Get In An Accident? Act Fast Before The Tow Truck Arrives

If you have been in an accident that was caused by someone else and you have to call a tow truck to come get your vehicle, there are a few things you want to do before the tow truck arrives. This is to ensure you aren't going to have a problem filing the claim with their insurance company and yours, and so you have proof the damage wasn't done by you. Read More 

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Fiberglass Truck Bodies

Fiberglass truck bodies are less common than truck bodies that are made out of aluminum or steel. However, they have gained popularity because of the numerous advantages that they provide. There are several pros and cons that are associated with purchasing a fiberglass truck body. Advantages: One of the advantages of purchasing a truck body that is made out of fiberglass is that that it is able to resist the corrosion that results from inclement weather or salt that has been applied to the roads. Read More 

Take Your Classic Car To The Professionals

There are few things in this world that are as beautiful as a classic car or truck that has been restored. It is truly a sight to see when a classic car comes cruising down the road. Many times it is evident that a professional did not do the body and paint work on the car. It is definitely fun to restore a vehicle however, it is almost impossible to do body and paint work without the proper tools. Read More 

Driving School Tips: 2 Fundamental Lessons Your Teen Should Learn

You want to enroll your teen in a driving school to help him or her pass the driving test. But you also want to give your teen the best opportunity to become a safe driver. A good driving school can accomplish this. The following are just 2 things that should be offered by your teen's prospective driving school. 1. Safety & Proper Vehicle Inspection You already know that a driving school will teach your teen the various traffic laws that he or she must abide by. Read More 

Moving A Mobile Home: Why You Must Remove Everything Inside

If you are moving a mobile home, it is tempting to treat it like a moving van. That way of thinking can cost you everything you own, especially breakable items. A Mobile Home is Not Actually a Trailer While "trailer' is a common name for mobile homes, in reality, they are anything but mobile. They are built to be moved one time and settled in a permanent place. They are also built to be moved without anything inside, due to the already excessive weight of the home itself. Read More