Increase Your Car’s Value With These Simple Fixes

Posted in July 24th, 2015
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When it is time to sell your car, you don’t want to be cheated out of a fair deal. However, buyers can use any number of nit-picky things to try and shave dollars off your asking price. Don’t let anyone talk you down from what you deserve by implementing some of these simple fixes: Interior [...]

How to Get a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)

Posted in July 20th, 2015
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Commercial driver’s license more commonly abbreviated as CDL is one of the most common and important type of driver’s permit in the United States.  A valid CDL is required in order to drive and operate any type of vehicle including light weight to heavy weight trucks within the United States. It is mandatory to operate [...]

4 Tips for a Memorable and Safe Road Trip

Posted in July 10th, 2015
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Despite air travel getting cheaper and safer every year, Americans still prefer hitting the road for vacations. Memorable road trips require a balance of spontaneity and due diligence before departure. You don’t want the excursion to be so mapped out that you’re following a daily schedule while on vacation, but potential issues to an extended [...]

Things to Do Before Buying a Car

Posted in June 2nd, 2015
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Buying and driving own car probably tops the wish list of almost all of us and it’s indeed an exciting part of our life. But, apart from the wish and the excitement the fact remains that buying a car needs money- hell a lot of money and it should be spend very cautiously and carefully. [...]

Connected Driving Systems: How They Help & How They Distract

Posted in May 1st, 2015
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Connected driving systems aren’t a luxury in new cars anymore, they’re the new standard. The ability to connect our smartphones and access phone calls, text, emails, GPS and even the Web without using our hands is almost expected when buying a car made in the last two years. This technology is supposed to make life [...]

5 Industries Looking for Commercial Driving License Holders in America

Posted in April 7th, 2015
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In the United States, having a commercial driving license (CDL) is imperative if you are a business owner belonging to certain types of industries. Typically, such businesses include those that involve the freight of dangerous chemicals or materials, are characterized by commercial automobiles weighing around 10,000 pounds with towed trailers and can carry about 16 [...]

3 Tips to Maximize the Life of Your Vehicle

Posted in April 1st, 2015
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There are nearly 253 million cars on U.S. roads, with an average age of 11.4 years per vehicle, according to a 2014 analysis by market research firm IHS Automotive. The firm expects the average age of vehicles in operation (VIO) to increase a few months — or 2.6 percent — by 2019. The pros and [...]

Government review gives driverless cars the green light

Posted in February 17th, 2015
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Driverless cars could soon become a common sight in the UK following the government’s decision to allow the vehicles to be tested on public roads. A regulatory review into the legality of “testing, producing and marketing highly and fully automated vehicles” has given the green light to companies investing in the technology, meaning they can [...]

5 Creative Driveway Design Essentials to Enhance Safety

Posted in February 16th, 2015
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Safe driveway design doesn’t have to be boring. With proper planning, you can create an attractive approach to your home or business while paying attention to safety issues. Use the following tips to avoid accidents involving your children, new teen drivers, delivery trucks with poor visibility and other hazards. To help keep your family, home [...]

Quad Bike Moving Tips and Guidelines

Posted in January 27th, 2015
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If you have an all-terrain vehicle and you need to move to a new home, then moving it will take a bit of preparation and extra work to complete. This is true about long-distance moving for the most part. After all, the last thing you want to do is have to deal with your movers [...]