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How to Negotiate for Better Interstate Freight Rates

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on How to Negotiate for Better Interstate Freight Rates

Whether you are moving to a new location or you are shipping customers’ orders, chances are very high that you will need to find ways to reduce freights costs otherwise it may be very expensive to move your items. This article provides some information that you can use to negotiate for lower interstate freight rates when that time comes. Ask for a Single Rate for All Items Many interstate freight companies calculate their rates basing on the density and volume of the products being shipped. For instance, Styrofoam may be charged a...

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What to Check if a Cold Vehicle Engine Won’t Start

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

People who live in cold areas will find that their vehicle may be hard to start first thing in the morning. As the vehicle has spent a long time being idle, the cold can affect some parts of the engine; this can make the vehicle hard to start. This article looks at the three things that can contribute to this, and suggests how to avoid it happening in the first place. Cold Affects the Oil Vehicle engine oil changes its viscosity (or thickness) in line with the environmental temperature. In very hot conditions, the oil will become thinner and...

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Why You Should Invest In A Reversing Camera For Your Truck

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Recent new laws in the United States mandating the introduction of reversing cameras mean that the door is now open for such legislation to arrive on these shores. Whether or not Australian legislators decide to make backup cameras a prerequisite of truck ownership or not, it makes a lot of sense for you to add one to your vehicle now. What are they, how can they help and what’s on the horizon in terms of technology? Why You Need This Technology It’s unfortunate, but most people will walk straight to their truck, jump in and...

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Top Must-Have Features For Your Car Air Conditioning System

Posted by on Mar 23, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you looking for ways to improve your car’s air conditioning system, but you are unsure of how to do so? In the last decade there have been a variety of technological advancements in car air conditioning technology that you can take advantage of. Some of these features can help reduce the cost of using the air conditioning or simply improve the convenience of doing so. To find out the upgrade options available, check out the following list: Solar Powered Air Conditioning Systems – Your car will be exposed to the elements...

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Facts about Small Car Safety Many Drivers Don’t Know

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Before buying any model of car, it’s good to know about its safety features. Many drivers assume that larger cars are safer cars simply because of their size, but smaller cars and even compact cars can be just as safe as midsize sedans and even SUVs. This is because of their design and the many safety features that are added to them. If you’re in the market for a new car and appreciate the good gas mileage of smaller cars but are concerned for your safety when behind the wheel, check out some facts about small car safety that many...

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4 Signs of a Quality Crash Repair Professionals

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you need crash repair, you want to make sure that you are getting the best not only for you, but also your car. This can be difficult when you are in the midst of dealing with the crash reports, insurance, and related issues. There are a few signs that can giveaway if a crash repair shop is going to meet your needs and do it professional. Towing Service A towing service is a sure sign that your stress will likely decrease, at least slightly, during this chaotic time. A company with their own towing service means that you will be dealing...

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2 Ways To Minimise Your Car Repair Bill

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

For most Australians, having a car is essential in order to get to work, get children to school and do the grocery shopping. Unfortunately, even the most well-maintained car will at some point require major repair work, either from general wear-and-tear or from an accident. This can be a daunting situation, especially if you’re struggling financially. Luckily, there are two main ways that you can minimise the size of your repair bill. 1. Source your own parts Sourcing your own parts can save you a huge amount off your repair bill....

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What Benefits Come With Tinted Car Windows?

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

There are several reasons why one would choose to have their vehicle windows tinted.  Some motor vehicle owners tint their car windows in order to improve the level of privacy in the vehicle. Others do it simply for the aesthetic effect that results from tinting vehicle windows. Regardless of the reason for tinting windows, there are several benefits you can enjoy should you chose to have your vehicle windows tinted. Here is a quick look at some of these benefits. Tinted Windows Allow for Greater Heat Control and Resistance to...

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Porsche Servicing: Customising Options To Protect Your Car

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Porsche servicing offers a variety of customising options to protect your car and ensure it remains in pristine condition, thus retaining its value in the long term. Your Porsche is exposed to environmental damage and minor abrasions each time you use it. You can customise your car to protect the exterior and interior, reducing potential damage and preventing costly repairs in future.   Protection Film This is one of the customising options that you can take advantage of to protect your Porsche when you take it in for servicing. The...

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Tips To Get Your Car Tuned Up For The Winter Challenge

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Driving during winter or in snow is a different ball game, for the car is exposed to both internal and external hostility. Therefore, all the gearing and checking must be done before the first snow flakes, as any minor issue ignored may be aggravated in the colder months. Follow these steps for getting your car tuned for winter months. Car Oil Proper oiling is imperative to ensure your car reacts well to its fluctuating environment. Remember, the external temperature also impacts the vehicle’s internal components. Oils solidify during...

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