The standard pickup bed is versatile, but it does have its limitations. As a landscaper or groundskeeper, you may have a hard time getting loose material in and out of a pickup bed. As an electrical contractor, you will face the need to keep electrical supplies and tools organized so that you can easily access them when the need arises. As a welder, you need to keep equipment and supplies ready at hand.
7 January 2016
One of the main reasons why you probably purchased a truck over a car in the first place was to be able to haul and tow items. When it comes to loading up equipment or bringing home new furniture, your truck is reliable and always there for you. One thing that you may not consider every time you are hauling something heavy behind you is your truck's transmission. Heavy towing and stop-and-go traffic from your job can wreak havoc on the transmission system over time.
28 September 2015
A truck cap can be an excellent way of protecting the items you have in your truck bed from the elements. However, there are many truck owners that may not have much experience with these devices, and this can cause them to be unsure of what is needed to care for these items. If you have recently had a truck cap installed, you may benefit from using these two tips to help keep it safe from some common forms of damage and wear.
23 September 2015
When you're preparing your car for another winter, one thing you shouldn't overlook is the damage that salted roads can do to your car. As you drive over roads that have been salted, your wheels will spray this salt up onto the undercarriage of your car. And while salt is effective at speeding up the melting of ice on roads, it is also effective at speeding up the rusting of metal.
11 September 2015