Details You Need To Know About How Your Diabetes Can Affect Your Commercial Driving License

Posted on: 26 June 2018

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!

Posted on: 25 June 2018

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

Posted on: 24 June 2018

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

Posted on: 24 June 2018

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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