Tips For Improving The Brightness Of Your Passenger Truck's Headlights

Posted on: 24 June 2017
If your passenger truck's headlights have become very dim and you are having a hard time seeing the road while driving, then you can easily solve this problem by following these tips: Tip: Clean Oxidation and Scratches Off of the Headlight Lenses As your truck's headlight lenses age, they become scratched from road dirt and oxidized on the very top layer of the plastic they are made of. To remove scratches and oxidation to improve the brightness of your headlights, simply clean them with some paste-style toothpaste and a soft cloth.
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Avoid Pre-Owned Vehicle Regret By Checking For These 3 Issues

Posted on: 15 June 2017
A pre-owned vehicle can seem like an attractive choice if you're trying to get around without spending too much. However, you might regret your choice if you aren't checking for the following issues. Transmission Problems Paying for a faulty transmission can eat up a lot of money, so you must be sure that you're not acquiring a used vehicle that has transmission problems. To check quickly, slide the vehicle into its neutral gear and sit idle for a bit.
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Keeping The Air Conditioning Running Properly In Your Car

Posted on: 10 June 2017
There are a lot of critical parts that help you keep your car running and while most people don't see air conditioning as something they need, it is nice to have in the warm summer months. The system is not typically high maintenance but it does require some attention from time to time. Take the time to inspect the system and have it serviced or repaired if you suspect there is a problem.
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How To Tell If Your Heavy-Duty Truck Needs Repair Work

Posted on: 7 June 2017
If you recently started driving a heavy-duty truck, it is likely you are trying to get used to the vehicle as you take it out on the open road to make your hauls. Many drivers find they learn the feel of their vehicle, making it easier to notice any problems when they occur if they have spent time using the vehicle for a number of months or years. Until you have this experience on your own, it is necessary to be on the lookout for potential problems.
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