If your truck is your livelihood, then keeping it in good condition is a top priority. And that especially applies to your tires. Since a truck’s tires are its only direct contact with the road, it is key to make sure that these tires can stand up to anything. If your tires are old or worn, then they can make driving difficult and dangerous, not to mention that bad tires could throw off other parts of the truck, like the suspension. Here are some tips to help you take care of your tires so that they can keep taking care of you.
Archive for April, 2020
In addition to their size, one of the most significant differences that people first notice between a semi truck and a car is the mirrors. Trucks should have several mirrors on either side, each one crucial to safe driving. Knowing how your mirrors work is key to helping you be aware of your surroundings. Here are some important steps to take when it comes to your truck mirrors.
Sometimes, the trucking business can be full of high stakes. And when you are looking to invest in a used freight truck, in a way, you’re staking your career on finding the right one. There are a lot of resources out there to help you find used trucks, but you will also need to do a lot of digging to make sure you don’t get a bad deal. Here is a basic checklist to help you start your search for a used truck.
When you spend hours, if not days, at a time on the road, trucking becomes more than just another job but a lifestyle. While it can be easy for truckers to fall into the trap of unhealthy habits and surviving from stop to stop, why not make your life on the road better? Since the cab of your truck is where you spend most of your time, it’s the perfect place to make your own. Here are some ideas for personal elements you can add to make your truck feel like home.