Factors To Consider When Choosing Options For Your New Pickup Truck

As you start shopping for a brand new pickup truck, such as a Metro Ford, avoid falling madly in love with features you never previously considered and that add a lot more money to the sticker price. Unless you have an unlimited budget, consider your optional features carefully so you're not scrambling to make your car payment every month. By going easy on the bells and whistles, you may be able to afford a more powerful truck or a bigger cab than you could otherwise. Read More 

The Lowdown On Hauling Lumber: 3 Tips For Safely Securing And Hauling Lumber In Your Truck Bed

From moving to a new home to picking up new furniture to hauling equipment around for your business, the benefits of a pickup truck are easy to see. Unfortunately, you may not be familiar with the safest methods to securely load large, heavy items. Considering 25,000 crashes occur each year due to debris in the road, properly securing items is imperative. If you are a home or business owner planning a construction project that requires multiple pieces of lumber in various shapes and sizes, you may struggle loading your truck's bed. Read More 

Car Care Tips: Putting The Pieces Together After A Collision

Whether you've just had your first accident, or it's just been a long time since you needed to handle one, getting your car repaired after a collision can be somewhat of a tricky process. If you're unfamiliar with the best practices to ensure good, affordable repairs, then it may be a good idea to brush up on the ways you can get the most out of your insurance and your mechanic. Read More 

Brake Problems? Follow This Handy Symptom Sheet

There's nothing scarier than realizing your brakes aren't functioning as they should while on the road. Issues can range from very mild to serious, so it's always best to check them on a regular basis. If you happen to find an issue while driving or during your daily checks, this handy symptom sheet will help you better determine what's causing the issue. Pedal Goes Right to the Floor With No Pressure Read More 

Types Of Backing Up You Will Be Tested For During Your CDL Test And Tips For Execution

So you have big dreams of buying a semi-truck and heading out on the open road with a brand new trucking career. Unfortunately, it's not that simple. Before you can even think about buying your own semi and starting your career, you first have to obtain your commercial driver's license, or CDL. Getting your CDL can be a grueling process, and you will quickly learn that driving a large semi-truck is a lot different than driving your car down the road. Read More