Why Outsourcing Mobile Fleet Maintenance Is A Good Idea

If you have a mobile fleet that you have to make sure stays on the road without too much down time, you are going to need to do everything you can to keep all of the vehicles nicely maintained. To do this in the most efficient manner, you will want to look into outsourcing the labor for mobile fleet maintenance. Not sure whether this is something you can do when you could have your own employees do it for you? [Read More]

Features To Look Into When You Convert Your Van For Your Parent In A Wheelchair

If your elderly parent lives with you and needs to be in a wheelchair most of the time, it can be difficult for them to go anywhere. While there are wheelchair transportation services available, those are often for the purpose of medical appointments and if you want one to go to a restaurant, the cost can be prohibitive. You may want to look into getting a wheelchair van. If you already have a van, you can convert it or you can buy a used van to save on expenses and have it converted. [Read More]

Choosing Winter Tires For Your Car: Four Things To Consider

Choosing the right tires for winter weather can help your vehicle to perform at its best in potentially hazardous conditions. If you don't already have all-season or snow tires, here are a few things to take into consideration as you begin shopping for winter tires. Pick The Right Size When choosing tires for your car, it's important to find the model that fits your wheel size. Your local tire shop can help you to find the right fit for your car. [Read More]

Three Ways Freightliners Help In Flooded Areas

Freightliners are typically used to transport goods and services from one space to another. Freightliner trucks can carry several tons of goods and services to stores and warehouses. When devastation due to flooding happens in cities and states, roads are often blocked and regular travel may be restricted. During this time, freightliners may be some of the only vehicles that are cable of moving on the road. Due to their size and power, your used freightliner may be able to help in flooded areas. [Read More]