Are you interested in traveling all around the country? You may want to see several different cities and states, but would prefer to do so while traveling in a vehicle instead of taking an airplane to get from one destination to the next. There are many wonderful things you can see and learn during your time traveling. However, there are a few items you may want to make sure you have with you before you even head off on your road trip.
If you've been driving your current heavy-duty truck for years without many mechanical or electrical issues, you may not pay much attention to the continuously updating regulations from the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). However, the older your truck gets, the more likely it is to be out of compliance with various efficiency and emissions standards set forth by the EPA, cost you money in wasted fuel, and potentially even subjecting you or your employer to fines.
Every year, I always become sad when the weather turns cooler in the fall. When I see the leaves changing colors, I know bitterly cold winter weather will arrive soon. Besides stocking up on warm clothing, fall is a great time of the year to prepare your vehicle for winter. When you’re riding down the road during a snowstorm, you obviously don’t want to encounter any difficulties. To get your automobile in pristine condition for winter, you need to check both your vehicle’s antifreeze and coolant levels. You should also examine the tread on your tires. Switching your windshield wiper fluid is also crucial. On this blog, I hope you will discover tips to help you prepare your vehicle for a long, cold winter. Enjoy!