Troubleshooting A Car That Won't Start

Posted on: 1 March 2019

A car that won't start, whether in your driveway or in a parking lot, is a massive inconvenience that can screw up your entire day. There are a variety of different reasons why your car's engine is not able to engage, all involving different parts or systems within your vehicle. Understanding the symptoms of some of the most common culprits, and what can be done to get your engine running, can help minimize the disruption to your schedule and ensure that your vehicle is able to operate properly again as soon as possible.
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3 Signs The Clutch In Your Car's Manual Transmission Is Going Bad

Posted on: 29 January 2019

If you have noticed lately that your car is having problems shifting gears, you may wonder whether there is an issue with the clutch. If so, look for the following signs that the clutch in your car's manual transmission is starting to go bad. 1.  Lack of Resistance When Depressing the Clutch Pedal Normally, when you push down on the clutch pedal before manually shifting gears, you feel some resistance as the clutch is engaged to allow you to shift.
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Guidance For Your Truck Driving Career

Posted on: 26 November 2018

Getting the most out of your truck driving career involves a mixture of learning the best ways to master your route and knowledge and also taking care of the equipment itself. By investing in a great truck, learning how to maximize your travel, and staying ahead of the curve in the industry, driving trucks can be one of the most worthwhile experiences that you have. To take your career to the next level in this regard, follow the tips below.
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How To Keep Your Truck Drivers From Becoming Victims Of Fuel Theft And Card Skimming

Posted on: 14 October 2018

When you are operating a company that uses fleets, one of the challenges is dealing with fuel theft. Refined fuel is more attractive to thieves, because it is easier to sell. This can cut into your bottom line and can force drivers to refuel their trucks more often. Fortunately, there are practices your drivers can use that will make it more difficult for thieves to steal from your trucks. Be Careful Where You Park
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