William Alvarez

  • Should You Have Your Vehicle's Engine Checked Out? Here's Some Things To Look For

    Without a properly functioning engine, your vehicle will not run as well as it should, and you will be at risk of finding yourself broken down along the side of the road should the engine finally give out completely. To prevent any of that from happening, you will want to learn about the things you should be watching out for in order to know just when it is time to have a mechanic take a look at the engine.
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  • Details You Need To Know About How Your Diabetes Can Affect Your Commercial Driving License

    After you take the tests and complete the certification to get your commercial driving license (CDL), it is your key to driving many types of commercial vehicles and earning money for it. Diabetes is on the rise in the United States, and because of the long hours and lack of mobility within your truck while driving, it is especially high in the trucking industry. Fortunately, having diabetes does not mean you will lose your CDL and need to find a new job, as you can still do what you are good at.
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  • Come Sail Away With Me!

    If you recently purchased a sailboat and have chosen to use the watercraft this summer while soaking up the sun and catching some freshwater fish on a manmade lake that is in your town, obviously you cannot just head out to the water. You will need a reliable way to transport your boat and some marine accessories.  Learn About The Rights To The Lake And Update Your License Contact the head of the chamber of commerce or the person in charge of recreation in your town to find out about the rights to the lake.
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  • Three Tips For Helping You To Manage Your Commercial Vehicle Fleet

    Vehicle maintenance can be an extremely complicated logistical task for businesses that have large commercial fleets. Unfortunately, many business leaders will greatly underestimate the importance of a comprehensive maintenance plan, and this can lead to them paying more for repairs than necessary. Invest In A Maintenance Tracking System One of the first steps that you should take with your fleet is to invest in a comprehensive maintenance tracking system. These systems will monitor the mileage and service history of your vehicles so that it can easily track when regular maintenance needs to be performed for each vehicle.
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  • Three Important Maintenance Tips For Teen Drivers

    As complicated as cars are, taking care of them on a basic level doesn't require a mechanic's knowledge, a big budget, or years of driving skill. The best way to take care of your car is to learn the fundamentals of everyday operation for the type of vehicle you own, and to know what tools are available for you when you need help. This can help save you money on routine maintenance and help your car last longer.
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  • How To Know Your Car's Transmission Fluid Needs Changing

    The transmission fluid is the blood of your car; it ensures that the transmission system is safe and efficient. Don't forget that the transmission system is one of the most expensive parts of the car to replace in case of catastrophic failure. That is why you should always replace the transmission fluid when necessary; delays can be dangerous. Here are some tips to ensure your car always has a good transmission fluid.
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  • Things To Do When Buying A Car

    When you are out looking at cars to purchase, you want to make sure you take all the necessary steps to protect yourself. You don't want to end up with a car from someone who has covered things up to sell you one with issues and you also don't want to end up with a car that was taken care of and that had a great owner, but is now right on the verge of having things go wrong with it.
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  • Summer Vehicle Care Tips

    Whether you own or lease your vehicle, you want to keep it in as good of condition as possible. When you are driving your vehicle during the summer, you want to make sure you take special care of it. That hot weather can be hard on your car or truck, which is already running a large motor to tool you and your family where ever you need to go. There are things you want to do at the beginning of summer to make sure your car is ready to deal with the heat, as well as things you want to do to keep it running strong.
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  • Four Ways To Protect Car Paint In The Winter

    The winter months place a massive amount of stress on anything that is exposed to the elements, and your car's paint job is no exception. Ice, snow, temperature fluctuations, and salt exposure can all wear away at the paint and ruin the appearance of your vehicle, not to mention make it much more likely that rust and corrosion will set into the body of your car. Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to make sure that your car paint stays in the best condition possible throughout the cold season.
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  • 3 Things You Should Know Auto Glass Repair

    If you find a crack, hole or other damage to your car's windshield, you will want to solve this problem immediately. A damaged windshield can lead to an accident that can be more costly than a simple windshield repair or replacement. The following are a few things you should know when you need your windshield fixed. 1. Windshield repair and replacement is a mobile service Not only has this service become mobile, but mobile service is now the norm.
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