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Understanding Your Toyota's CV Joint

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Your Toyota contains an incredible number of components, all of which must work closely together in order to keep it moving. There’s no denying that it would be difficult for the average car owner to understand the function of each and every one of these components. Yet the more you know, the better a job you can do of protecting against expensive breakdowns and repairs. If you would like to boost your knowledge of automotive components, read on.…

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Travel With Your Dog Often? 3 Qualities To Look For When Buying A Used Car

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Purchasing a used car means considering your specific lifestyle and the needs that it comes with. With this in mind, you should look into what kind of cars are most suitable for you. If you’re someone that likes to go on road trips and travel often with your dog tagging along, you need to look for features that will make driving with your dog more enjoyable. Before visiting a used car lot or meeting with a private seller, consider the following features that can make a used car a must-buy.…

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2 Vehicles To Consider For Commuting

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The primary reason that many people end up buying a vehicle in the first place is in order to get themselves to and from work. However, many people end up buying vehicles that do not really help them out all that much when it comes to commuting, either due to the lack of fuel economy or the lack of comfort features. Listed below are two vehicles to consider for commuting to and from work.…

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Three Mistakes To Avoid When Hauling A UTV

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Purchasing a utility task vehicle can be a costly investment. In order to get it from one location to the next, you will need to load it up on a trailer. The last thing you want to do is load it up onto the trailer and then damage it during transfer. This takes much more than driving it up onto the trailer and securing it down. You have to understand how to maneuver the vehicle and trailer, secure the UTV properly, and maintain the trailer so that it functions correctly.…

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3 Things To Keep In Mind If You Want To Purchase & Convert An Old School Bus

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If you want to purchase an old school bus and fix it up into your own recreational vehicle or small home, it can be tempting to purchase the first cheap bus that you come across. However, that could end up costing you in the long run. Here are three things you should consider before purchasing an old school bus to convert into a home. #1 Always Get The Service Records…

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3 Things You Need To Start A Bus Tour Company

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Becoming the owner of a bus tour company allows you to travel the world and get paid at the same time. A bus tour company takes customers on organized trips to different destinations. The trips are booked in advance, and your company is responsible for establishing a schedule. You also have to determine safe and efficient routes for traveling. Here are three things you need to start a bus tour company.…

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4 Tips When Buying A Used Truck

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Having the right transportation to get you where you need to go is important. These days, you may want to be more independent, and getting a used truck rather than a used car can be ideal. However, price is typically a consideration when it comes to a purchase of this magnitude. By being aware of some tips that can help you find the ideal used truck, this can be beneficial to you.…

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Protecting The Body Of Your Vehicle During The Winter

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There are many reasons why you would buy a vehicle during the winter season. Maybe you were in an accident, your old car doesn’t do well in the snow or you just want something more reliable. No matter the reason, the car that you buy must be protected from the damage that winter elements can cause. Here, you will learn how to do just that. Prepare the Vehicle for Winter…

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How to Fix Small Holes in Your Car's Paint Job

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Even the most minor collisions can lead to small holes in your paint. Often, the chip or crack in paint is hardly noticeable and might only appear to be a line. However, over the course of a few months, these small chips can expand and expose the surface underneath. This is a major concern if it occurs on the metal parts of your car because it can lead to rusting. Fixing a paint chip after rusting has already begun is far more time consuming and expensive.…

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What To Know Before Buying A Used Car

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Are you buying your first used car? If you are, then making sure you have a great buying experience is likely one of your biggest concerns. Not only is having a positive car buying experience important, but you also want to be certain that you are getting the best quality car that you can afford. To ensure you buy a quality, used car, there are several things to do before you sign the paperwork to purchase your new, used car.…

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