Dealing With Repairs On Your Semi Truck

Owning your semi truck and hauling freight for a living can be rewarding, but it can also be costly. Owning your truck means having to pay for the repairs and deal with getting the truck in for maintenance when it is needed. In some cases, that means taking time off to make sure that happens. Unexpected repairs can cause more significant problems especially if you are not prepared for them. 

3 Reasons To Buy Running Boards For Your Pickup Truck

If you are a pickup truck owner and enthusiast, then you might know about the running boards that you can install on your vehicle to give yourself and your passengers a "step up" when getting in and out of your vehicle. If you have never thought about installing them on your truck, you may want to consider doing so for these reasons and more. 1. Make Getting in and Out Easier

The Pros And Cons Of Installing A Gooseneck Hitch Yourself

If you are looking to tow a trailer behind your truck, you may be looking at installing a gooseneck hitch on the back. A gooseneck hitch allows you to tow heavy items, such as fifth wheel trailers and livestock trailers. If you need this type of hitch installed, you have two options. You can do it yourself or hire a professional to do it for you. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, you may be wondering what the advantages and disadvantages are to doing it yourself.

4 Ways To Stay Safe While Waiting For A Tow Truck

Being stranded on the side of the road could be more than just a stressful and inconvenient experience. It can also be highly dangerous unless you take steps to increase your roadside safety. Here are a few ways you can keep yourself and other motorists safe while waiting for your tow truck. Move as Far off the Road as Possible If you need to pull over to the side of road, make sure you pull over far enough to keep your vehicle out of traffic's way.

3 Ways To Keep Your Diesel Engine Warm In Cold Climates

Diesel engines are more sensitive to cold temperatures than regular engines. If you live in a cold climate, you are going to need to make sure that your diesel engine is warm enough in order to fire up and get started. Here are three different ways you can keep your diesel engine warm, even when you are not using it. #1 Battery Warmer One part of your vehicle that you can warm up is your battery.