Should You Purchase Used Fleet Trucks?

Posted on: 14 May 2021

Do you need to build or add to your fleet as the business expands? The biggest consideration will be the budget at your disposal. If your business is young and the budget tight, you might not have much flexibility in purchasing new trucks. You could look at used fleet trucks as a viable alternative. Fleet trucks are vehicles that have belonged to companies or organizations. Many companies turn their vehicles in after a few years.
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Three Reasons To Have Your Windshield Replaced At Home

Posted on: 22 September 2020

Car windshields are unique pieces of automotive-rated glass. They consist of multiple glass and plastic layers that work together to keep drivers safe on the road by improving visibility and keeping road debris out of vehicles. When windshields get damaged by rock chips, they should be repaired promptly to prevent cracking. If your windshield has already cracked due to a neglected rock chip or a road accident, you need to get it replaced.
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Choosing New Wheels And Tires After Lifting Your Truck

Posted on: 4 July 2019

If you have recently installed a lift on your off-road truck, you may be looking to put new rims and larger tires on it as well. Larger tires will complete the look of a lifted truck, as sometimes the stock tires simply appear too small once you add a suspension lift. Here are some of the things that you need to know if you're considering buying new rims and tires for the first time.
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Keeping The Brakes On Your Truck In Good Working Order

Posted on: 21 September 2018

No matter what you drive, brakes are one of the most important systems in your vehicle. When you drive a heavy truck that hauls heavy loads or pulls a trailer, the brakes are put under a lot more stress so it is important to take care of them and keep everything maintained properly. Where you take your truck and what the service is important when you are dealing with heavy-duty brake systems.
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