Learn How To Make Small Talk By Practicing With Cab Drivers

You went for a ride in a taxicab for the first time recently, and it was a very quiet trip. You aren't good at small talk, and you couldn't think of a single thing to say to start a discussion. You'll need to use taxi service on a regular basis now, and you don't want to ride around in silence. This may be the perfect time to learn how to make casual conversation with people you don't know, which is a friendly way to pass the time. Read More 

A Basic Guide To Buying Your First Pickup Truck

Pickup trucks enable you to carry large loads, complete farming tasks and perform a myriad of other labor-intensive tasks. Traditionally, the top pickup trucks used as workhorse vehicles in the U.S. come from American manufacturers and carry model names that have decades-long histories. If you are in the market as a first-time buyer of a truck, you want to make sure you choose a vehicle that suits your needs from a reputable dealer. Read More 

3 Reasons To Consider Paintless Dent Repair After A Hailstorm

If you know that there's a possibility of hail, the best thing that you can do is park your car under cover, because hail can cause hundreds of dollars in damages to your vehicle. But sometimes hailstorms spring up suddenly and there's just no chance to get your car undercover. If you're looking at a high repair bill to fix the dents and dings, you may want to consider paintless dent repair. Read More 

3 Things To Consider Before Becoming An Owner-Operator

If you're a truck driver and are tired of working for someone else, you may want to consider becoming self-employed. Truck drivers that work for themselves are called owner-operators, and this can be a very lucrative business. Here are three things you should look into before taking the plunge into starting your own trucking business. Your Expenses The nice part about working for someone else is that you do not have to pay for the expenses related to the job. Read More