The brakes are probably the most important part of any towing trailer itself; without strong, durable brakes, the trailer could easily slide forward and damage your vehicle or allow whatever is being towed to slide back and forth, also causing damage. Low-quality or failing brakes can also cause drag on your vehicle, as your car or truck will be trying to stop while the trailer is still pushing forward. This can mean added wear and tear on the vehicle's transmission, tyres and its own brakes and can also compromise your overall fuel economy.
13 February 2018
While some drivers struggle to perfect their parking technique with years of experience, others are new and not willing to take the risk when there are other cars around. If the idea of parking makes you nervous, you may want to consider reverse camera installation. In addition to improving your view, a reverse camera can reduce the risks of accidents. You cover your blind spot Although rear view mirrors and side mirrors work together to enhance your view of the area around your car, they don't make up for your blind spot.
1 May 2017
Sheepskin seat covers are super-comfy, look great, and can last you a long time if they are properly cared for. From time to time you may find that your sheepskin car seat covers become a little grubby-looking; here's how to freshen them up in a few quick and easy steps. You will need warm water mild baby shampoo soft nylon bristle brush (the type used for dog grooming works well) sponge vacuum cleaner clean dishcloth How to do it
6 June 2016
The roll cage is an advantageous component to consider incorporating into your vehicle. This is basically a frame which is engineered and built to enclose the passenger compartment of trucks and cars. It is manufactured using tubes which are bent to conform to the shape of the pertinent vehicle. The structure is stiff and prevents the vehicular body from collapsing when an accident that causes a roll-over occurs. You can engage a metal fabricator to manufacture a custom roll cage for your vehicle.
21 March 2016