Buy A Car Or Truck For The Right Price

Does it seem like car salesmen have gotten the better of you? Dealers, as well as private sellers, want to get the most money they can for their car. You can not think that business at a dealership is anything like business with a close friend. Read on to find out some useful advice.

Don’t let salesmen talk you into anything that is unaffordable. A lot of people purchase a sports car solely because the dealer talked them into it. You need to be aware that this salesperson is looking to make money through a commission, as well.

Full Sticker Price

You do not need to pay the full sticker price for your next car. No sane dealer believes he or she will get full sticker price. Bring a haggler with you if it’s not your forte. Before you go to the showroom, know what a good price is for …

Truck Restoration on a Budget

A lot of dedicated pickup truck fans have started noticing how much fun a classic truck restoration can be. Even if you’re not tackling a milestone vehicle, finding your favorite truck from the 90s or 00s and keeping it in great shape can be one of the most cost-effective ways to own a truck. Here are a couple tips for making the most of your older truck, whether you’re looking for historic restoration or just looking to have the best ride possible.

Saving Money on Replacement Parts

Buying an older vehicle often means having to assess each system to figure out which parts are worn enough they need replacement as a preventive measure. Often, aftermarket upgrades exist that provide performance benefits above and beyond the car’s stock statistics, but they are a bit of an investment. If you’re looking to replace a part with something that won’t wear out quickly …

How to Keep Your Truck Drivers Safe

Over-the-road truck drivers work and drive long hours. They keep our country going as they move commodities and goods across the United States from manufacturers to retailers. Without truck drivers, people would not have the goods and supplies they need to function normally everyday. For trucking companies, it is important to care for the well-being and safety of those who do so much to ensure the U.S. economy functions as it should. Here are some ways to do just that:

1. Keep Up With Fleet Maintenance

Rigs don’t run well if they aren’t maintained. Tractor-trailers require significant investment and things like a fuel air separation system and regular maintenance are integral to ensuring they run properly for hundreds of thousands of miles. You don’t want to lose time and money because of a clogged air filter or lack of an oil change. Maintaining the required fleet maintenance will help to …