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Oil Prices Are Lower Than Ever

May 6, 2020

Oil is seeing the lowest price since before the new millennium. With production from other countries being so high and the economic downturn of COVID-19, the world has seen gas prices as low as $1.50. Oil Production Is High Read More

Fox Body Mustang: A Real Muscle Car?

April 15, 2020

The Fox Body Mustang is a perfect match for some, and an ugly knock-off for others. I remember when my interest in fast cars was just blooming. I was 12 and my neighbor just purchased his first car: a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. I thought it looked cool, especially after seeing his older car that he had driven - a 1990 Ford Fox .... Read More

CDL License: Current Benefits

March 25, 2020

Obtaining a CDL license has become a focal point for many. While the nation is facing the COVID-19 emergency, many are laid off and are facing long lines at unemployment. Others, however, have taken a more proactive approach to find work. As of right now, the trucking industry is in high demand for skilled drivers. Prior to .... Read More

Alternative Energy: What To Expect

March 4, 2020

While we are in an age where alternative energy has become an increasing "norm". Many are searching to save money by using different components to fuel their cars. The two biggest alternative sources for consumer vehicles continue to be either Electric vs Biofuel. We're going to discuss the differences between the .... Read More

Van Conversion: My Experience

February 12, 2020

I have approximately 10 years' worth of van conversion under my belt. From short to standard busses, all the way to Sprinter vans, regular vans, and converting SUV into living spaces. I wouldn't say that I have done it all, but I would definitely say there hasn't been one that I haven't been able to convert. Read More

80’s Muscle Cars: We Want Them Back

January 22, 2020

The 80's muscle car scene was a bit of a lull. With oil exports taking a hit, the automotive industry-focussed away from gas-heavy vehicles into lower emissions rated, fuel-efficient cars. Still, there were auto manufacturers who held onto the idea of a resurgence. They were right. Unfortunately, they had to survive the 80' .... Read More

“Geofencing”: How Cities Stop Scooters

December 30, 2019

Geofencing has become the new term for many cities who have a scooter program. It involves limiting the scooter's performance to a set border. This has caused a decrease in missing scooters and many other issues that come from city scooters. What Is Geofencing? Read More

Freight Bikes: NYC Answer To Trucks

December 5, 2019

Freight bikes are starting to pick up traction in New York City. This is due to the congestion of their roads. A new city program has its sights set on reforming how New Yorkers send and receive packages - by using bikes. Why Freight Bikes Are Better Read More

NYC Public Transport Among The Top 10 In The U.S.

November 6, 2019

The US might be the most car-driven country in the world. That is just the way it rolls. However, most big cities across the nation also offer public transport for those who wish to use it. Public transit is not only a good and efficient way to move around your city, but .... Read More

Becoming A CDL Instructor

September 26, 2019

After countless years on the road, many truckers feel the urge to transition from driver to CDL instructor. If this is the case, you may be wondering what all goes into becoming a CDL instructor. Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of qualifications and requirements necessary to become an instructor. Read More

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