3 Advantages Of Driving A Car With A Manual Transmission

Posted on: 24 April 2017

You spot that shiny new car on the lot and it's perfection at its finest, all except one nagging little problem: it has a manual transmission. Even if you know how to drive a stick shift vehicle, chances are if you are like a lot of car buyers, this one little thing will be the dealbreaker on your purchase. However, it really shouldn't be such a problem. If you get to know a little more about manual transmissions, you may just decide that a stick shift truly isn't such a bad feature for a ride to have.
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3 Things To Know About Renting A Car

Posted on: 9 March 2017

Being late to work at a new job due to unreliable public transportation can get you fired. If you have already been late a few times, you might want to consider renting a car. You can use the rental vehicle until you are able to save up enough money to purchase your own. There are ways to obtain money for the rental if you don't have any saved up already. Your goal should be to do everything possible to avoid losing your job from being late all of the time.
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Three Reasons Why Hitch Installations Are Only Installed On Big Vehicles

Posted on: 3 February 2017

Hitches for trailers are on the backs of jeeps, trucks, SUVs, station wagons, and just about any mid-sized or larger sedan. Because hitches are such a common sight, you may never have noticed that they are only installed on larger vehicles. There are many good reasons for this. If you are looking to install a hitch on your own vehicle, you may want to make sure you have the correct size of vehicle and that none of the following restrictions for hitch installation apply to your situation.
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Three Kinds Of Semi Trucks You Can Buy For Your Freelance Trucker Business

Posted on: 26 September 2016

If you have decided to start a freelance trucking operation, then you need to buy your own semi truck. The best way to do this is to look at used semi truck sales. The used trucks are in very good condition but cost significantly less than brand-new trucks. Here are three styles commonly found on a used truck lot. No Sleep(er) for You! Semis traditionally did not come equipped with a sleeper cab.
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