How to Be Sure You Get Maximum Visibility With Your Commercial Truck’s Headlamps

12 August 2021
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If you are a commercial truck owner, then you probably want to make sure that you have ample visibility when you're driving your truck. It's probably important to you to be able to see as well as possible when it's raining or when it's dark outside. Of course, you probably rely on your headlamps for this. These are a few things that you can do if you want to make sure that you get maximum visibility from your commercial truck's headlamps. Read More 

Seeing The Value In Using Genuine Replacement Parts

5 March 2021
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What are the key factors that you focus on when you need to buy a truck? You may think about speed, engine power, comfort and even the appearance of the truck. These are all worth considering, but your primary concern must always be whether the truck will be reliable. You must be able to have confidence that your truck will start without difficulty and will be able to cope with hard work day after day for many years. Read More 

What to Do If You Have Recurring Issues With Your Car Battery

15 September 2020
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If you've been having problems with your car battery recently, you may be wondering what is at fault. It may have been slow to respond in the morning, and you may have had to buy a battery charger to give it an additional boost. What could be going wrong here, and especially if the is not very old? Are There Any Other Issues at Play? In most circumstances, an average car battery should last for at least three years. Read More 

Why You Need to Pay Careful Attention to Truck Axle Bearings

30 December 2019
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Anyone responsible for keeping a fleet of trucks on the road knows that routine maintenance is crucial. They should also know that cleanliness and attention to detail are even more critical when replacing essential parts, and this is especially important when it comes to the wheel bearings. If you have been noticing some strange issues in or around your axles or if your drivers have been reporting a strange noise, could this be related to your bearings, and what should you do? Read More 

A Few Tips for Maintaining Your Car’s Turbo Booster

5 April 2018
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In very simple terms, a turbo booster is a type of compressor, as it compresses air before it is pulled into a vehicle's engine. Compressed air takes up less space than normal oxygen, so using a turbo booster means that more air can enter the engine compartment. With more air in the engine compartment, the engine will respond by bringing in more fuel, to balance its ratio of fuel to oxygen. Read More