3 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Put Off Your Vehicle's Wheel Alignment
1 March 2017
If a mechanic has recently told you that you need to have your wheels aligned or if you have been noticing signs of wheel alignment issues -- such as your car pulling to the left or right when it should be going straight ahead -- then you might have put off having this done. It can be easy to do so, but it's important to have this important vehicle maintenance task done when it's needed.
5 Must-Haves For Your New Motor Home
28 July 2016
If you've just had the pleasure of buying a new motor home, you're probably feeling that itch to hit the road. But you better put the brakes on your travel plans until you get your hands on a few important items. Whether you're planning a short trip or you're starting your journey as a full-time nomadic RVer, here are five things you must have for your new RV.
5 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Getting Financed as an Owner-Operator
6 May 2016
If you are an owner-operator and are looking to buy a semitruck, it can be difficult to find financing. This is especially true if you are a new owner-operator. However, if you know what finance companies are looking for, you can increase your chances of getting approved for a loan and purchasing your own truck.
A Positive Company History
Many financial institutions may be unwilling to finance a truck for an owner-operator who is currently starting their own business.
Buying Your First Private-Party Vehicle? What Should You Know?
6 July 2015
If you've always purchased new (or new to you) vehicles from an auto dealer, you may be reluctant to delve into the world of private party sales. How can you ensure that the vehicle has been well cared-for and is in good mechanical condition? However, purchasing from a private party not only requires less paperwork on your end, but can save you money. If you're not a car expert, there are a few things you can do to reduce the chances you'll wind up purchasing someone else's lemon.