Archive for October, 2021

Getting Your Car Ready for Winter

Tuesday, October 5th, 2021
car tire in snow

When is too early to start thinking of getting your car ready for winter?
Even though summer is technically not even over yet the best answer is that it’s never too early. If your
battery is around three years old, then it may be getting towards the limit of its effectiveness. Cold
winter temperatures affect the battery tremendously, so if you have one that is getting close to the end
of its useful lifespan, then a cold snap could push it over the edge and leave you stranded. It is always
wise to have your battery checked out well in advance and replace it if there is any question as to its
condition.

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Pre-Owned Commercial Vehicles

Monday, October 4th, 2021

Recently I was waiting at a stop light, and I happened to notice a van in the left turn lane next to me. A Ford E-Series van painted white. There are countless thousands of these vehicles on the road at any given time, and normally they don’t attract any attention. But this one was wearing the graphics of a food service company, and it was in terrible shape with rusty rocker panels, a fist-size rust-hole in the side, flaking and missing paint over the rear wheel arch, and a rear bumper covered in rust.

I get it, times are hard and it’s an expensive proposition to replace a commercial truck with a new one, and with the current shortage of new inventory on hand it’s a difficult one as well. But what if there was another way?

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