3 Tips For Protecting Your Snowmobile Trailer From Damage This Winter

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You probably use your snowmobile trailer to keep your snowmobile safe when you are transporting it, but you have to think about the trailer itself as well. Luckily, if you follow a few tips, you can keep your snowmobile trailer in good shape all winter long. 1. Add a Mat If you have not already purchased a track mat to place on the inside of your snowmobile trailer, you should do so now.

23 November 2015

When Should You Purchase Run Flat Tires?

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One of the most frustrating parts of car ownership is the inevitable tire blowout -- often leaving you stranded on the side of the road while waiting for a tow truck, or forcing you to get down on your hands and knees to remove your shredded tire and put on the spare. Today there are several types of technology that can allow you to continue to drive even after a major puncture to your tire.

9 April 2015

How To Avoid A Vehicle Fire And A Tow

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As the owner of a new vehicle, you plan to be especially careful to keep the SUV in pristine condition. You aren't mechanically inclined, which means you have to be more careful than most to compensate for your lack of auto-body experience.  If things do go wrong, it's nice to know that an emergency tow is there when you need it. While you're sure to be careful to avoid a collision on the road, you might be surprised to know that you can run into trouble even when your car is turned off.

11 February 2015

The Groundbreaking Early Days Of Harley Davidson

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Harley-Davidson is one of the most legendary companies in the world: their high-quality motorcycles have become synonymous with the American way of life. However, this wasn't always the case: when Harley-Davidson started in the early 1900's, it was just one of many wannabes. The following historically important moments helped guarantee the legend of the Harley and its dominance on the market today. The Debut of Harley Davidson Motorcycles were already a huge deal in Europe when William Harley and Arthur and Walter Davidson built their first motorcycle in 1903.

5 February 2015

Tips For Saving Money When Renting A Limo

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If you are thinking about renting a limo for a wedding, a bridal shower party, or for a simple night out on the town, you might start to find yourself worried about the cost. Should this be the case, you are going to want to check out the following tips for saving money on the rental. This way, you will spend less money on the ride and have more money for your fun time out.

26 January 2015

Tips For Buying A New Motorcycle

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As you likely know, there's far more to buying a new bike than getting the most powerful motorcycle with the best paint job. While you should definitely look for a motorcycle that appeals to you, it is also important to get a bike that meets all your needs. Here are a few tips that will help you make a good decision when it comes to buy a new motorcycle. Consider Your Needs

13 January 2015

Three Surprising Places You Might Find Used Motorcycles

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Cable TV shows feature "pickers", guys and gals who wander the country looking for rare and valuable "junk". The best episodes are the ones that show rare motorcycle finds in the craziest and most unexpected places. If you want to find a priceless Harley or a rare motorcycle part, then here are three of the most surprising places you should look. Old Barns Quite possibly the most surprising places of all to find old motorcycles and parts are old barns.

29 December 2014