Lonnie Frazier

It’s All About Performance: 3 Tips To Prevent Premature Wear-And-Tear On Your Tires

If your tires aren't lasting as long as they should, it might not be the fault of the tires. The fault might lie with the way you're maintaining your tires, or even your driving habits. Don't settle for tires that wear out too fast. Use the strategies provided here to help your tires last as long as possible: Don't Postpone Your Alignments Did you know that your alignments do more than keep your car running smoothly? Read More 

5 Warning Signs You May Need to Replace the Brakes on You BMW

If you own one of the specialty cars, such as a BMW, you may find that you need to take extra care of it. This German model can offer you long lasting driving capability and get you where you need to go. However, one of the main components of this vehicle is your brakes. It's essential to your well-being and that of others riding with you to ensure your car can go and stop with ease. Read More 

Your Fleet Maintenance

When it comes to the maintenance of your fleet you have a few choices to make. You can either have the maintenance done in house, or you can have another company come in and perform the maintenance for you. There are many benefits both differing ways of handling the maintenance. However, you may want to give outsourcing your maintenance another look. As a business manager, you have many things on your mind and your rely on your fleet. Read More 

Why It’s Worth It To Pay More For A Used Semi-Truck That Has A Warranty

Buying a used semi-truck can be a good way to buy the commercial truck that you need without spending as much money. However, one common misconception is that buying a used semi-truck means that you won't be able to enjoy a warranty like you would with a new truck. Even though this is the case in many situations, it's not always the case. Sometimes, used trucks come with some form of warranty through the dealership. Read More 

Have A Disabled Loved One? Why You Should Get A Handicap Conversion Van

Caring for a disabled loved one can be a very rewarding experience. The ability to help someone that you love with their daily activities makes life more enjoyable for them and allows you to demonstrate your care and concern in a very real way. However, having a disabled loved one can sometimes be quite taxing, especially when it comes to taking them to places like their doctor's visits or even to the grocery store. Read More