How To Enter The RV World

If you have been thinking that you would like to enter the RV world, you will quickly discover that you have a lot to learn before you purchase your first RV and set out on your first road trip. Here are a few tips on the best ways to learn about the RV world before you make your first purchase. #1 Find Out About Trade Shows If you really want to dive head first into the world of recreational vehicles, find out when an RV trade show will be held in your area and purchase some tickets to the show.

What To Look For In A Semi Sleeper Cab

For long-haul, over the road drivers, a sleeper semi cab is an essential. This house on wheels should have the comfort and functionality needs necessary to support the driver, so it's important to choose carefully. If you are looking to purchase a sleeper, here are some things to consider. Berth Area Many semi sleepers come with a single twin bed. If you're going to be team driving, you have to consider whether you want to share a bed with the other driver.

Four Reasons To Consider Owning A Truck

Trucks aren't just for construction professionals or other people who regularly need to haul large loads. While the additional cargo space is an obvious benefit, this isn't at all the only perk of being a truck owner. If you have been on the fence as to whether or not you should go ahead and make a truck purchase, here are just some of the factors that can help highlight just why this is a smart move.

3 Myths About Oil Changes Are Busted

When you bought your new car, you probably got told all kinds of information about when you should have your oil changed. All your friends and family are probably too happy to tell you what they thing is true. The fact is, that there is a lot of misinformation out there. It can be hard to figure out what is true and what isn't.  Myth: Oil needs to be changed every 3000 miles.

Three Tips To Restoring Brakes Before Driving A Car That Has Been Parked For Years

Cars that have been parked for years can present many challenges when you want to get them back on the road again. One of the priorities that you should take care of is the brakes. Brakes can deteriorate when they are left idle for years. Lines can corrode, calipers can freeze and master cylinders can fail. If you want to be safe, here are some tips to help you address brake issues in cars that have been sitting for long periods: