SMART TRUCKING Q + A LIVE STREAM – MARCH 18 2020 (Audio Only)




Why Truck Owners Should Schedule Regular Tire Rotation

Tire rotation involves swapping the rear tires on a vehicle with the front tires after a predetermined number of miles throughout the life of the tires. Rotating the tires according to manufacturer recommendations promotes even treadwear across all four tires. This increases safety by reducing the risk of a blowout, saves fuel and extends overall tire life.

Why Pickup Truck Owners Should Keep A Maintenance Schedule

Truck owners who want to get their money’s worth out of their vehicle should heed the experts who advise them to keep a maintenance schedule. Preventive care, routine inspections and replacement of worn out parts all work to extend the life of the truck and ensure it is in good working condition at all times. Staying on top of routine maintenance requirements will save the owner money and reduce the risk of major mechanical breakdowns as the miles accumulate.

How To Check The Power Steering Fluid Of Your Pickup Truck

Owning a pickup truck is the dream of every business and farm owner. Not only are they spacious, but also economical. There are many brands of pickup trucks available. So, it is up to one to choose the one that best suits them. Purchasing it is not a hassle. You only need to have enough funding and you are good to go. However, it is the maintenance that troubles most people. One of the simple things that many drivers are ignorant of is how to check the power steering fluid.

Different Types of Pick Up Toppers for Different Scenarios

A short article of the pro’s and con’s of different types of pick up toppers. Here we discuss the pro’s and con’s of soft pick up toppers vs. hard pick up toppers. Read on to find out more.

You’ll Flip for a BakFlip G2

Today we’re looking at the BakFlip G2 truck cover. The Bakflip G2 is a versatile, low profile truck cover that has caught the attention of truck owners everywhere. The unique design of this multi panel cover enables you to “flip” the black aluminum panels towards the tailgate for a secure weather resistant closure or “flip” them forward to the cab for those times when more bed access is required.

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