Marlene Mckinney

Maintaining Your Sportscar

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When you finally pick up the sportscar of your dreams, the drive home can be thrilling. Once the car is home, however, you might begin to think of ways you can protect and preserve this new vehicle. Every new sports car owner should make use of the maintenance pointers that follow: Use a Good Car Cover  Car covers protect the interior and exterior of your sports car from sun rays, rain, twigs and other things in the environment that could damage it.…

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4 Ways To Make Your Car Magnet Last

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Car magnets are a great way to advertise your business and services. They are also an investment into your business. If you have recently invested in a car magnet for your business, make sure that it lasts by following the tips below. #1 Make Sure You Have A Clean Dry Surface Before putting the car magnet on your vehicle, you need to make sure that you have a clean, dry surface for the magnet.…

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Things To Consider Before Signing Up For Usage-Based Insurance

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Usage-based insurance, sometimes called insurance telematics, pay-as-you-drive insurance, pay-how-you-drive insurance, distance-based insurance, or pay-as-you-go insurance, is very popular in the UK, Italy, and Germany and is gaining popularity in the United States, with programs available in every state in the country. What Is Involved A device is added to your car that sends certain information back to the insurance company, which then analyzes the data and uses it to determine whether to give you a discounted premium.…

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2 Mistakes to Avoid When Installing a Cap on Your Truck Bed

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If you have purchased a cap for your pickup truck, you may decide to install it yourself. If so, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to make the installation process go smoothly. If so, make sure you avoid the following mistakes that could make things harder on yourself while installing your new truck cap. Neglecting to Apply Weatherstripping Foam Beforehand If you are installing the cap on your truck so you can haul groceries or tools around without having to worry about exposing your cargo to the elements, you want to make sure there are no gaps between the bed’s and cap’s edges.…

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Finding Parts To Restore Your Classic American Muscle Car

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The early American muscle cars are some of the most sought after and restored cars around. These classic cars have beautiful body lines and a lot of different options but the parts are becoming harder to find. If you are starting work on an older American classic car, you have a few options for parts–such as checking out a place like Reggie’s Garage–and if you are resourceful you may find others that are not even listed here.…

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Flatbed Truck Tarping Information For New Truck Drivers

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If you just landed your first trucking job with a freight company that moves extra-heavy loads on flatbed trailers, then you need to learn how to safely tarp your loads. Tarping is the best way to protect your loads from damage in transit, and knowing how to safely tarp and untarp your loads is an essential skill all truckers must learn through experience. As a new driver, you need to quickly learn more about the tarps and tarping systems available today.…

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The Pros And Cons Of Having A Car Undercoating Installed

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A car undercoating helps to prevent the underside of your car from rusting. Typically, the metal on the underside of your car is not painted or coated. This exposes the metal to items such as rain, water, road salt and ice that can cause it to rust or corrode. However, while installing a car undercoating may be a great option for some cars, it is not ideal for all cars. Taking the time to learn the advantages and disadvantages of having it done will help you make an educated decision as to whether you should have yours done.…

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