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Learn What To Do If A Rock Hits Your Windshield And Chips It

When a rock flies up and hits your windshield, it can leave a chip. Many people choose to leave the chip alone until it turns into a crack, which is never a good idea. It costs far more to replace a windshield after it cracks than to simply have it repaired when it is chipped. The following guide walks you through a few things you need to know about having a chip repaired in your windshield. Read More 

Intend To Resell Auto Salvage? How To Prevent Devastating Rust

Auto salvage yards exist for at least two reasons. One, they buy up scrap metal to recycle it. Two, they often resell some of that auto scrap for parts to make money. If your ultimate goal is to buy and sell scrap autos and auto parts, the biggest issue you face is rust. It is not as though you operate a scrap yard under a giant weatherproof canopy; no scrap yard does. Read More 

Reasons To Use Your Driving School Instructor’s Car For Your License Test

Attending driving school after you get your learner's permit will give you the best chance of success when it's time to go through the testing for your full driver's license. The in-class and in-car components of driving school will have you comfortable not only behind the wheel, but also knowledgeable about how to deal with any challenges that you encounter during your test. While many driving school students use their parent's vehicle for their test, you may alternatively have the option of using your driving school instructor's vehicle. Read More 

Five Key Inspection Points When You’re On The Market For A Semi Truck

Purchasing a semi truck is a big investment for your company. You need to make sure you make a wise purchase to avoid taking a loss or experiencing downtime when your truck is out of order for repairs.  If you're currently on the market for a used freightliner truck, performing a thorough inspection of any trucks you're considering is of vital importance to protecting your investment. The following are five key points of inspection when you're looking for the right semi truck: Read More