Tips And Tricks For Removing Old Bumper Stickers

Posted on: 26 January 2016

Whether you "brake for gnomes" or want to tell everyone in traffic about your straight-A student or your recent triumph over the half-marathon, there comes a time when you'll want or need to get rid of your old bumper stickers. If you've recently bought a used car, there's also a chance that you don't want to be stick with the previous owner's love of tacos or other quirky catchphrases. The following shows how you can get rid of those bumper stickers with little to no fuss.
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How To Select And Properly Install A Pickup Truck Bed Rail Cover

Posted on: 22 October 2015

A pickup truck's bed is at the very heart of the vehicle and represents why most owners choose to own one. As such, the truck bed often takes a lot of abuse during loading, hauling and unloading. Truck bed liners do a great job of protecting the inside of the bed, but most don't provide wrap-over protection of the top of the bed rails. The bed rails are vulnerable to scratching, so installing bed rail covers makes a lot of sense when it comes to providing long-term protection.
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Take Care of Your Parking Brake With These Helpful Tips

Posted on: 24 August 2015

Your vehicle's parking brake plays an integral role in keeping your vehicle stationary, whether you're parked on an incline or on a relatively flat street. Keeping this mechanism in great shape is important for both safety and practicality issues. However, you're probably not aware of what you should do to keep it in good shape. The following offers a few tips you can use to maintain your parking brake and ensure it works properly when you need it.
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Buying Your First Semi Truck? What You Should Know About Air Ride Suspensions

Posted on: 12 August 2015

If you're new to being an owner-operator and you're in the market for your first truck, it's important to understand the unique suspension system of air-ride tractor trailers. The system resembles that of a car's air suspension, but is also equipped with air hoses that provide control for both the cab and the trailer. They're large structures, requiring significant air volume to compensate for the weight of both the cab and the trailer.
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