Pros and Cons of Leasing a Truck

January 20th, 2017
leasing a truck

The perks of leasing a truck.

When it comes time to get a new truck, it can be difficult to decide between buying a truck outright or leasing it. Leasing a truck can be an awesome option for buyers who like switching things up often or who don’t want to deal with an older car. Read on for some of the top pros and cons of leasing a truck. Read the rest of this entry »

Tips For Winterizing Your Truck

January 13th, 2017
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Make sure your truck can handle the harshest winter weather.

The harsh and unpredictable winter weather can present many challenges for cars and trucks. While modern vehicles are designed to take on bad weather, there are still some tips and tricks you can use to make sure your vehicle is ready to handle anything. Read on below to learn more about winterizing trucks and cars.   Read the rest of this entry »

How to Remove Snow and Ice from Your Car

January 5th, 2017
Don't let snow get in the way of your commute tomorrow morning!

Don’t let snow get in the way of your commute tomorrow morning!

Maryland is expected to see the first measurable snowfall tonight, and there’s nothing worse than getting ready for work only to discover a windshield that’s buried in snow and ice. If you haven’t already, it’s worth brushing up on your snow removal skills. Driving with snow and ice on your car is not only hazardous, but in some areas there are laws that fine drivers who don’t clear their car. Here are a few valuable tips that can make your morning commute simpler after a little bit of snowfall. Read the rest of this entry »

Is Your Tire Pressure Light On? It Might Be The Cold Weather

December 21st, 2016
Winter weather can cause your tire pressure to fall below recommended levels.

Winter weather can cause your tire pressure to fall below recommended levels.

Has your tire pressure monitor light gone off recently? All vehicles sold in the United States as of 2007 feature this bright yellow indicator light. As today’s the first day of winter, it wouldn’t be unusual if your tire pressure monitor light triggered this morning. That’s because your car is telling you that your tires need more air to handle the chilly cold weather this time of year. Here’s what’s happening. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Ways to Decorate Your Vehicle for Christmas

December 16th, 2016
Is your truck outfitted for the winter holiday?

Is your truck outfitted for the winter holiday?

Christmas time is here, if you couldn’t tell from the abundance of chocolate and peppermint in the grocery store, the holiday tunes playing wherever you go, and the decorations outside of homes. Decorating doesn’t have to stop at the front porch, though! Here are some fun ideas for decorating your vehicle for Christmas. Read the rest of this entry »

7 Awesome Holiday Gift Ideas for Truck Owners

December 8th, 2016
holiday gift for truck owners

Have you done your holiday shopping yet?

Do you have a pickup-truck-loving spouse, sibling or friend? Consider tailoring this year’s holiday gift-giving to their truck-loving passion! Here are a few neat holiday gift ideas that every truck owner would love to have this season. Read the rest of this entry »

8 Truck Accessories to Prepare for Winter

December 1st, 2016
truck accessories

Make sure your truck is outfitted to handle the harshest winter weather.

Winter is coming! If you haven’t already, now is the time to start preparing your truck for harsh winter weather. Or maybe you’re on the lookout for a nice gift to give your truck loving loved ones? To get the most out of your truck this holiday season, consider adding these important truck accessories to your Christmas list. Read the rest of this entry »

A Guide to Maryland Tinting Regulations

November 16th, 2016
black truck with tinted side windows

Does your vehicle follow Maryland tinting regulations?

Are you in the market for tinted windows? While there are a number of practical advantages to tinted windows, it’s important to make sure your vehicle is following the proper rules and regulations for the state of Maryland. All post manufacture window tint film on motor vehicles registered in the state are regulated by Maryland State Law. Most regulated glass on vehicles allows for 70-75 percent of light. In order to meet the typical State requirement of 35 percent light transmittance, you will need to apply 50 percent post manufacture window tint film. Read the rest of this entry »

4 Considerations When Buying a Snowplow

November 10th, 2016
snowplow

Is your truck ready for winter weather?

As it continues to get colder out this fall, it’s time to start making preparations for winter weather. Maybe you’re thinking of making some money off this year’s big winter storms or simply want to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to clearing the snow from your driveway. Either way, buying a new snowplow requires a number of key considerations.
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Tips for Driving with a Trailer

November 2nd, 2016
Trailer Hitch Installation

Having the right hitch is essential when it comes to driving with a trailer.

Are you planning a road trip this fall and are going to be towing a trailer? Driving with a trailer swaying from side to side can feel spooky and, in fact, unsafe. It’s always a good idea to review some common safety practices for driving a truck or car with a trailer towed. Even the small details matter a lot when it comes to the stability of your rig. Here are a few simple guidelines to help drive with a trailer. Read the rest of this entry »