Want To Become A Trucker? What To Know About Your CDL

If you have always wanted to tour the country and see new things, then being a professional trucker may be the perfect job for you to consider. But before you start applying for jobs, there are a few things that you will need to do beforehand like getting a commercials driver's license or your CDL license. But, what is this license and how can you get it? This article will take a closer look at a few things for you to know.

Two Tips for Making Your Car as Visible as Possible While Awaiting a Tow Truck at Night

When you are broken down on the side of the road at night, it can be pretty scary, especially when other vehicles are zipping past you at high speeds. Even if you have already called for a tow truck to come and get you, you still need to take measures to make your vehicle as visible as possible. However, if you do not have an emergency kit that includes flares and reflectors, use the following tips to allow other cars to see you while you are stranded on the side of the road.

Getting A Vehicle Repaired After A Hailstorm

Storms does not only put your personal safety at risk when they are severe, but also assets that are exposed to them. Bad weather that includes hail failing from the sky can cause a substantial amount of damage to your assets, especially if your vehicles are not in a garage when the storm occurs. Depending on the size of the hail, it can damage a vehicle by causing a few small dents that are barely noticeable, or completely shatter the windows.

Transmission Repair In Your RV: Why This May Be Even More Critical Than Transmission Repair In Your Truck

Transmission repair in your car or truck is headache enough. The minute a mechanic utters "transmission repair," you cringe because you know that it is expensive. You can either suck it up and have the repairs made or choose to junk your vehicle. It is a tight spot to be sure.  However, you might not have such an "easy" time of it making that choice when the transmission repair is in your recreational vehicle (RV) and you are visiting family for the holidays.

Windshield Wipers and Your Windshield: What You Need to Know

Windshield wipers help to remove water from your windshield when it is raining. They also play a role in cleaning your windshield with wiper fluid when you are driving. Unfortunately, though, many people do not replace their wipers as often as they should. There are many reasons why this is a negative thing, and not every reason has to do with your ability to see when it is raining. Here is some information that you will want to know about windshield wipers and your windshield.