a tow truck service owner and operator, you spend most of your winter days pulling vehicles out of ditches and towing damaged vehicles into repair shops. However, if the owners of said vehicles are relatively uninjured and not headed to the nearest hospital, how are they going to meet you at the repair shop? Here is an idea that will help both you and your customers who are in need of towing and a passenger lift. [Read More]

Why Windshields Are Important

Posted on: 16 December 2016

Was your vehicle only left with minimal dents and a few chips in the windshield after a collision? If you were able to drive away from the collision and don't want to make any repairs too soon, it may not be the best idea. You must understand that the chips in your windshield can cause more problems than you might think if they are left unrepaired. Even if you want to hold off on getting the dents repaired, you should consider the windshield an emergency repair because it is needed for safety reasons. [Read More]

What You Need To Know About Alignment Problems With Your Car

Posted on: 16 December 2016

Many people spend lots of money on their car to insure it and to keep up with making payments. However, they fail to do simple things to take care of the car to ensure that it runs properly. If you fail to keep the car in good condition, it is simply like you are throwing away money on an investment that is sure to tank. Instead, one of the best things you can do for your car is learn to notice the warning signs that something is off and fix it right away. [Read More]

4 Tips for Finding the Best Semi-Truck Sleeper

Posted on: 28 November 2016

A sleeper berth is a must-have for any trucker planning on any sort of long-distance hauling. When it comes to finding a used semi-truck with the right sleeper, there are plenty of factors to keep in mind. The following offers four helpful tips for finding the best semi-truck sleeper on the used truck market. Consider the Size Size matters when it comes to getting a comfortable sleeping berth. Fortunately, sleeping berths come in a wide variety of sizes, from small 36-inch berths with basic amenities to exceptionally large 230-inch berths with a host of customizations. [Read More]