Tips For Safe And Successful Car Shipping

Posted April 18th @ 18 April, 2015

If it becomes necessary to ship your car or motorcycle to a distant location, there are a few things to keep in mind to make sure that the trip is a safe one for your vehicle and that you get the best deal possible. Since vehicles are some our most expensive purchaes, it only makes sense to give some advance thought to how someone else will transport it. These days there is a wide choice of auto transporters to choose from. Especially since online car sales websites like Ebay Motors has just ...
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Safety Instructions About Forklifts

Posted April 11th @ 11 April, 2015

Forklifts are industrial vehicles made to take the place of manual lifting and manual work. There are two "forks" or arms located at the front of the vehicle that are used to lift, lower, stack and unstack heavy loads. The loads are usually stacked on top of wooden pallets that the arms or forks fit into to bring a large quantity of things up or down at once. The drivers cause almost 50% of accidents involving forklifts. Normally, the driver has hit a pedestrian. Therefore, forklifts and people ...
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Tires, Your Most Essential Truck Accessory

Posted April 10th @ 10 April, 2015

There you are, driving along the highway in your 4X4 when you glance off to the side only to see an oh-so-inviting muddy logging trail. "Can't pass this one up", you say to yourself, as you tug on the steering wheel and head off to 4-wheeler's heaven. Next thing you know, you're using your cell phone (if it works out in no-man's land) to call a tow truck. What happened? In the excitement of the moment, did you forget you still had highway tires on your truck? Oops! Most light trucks come ...
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Pickup Truck Accessories

Posted April 8th @ 8 April, 2015

No matter what make of pickup truck you own, chances are you want to change it from the way the factory supplied it. Whether you use your vehicle for work, off-road play or some of both, you can find performance parts, accessories and customization products to make your pickup truck unique. When you want your pickup truck to look and perform better, accessories will help you customize it. While it's possible to get some accessories from the Chevy, GMC, Dodge, Ford, Jeep, Mazda, Nissan or ...
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Performance Parts 101

Posted April 5th @ 5 April, 2015

In the automotive industry, the term 'performance parts' is used for a variety of car and truck parts or accessories, that are designed to enhance a vehicle's performance. The term is generally tied to the aftermarket industry which makes sense considering that car or truck enhancement parts or accessories are typically purchased after the original purchase. This is not to say that O.E.M. manufacturers won't create performance parts, because they often do. Products such as Borla Exhausts, K&N ...
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Truck Parts Are in the Eye of the Beholder

Posted March 29th @ 29 March, 2015

In the performance parts industry, people tend to use the words parts and accessories interchangeably, while others see a difference. So what’s the difference, for example, between truck parts and truck accessories if many of them serve the same basic function? It depends on who you ask. Because the words parts and accessories each encompass a large number of products that overlap and can therefore be categorized as either, people tend to the use the words interchangeably without any ...
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Auto Towing Need Not Be A Nightmare

Posted March 27th @ 27 March, 2015

All but the very luckiest of souls has, at some point, had their car towed away from them in the wake of malfunction from an automotive towing company, or worse, come out to the place it had once been parked only to find some phantom tow truck had grabbed hold of their prized possession and quickly spirited it away. The latter case is always most infuriating, though having to call an towing company is never anyone's idea of a ripping good time in itself. Either way, without traffic ...
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RVTraderOnline.com Announces the Top Ten Most Searched States

Posted March 23rd @ 23 March, 2015

RVTraderOnline.com, an online showroom of over 75,000 recreational vehicles across the US and a division of Trader Publishing Company announces the states that have received the most searches on RVTraderOnline.com for end of 2005 are California and Florida. Focusing on the number of state searches conducted on RVTraderOnline.com from January 1, 2005 to the present, it was determined which states accumulated the most interest from RV enthusiasts. Those top ten states are California, Florida, ...
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Advantages of Transporter

Posted March 20th @ 20 March, 2015

Transporter is the person who transports any thing from one place to another. There is no doubt you have seen car transporters at work, especially if you live anywhere near a car dealership. It is important cars required to get from the manufacturing place to the selling outlet. Maybe an even more frequent situation is when you see a car that has been broken down in a crash hauled to the shop for repairs. At often this is done with a tow truck, but car some times transporters are used in ...
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Happy Honda Days, Eh?

Posted March 19th @ 19 March, 2015

I love this time of year! The seasonal music, the lights, manger scenes, and the silly ads on television. No, I am not talking about ads pitching products to put in your stocking or to set under your Christmas tree. Instead, what I like is all the car ads cleverly designed to get you to leave the mall and hit dealer showrooms. There is a lot more then meets the eye when a car ad makes its appearance during the holiday season. It isn't all ho, ho, ho either! Read on and I will tell you what it ...
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