How To Make Money With Your Truck When It Snows

In many places in the country snow is a real problem. Snow causes roads to be impassable. If the snow is not cleared, people can't drive. Most cities have sanitation departments that will deal with snow on the roads, but there are other areas that the sanitation department doesn't handle. These include private store parking lots, driveways for private homes, and  communities that have private roads. These areas are serviced by small business or private contractors who use their own trucks to plow the snow. Read More 

How A Natural Disaster Might Affect Your Next Used Car

When it comes to buying a used car, there are certain things everyone looks at: mileage, body damage, brakes, and transmission. However, it is prudent to check to see if the car has been involved in a natural disaster, specifically, a flood. There are many cars that have been through floods and suffered severe damage. The owners may have taken taken the insurance money and sold the car to a dealer or junkyard. Read More 

What You Need To Know About Proper Tire Rotation

You were likely taught about the benefits of keeping up with certain maintenance tasks on your car from the time you got your license. Most people know they need to change out their oil every 3000 miles or keep their other fluids clean and topped off. One maintenance opportunity that is not as commonly discussed is regular tire rotation. As you drive on the road, your tires will naturally degrade a bit over time. Read More 

Exposing The Realities Behind Common Excavation Myths

There are an almost countless number of reasons why a person may need to move large amounts of soil from their yards. However, excavation projects are something that many people do not fully understand. As a result, there is a strong chance that a couple of myths about excavating seem perfectly reasonable to these inexperienced individuals. By dispelling these notions, you can help ensure that you get the most from your excavation project. Read More 

Injection Issues: How To Spot And Clean Dirty Fuel Injectors

Your car's fuel delivery system relies on a fuel injector to introduce the right amount of gasoline into the engine for proper combustion. Unfortunately, these injectors can get dirty over time. When a fuel injector gets dirty, it can restrict how much fuel flows through. If your engine isn't getting the right amount of fuel, it won't run well. Here's a look at what you need to know to spot a dirty fuel injector and clean it out. Read More