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  • Three Benefits To Traveling With Aluminum Trailers This Holiday Season

    4 November 2016

    Thinking about doing a family caravan of aluminum trailers in the middle of the winter holiday season? Most people might be more inclined to travel in RVs if they are going on a road trip to meet up with other family for Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. However, traveling with an aluminum trailer has many benefits over an RV, even in winter. Here are just a few. Aluminum Trailers Collect and Retain Heat Naturally

  • Design A Revved Up Man Cave While You're Shopping At The Vintage Car Parts Store

    26 July 2016

    Do you have a visit planned to the classic car parts store or auto graveyard to get items for a vintage model you're rebuilding? While you're there, don't overlook other cheap parts that you can use to design a car-themed man cave or rec room. Here are tips for how to turn those parts you'd normally pass by into furniture and accessories that help save waste and make your place look unique.

  • How To Protect Your Car From Hail

    4 April 2016

    As a car owner, nothing can make you feel more helpless than being trapped in traffic with hailstones bouncing off of your car. You can actually hear the metal being dented and the glass cracking when huge chunks of ice hit. Even smaller hailstones can cause damage. You can protect your vehicle from much of this damage by taking a few precautions.  Cover Obviously, having a garage helps protect your car, but you don't keep it there 24/7.

  • Need a Truck Cap to Protect Materials? Things to Consider

    21 August 2015

    If you have a lot of tools or supplies you transfer around in the bed of your truck and you worry about leaving everything exposed all of the time, it's time to get a truck cap. If you aren't thrilled with the way that they look or you have never considered one in the past, there are a lot of advantages to using one. The cap is going to hold items in the back of the truck so you don't have to worry about tying or weighing them down and it's going to keep all of the items dry and clean because the items are sheltered from rain, dust, dirt, and more.

  • 2 Ways To Keep Rust From Damaging Your Car's Undercarriage

    11 August 2015

    All metal has a vulnerability to the elements. Metal can rust and holes can develop. The more that the metal is exposed to the hard elements and substances that can damage it, the quicker the damage can happen. The metal under your car gets exposed to all kinds of nasty things. When it rains, water gets thrown up to sit in the works. The water, added to the heat of your engine and exhaust, can make rust form faster.

  • Finally Have a Lawn to Mow? Here's a Quick Guide to Choosing the Perfect Mower

    11 August 2015

    You've moved into your new home and it's not located in a drought region. You finally have a beautiful lawn that you get to tend to. Now you have to go out and buy a lawn mower. Unfortunately, you don't have a clue about the type of mower to purchase. Before you head to the home improvement store to buy your first lawn mower, take a minute to familiarize yourself with the different types of mowers that are available.

  • Signs to Know When Your Transmission Is Failing

    31 July 2015

    If you are someone who relies on their dashboard indicators to inform you that there is something wrong with your car then you may need to find a better solution to knowing when your transmission is failing. Many cars do not have a dashboard icon that inform the driver that their transmission is not working properly and failing to receive transmission repairs in a timely matter can definitely create further and costly damages to your transmission.