Juanita Howell

  • A Hidden Problem With Fender Benders


    It happens to most drivers at least once—that sudden surprise of colliding with another car just enough to dent a fender or nearby panel. While these accidents are often minor and don't result in a lot of visual damage, there's a hidden issue that you should address should you have one of these accidents. It's not an urgent problem in the sense of making your car unsafe, but it is urgent in the sense that, if left alone, it could result in more damage depending on the weather.
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  • 4 Reasons To Invest In Roadside Assistance Coverage


    If you regularly use your car to get around, you want to make sure that you're fully prepared in the event of an emergency. Sure, having an emergency kit in the back of your car is a good idea, but there are other steps to take, too. It's a great idea to invest in roadside assistance coverage so that you can get help right away if you're ever in an emergency.
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  • 3 Reasons To Consider A Full-Size Van For A Handicap Conversion


    One of the most difficult decisions to make when purchasing a vehicle for a handicap conversion is trying to figure out exactly which vehicle would be the best fit, as there are a lot of appropriate vehicles that would make a good fit for a handicap conversion. Listed below are three reasons to consider a full-size van for a handicap conversion. Has A Lot Of Space One of the biggest reasons to consider a full-size van when planning to do a handicap conversion is the fact that vans have a lot of space — much more space than you would find in most other vehicles.
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  • Child Driving Home From Out Of State College? 2 Things That Should Be Checked First


    If your child is finished with college for the year and will be coming home for the summer, a few things should be checked in their car first. This is especially true because they are out of state and will be driving a long distance. They also have likely used their car a lot throughout the year, which can put some wear and tear on it. Below are two of these things so they can have a safe trip home.
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  • 3 Car Parts That A Transmission Must Have To Function


    The main part that your car must have in order to be driven is a transmission, which is automatic in the majority of vehicle models. There are several parts to an automatic transmission that contributes to helping it function. If any of the parts become problematic, you can end up with a car that you are unable to drive. It is wise to make sure repairs are made to the transmission as soon as they are needed rather than having to invest in a new one, as it is an expensive part.
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  • Finally Purchasing Summer Toys To Enjoy At The Beach? 3 Tips For Choosing A Cargo Trailer For Transporting & Storing Them


    If you live near a great beach that allows the use of jet-skis, kayaks, and other fun water toys, then you may have decided to finally invest in some of those toys to make beach time more exciting this summer. However, you may still be deciding how and where you will store them and how you will transport them to and from the beach. When you choose the right cargo trailer, you can not only use it to haul your summer toys to the beach, but it can also double as a storage facility for them when they are not in use.
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  • Five Things To Consider When Buying A Used Semi For Your Moving Business


    If you plan to start your own moving company and you're buying your first semi, you may want to purchase a used one. The features you need, however, vary based on several factors. Here's a look at some of the elements you should consider: 1. Size of Trailer As the owner of a moving company, you need a truck that can easily tote a houseful of possessions. If you're experienced in the moving field, you should be able to eyeball the right size of truck based on the types of moves you anticipate doing.
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