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Planning the Perfect Road Trip with Dogs

For many of us, taking a vacation just isn’t completely relaxing when we’re worried about how our dogs are doing at the kennel.  Enjoying time away from home with my family includes the ones that walk on four feet, so finding ways to make travel easier with dogs is important.  Over time, here are the… Read More

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How to Tell if You Need New Truck Tires

Good tires are a wise investment for your truck.  These four rubber objects support your vehicle’s load, maintain traction with the road, help your vehicle stop when you put on the brakes, absorb bounce and shock, and help you steer effectively.  The right tires will help keep you and your passengers safe and your truck… Read More

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How to Choose a Toolbox for Your Truck

Trucks are the workhorses of the vehicle world, with the most capacity to haul and tow the equipment you need for the day’s tasks.  A truck toolbox gives you additional, secured space to store valuable tools and materials in the bed, and they’re also helpful for keeping lightweight items from flying out.  There are several… Read More

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Simple Steps to Weatherize A Pickup Truck

The leaves are beginning to turn color, and the temperatures are starting to drop.  That means this is a good time to start planning to winterize your pickup truck.  By taking a few proactive steps while it’s still nice outdoors, your rig will be better protected for the cold months to come. Five steps to… Read More

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Why Should You Care About Your Mudflaps

You’ve already made a substantial investment in your truck.  Mudflaps are a natural extension of that level of care to ensure your rig remains in its best condition. But how to choose the best mudflaps around? Regardless of weather conditions, traveling on paved, gravel, and dirt roads all wreak havoc on the exterior of your… Read More

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Why is it so Difficult to Find a Used RV?

Traveling in the RV quickly became the vacation of choice in 2020 as pandemic concerns made air travel less attractive and shut down the cruise industry entirely.  By the end of the year, RV dealerships had put a total of 430,412 units on their lots (6% more than in 2019), even though RV production was… Read More

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Should There be Rust on My Truck?

Most vehicle owners keep a wary eye on the exterior condition of their investments.  Every ding, scratch, or other instance of visible damage to your truck’s body should be dealt with promptly to avoid rust and corrosion.  However, have you ever inspected the underside of your truck?  Depending on your rig’s make, model, year, and… Read More

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Which should you choose for your truck: a tonneau cover or a canopy?

Owning a truck means you can transport just about anything you need to where it needs to go.  The last thing you want to happen is for your load to fly out of the truck’s bed and either become damaged, lost, or worse yet–injure another person or vehicle on the road.  Sure, tie-downs can do… Read More

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Is a local heatwave getting you down? It’s likely impacting your truck, too.

Many parts of the United States have been experiencing unprecedented heat this year.  If you live in one of these regions, it’s essential to consider how the extreme temperature may be impacting your truck and take necessary precautions to keep it running at its best. Five common issues for truck performance in high heat: Engine… Read More

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Is Your RV Past its Prime for Park Acceptance?

With the growing popularity of RV and motorhome camping, many families are purchasing used models.  In many cases, an owner may have been storing an RV for many years before accepting that it’s just not right for their family’s needs–resulting in 10 to 20-year-old models having 20,000 miles or less on their odometers.  With a… Read More

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