Hearing A Grinding Noise In Your Just-Purchased Used Car? Burned Ring And Pinion Parts May Be To Blame

Buying a used car can be a crap shoot because you may end up with a lemon. For example, you could end up hearing a grinding noise not long after you start driving it. There are many reasons that a car's engine could make these types of severe noises. One that few understand is burned ring and pinion parts. A Burned Ring And Pinion Causes Grinding Ring and pinon parts are located in your differential system and help keep it running smoothly. Read More 

Motorhome Vs. Fifth-Wheel Trailer: Exploring New Locations

When you choose an RV, you have many options to consider. The self-powered motor home is widely popular, but you will see other options including the fifth-wheel trailer. When choosing between a fifth-wheel trailer and a motorhome, the choice will likely come down to personal preference when exploring new locations more than anything, so it is important to know what each option offers, so you can choose what works best for you. Read More 

3 Tips For Dealing With A Cracked Windshield While On A Road Trip

Cracked windshields are something that most drivers experience at least once while on the road. Often it's the sound of a rock or other debris hitting the windshield with a crack that alerts the driver. The resulting damage to the windshield can end up being just a small chip, but often a larger crack has formed. A cracked windshield can be dangerous, especially if it affects the driver's line of sight. Read More 

Equip Your 4WD Truck with These Essential Off-Roading Items Before Taking it Out on the Trails

If you are in the process of outfitting your 4WD truck with all of the necessary items for going on an off-roading trip, then there are many items that will make your rig both safer and reduce your risk of becoming stranded out in the middle of nowhere. Here is a list of essential off-roading items you should consider installing on your truck before your trip: A Brush Guard Since you will be driving through some brush or tall grasses when you are out off-roading, it is always a good idea to protect the front of your truck with a brush guard. Read More 

3 Tips For Getting And Using An Oversized Vehicle Permit

If you drive heavy duty trucks or other large vehicles that may surpass certain weight limits, you will need to do your best to stay on top of logistics. One important detail you will need to shore up is an oversized vehicle permit. This is a type of permit that will keep you street legal, in order to avoid overweight penalties and also let you avoid driving in areas that have weight limitations. Read More