Navigating The Unavoidable Situation Of Renting A Very Large And Atypical Vehicle When On A Business Trip

Posted on: 19 April 2017

Cars break down and they can do so at the worst possible time. A person who is on a very important business trip might find his/her car has to go into the shop for two or three days. Luckily, the car insurance company is paying for a rental car. The drawback is the only vehicles available are a minivan and an SUV, two large-sized vehicles the driver may have no experience with.
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Getting Your Car Towed from the Scene of an Accident? 3 Things You Should Do Before Getting Your Car Hitched

Posted on: 13 March 2017

According to the National Highway Traffic Administration, a car accident happens every minute of the day, which means that over 5.25 million driving accidents occur each year. While you can easily drive your car away from the scene of the accident if the accident resulted in a minor fender bender, you'll have to call a tow truck and have your car towed to an auto shop of your choosing. Before you let the to truck driver move your vehicle, here are 3 things that you should do.
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What's The Diff? Why Using A Donut Spare On The Front Of A FWD Vehicle Could Damage The Transmission

Posted on: 7 March 2017

If you have a front wheel drive vehicle and you have a donut-sized tire as your spare tire, you need to understand what would happen if you were to drive your vehicle with the spare in the front. Here's what you need to know.  How it all works... or doesn't It's important to understand what happens to the mechanical parts of a front wheel drive vehicle when it's driven with a small spare tire on the front.
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Deciding Which Kenworth Trucks Are Right For Your Business

Posted on: 24 February 2014

Kenworth trucks are excellent workhorses, capable of hauling an impressive amount of cargo all across the country, and these trucks are proven to be durable, reliable, powerful, and affordable. You will need a Kenworth truck if you wish to transport and ship heavy cargo that is too large for vans and pickup trucks. A dealer that sells these trucks will also be able to accommodate your needs if you wish to purchase a fleet of trucks as well.
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