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Hit The Track: How To Excel At Virtual Racing

If you're tired of being locked up with the current stay-at-home orders and you miss the races, it's time to go virtual. You might not realize this, but races are still active in the virtual world. You don't even need to practice social distancing or wear a mask. You can participate in virtual races from the comfort of your own home. Virtual racing does take some gett

Sighs That Your Vehicle's Automatic Transmission Needs Service

The automatic transmission in your car or truck is a critical part of the running gear, and if it starts to act up, you need to have a transmission shop take a look at it. There are some signs that the transmission needs service, and taking the car or truck into the shop as soon as you can is essential.  Shifting Erratically If your transmissions start shifting e

3 Facts To Know About Rust

When dealing with body damage to a car, one of the worst possible outcomes is the development of rust. Rust on vehicles can develop as a result of collision damage, minor scratches, poor water channel design, or long-term exposure to the elements. Once rust damage becomes severe, it can be challenging or even impossible to correct. While rust may not seem like much of

5 Tips For Picking A Truck Parts Supplier

Maintaining truck equipment is a constant battle at many operations, and those companies need to form strong relationships with dependable suppliers. If you're searching for a business that provides truck parts, follow these 5 tips to make the process a tad simpler. Inquire About Shop Discounts Many businesses offer discounts to customers who buy large numbers of truc

Snatch Blocks: 3 Invaluable Ways These Pulleys Can Aid 4X4 Recovery

Snatch blocks are a very useful piece of equipment for your 4x4 recovery kit. They're simple devices — they're just pulleys that open up so you can easily run your winch cable through them. However, the creative use of snatch blocks could allow you to redirect the angle of your pull or double your winch's pulling capacity. If you're unfamiliar with them, read on to le