Are you tired of living in one place? Do you want to just take off and see the country? When you're self-employed, it can be relatively easy to go wherever you want, whenever you want. If you want to do this on a semi-permanent basis, then you're going to need a plan. Wandering randomly, with few possessions to your name, is a life that many can enjoy. But if you want to have a little more stability and a few more comforts of home, then there are things that you should do before you set off on your adventure:
An often overlooked aspect of your heavy-duty truck is the rear bumper. The standard bumper that came as stock may get the job done, but it doesn't do much more than that. A custom bumper doesn't just look cool, it can also add usability to your truck. The following guide can help you understand your choices so you can pick the right bumper for your needs.
A step bumper has a wider top surface, usually with a dropped step in the center beneath the license plate frame.
Unless you are a trained mechanic, it is natural to be in the dark when it comes to some components of your car. Unfortunately, this lack of knowledge often blinds you to certain troublesome signs. If you would like to improve your overall understanding of your car, read on. This article will provide a helpful primer on one little-understood component: the CV joint.
Unless you happen to own a car with back-wheel drive, your automobile is equipped with four constant velocity joints—or CV joints, for short.
Starting on the coast of the Northwest, you can travel your way across the Americas by car or RV. If you want to have all the comforts of home, an RV can be a good choice, but it may not be as versatile as a smaller car or SUV. The vehicle you choose for your Pan-American road trip needs to have a few common features, such as simple mechanics for repairs and widely available parts.
Winter driving can be a scary experience. Road and driving hazards can come in many different forms, and drivers need to be extra cautious to avoid accidents and injury. The following hazards can be safely handled with some increased vigilance.
In winter, potholes pose an even worse threat. Potholes are nearly invisible beneath a layer of ice or snow, making them difficult to avoid. Hitting a pothole on an icy road can send your car into the next lane or damage the underside of your vehicle.