When driving down the road you’re always at risk of some small object, such as a rock, being tossed onto your windshield, which could leave a crack or chip that you need to address. Even though this small imperfection seems to be something you could easily ignore, you shouldn’t at all. The windshield is made of laminated safety glass and is actually a major part of the safety features of your vehicle which means if it’s compromised, so is the safety of yourself and your passengers. The big question regarding your windshield is whether or not it can be fixed.
Do you use your truck for work? Is this your mobile office on a daily basis where you need to be able to keep all your tools and the materials for the jobs you do? If this sounds like you then you know the frustration of using a truck tool box where you have to give up some of your bed space and the tools you need inevitably make it to the bottom center of the box. While these boxes are great for some items, if you have an extended cab truck there is a solution you might prefer to this box that seems to be the black hole of your tool storage.
This may sound like a silly question, but washing your car by hand often leads to swirl marks and fine scratches on your clear coat that show up. Most of us aren’t bothered by this, but if you value your ride and want to keep the pain looking like new as long as possible you need to wash your car properly to avoid these marks. There are ways to do this in order to protect your paint and have the best look you can when you drive around in your new vehicle that will become your dependable ride for years to come.
Whether you just purchased a new truck or you have bought a great used model there are many things you need to do in order to keep your truck running right and on the road for a long time. Trucks like the Ford F-150 and others are made to be rugged and tough from every vantage point, but they do need your loving car in order to be able to continue to perform for you. With these tips you should be able to enjoy your truck for many years and see just how many hundreds of thousands of miles you can put on your trusty steed Read more