Synthetic Lubricants Mean Less Dependence on Foreign Oil

Posted July 23rd @ 23 July, 2014

As big oil companies continue to grow bigger, foreigners are the ones who get most of the money. If you own a lot of oil stock you may be happy, but the rest of us can only grumble when we see prices jump higher at the pump. The gas station is the easiest way to see how the rising cost of oil affects us, but there are many hidden costs, too. Much of the world’s oil now comes from the middle east. We are able to see on a daily basis the price of being dependent on another part of the world ...
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Best Replacement Parts for Toyota’s Hybrid sport utility Vehicles Housed at the No. 1 Toyota Parts discount Store

Posted July 22nd @ 22 July, 2014

Toyota has long promoted environment responsibility through its low-emission vehicles and manufacturing plants with •zero-landfill producing operations.” With the introduction of the Toyota Pries in 1997, Toyota had taken a big step forward in its efforts to create more fuel efficient and environment-friendly vehicles. This feat is followed recently with the introduction of the Toyota Highlander. The Toyota Pries, being the first mass-produced hybrid vehicle and the Toyota Highlander, ...
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Finding the truck accessories distributor

Posted July 20th @ 20 July, 2014

Finding the truck accessories distributor Truck accessories distributor It wasn't too long ago that finding a truck accessories distributor meant a lot of work, miles and effort. These folks are the lifeblood for most of our truck needs. There was a time we could drive the street and see them all over but finding what we needed may have taken more than a few stops. Today, most of the small and even specialty shops have fallen by the wayside as the truck accessories distributor most likely ...
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The Suspension System On A Car Explained

Posted July 19th @ 19 July, 2014

"Suspension," when discussing cars, refers to the use of front and rear springs to suspend a vehicle's "sprung" weight. The springs used on today's cars and trucks are constructed in a variety of types, shapes, sizes, rates, and capacities. Types include leaf springs, coil springs, air springs, and torsion bars. These are used in sets of four for each vehicle, or they may be paired off in various combinations and are attached by several different mounting techniques. The suspension system also ...
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How to Change A Tire

Posted July 18th @ 18 July, 2014

It always happens at the worst times! You need to know how to change a tire even if you have an auto club membership. Depending on where you get a flat, there may not be a phone nearby to call a tow truck. Let's take is step by step and always remember to read your owners manual, there will be detailed instructions relating to your car there. I should mention also a few tips for getting to the side of the road safely if you have a blowout on the road. ·Stay calm, do not panic ·Slowly take ...
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Buying A Fuel-Efficient Car

Posted July 17th @ 17 July, 2014

Whether you buy a new or used vehicle, fuel efficiency--good gas mileage--is high on the list of most buyers' concerns. The difference between choosing a fuel-efficient car or one that guzzles gas, will either save or cost you money over the life of the vehicle, which could be substantial. Fuel efficiency varies widely from one car to the next. Obviously you can check the EPA rating for city/highway MPG on the window sticker, although most of us know the average car never reaches those numbers. ...
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Posted July 16th @ 16 July, 2014

Goscor Lift Truck Company (GLTC) has been very active in the KZN region and has recently supplied two well-known local companies with a range of its products. Digistics, the logistics company responsible for all KFC’s and Macdonald’s distribution in the KZN area has taken delivery of a Crown ESR Reach Truck, a Daewoo LP Gas G18 Forklift and three Crown WPS Powered Pallet Trucks. Samson Bohata, Digistics director, says that the reliability of both the product and the service is crucial in ...
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Should You Consider Buying Bank Repo Trucks?

Posted July 15th @ 15 July, 2014

Many private auction agencies, banks, loan lending organizations and government agencies hold repo auctions for automobiles like cars, motorbikes and trucks. These agencies come into possession of surplus assets regularly and look out to sell off the goods in minimum timeframe hoping to receive maximum cash back for the said assets. However, one can expect to get a good deal out of these schemes provided one has good knowledge of the working of such systems. The crucial fact of the matter is ...
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Are Repossessed Trucks Still Reliable?

Posted July 14th @ 14 July, 2014

Trucks tend to be the primary focus of every person! We require vehicles to live. Who among us can transport huge products without using a truck? The reply is; they are essential. They are almost everywhere plus they are required to complete the job. Are you attempting to complete the job? Then probably you'll require a truck.   The issue though is price. It's really a genuine problem discovering that truck we need to complete the job at a cost we can definitely pay for. Well, there are ...
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New or Used: Which is the best Bucket Truck Choice For Your Company?

Posted July 13th @ 13 July, 2014

Business all over this great country are struggling to make ends meet. So what is the small contractor to do? Pick the shiny new equipment truck, or shiny used one? Many business owners don’t consider buying used work vehicles because they fear that they may have troubles down the road, which will cost them even more money. As the old adage goes, you get what you pay for. But what some people don’t know, is that because an equipment work vehicle is used, does not, by any means, mean it is ...
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