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Are cooper tires the best?

October 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

If you take 4 different 4×4 enthusiasts and ask them which tire brand is the best, each will give you a different opinion. One could say that cooper tires are the best, another could say Michelin and another would say something else and so on.

This basically should let you know that most truck tire brands are equal in quality.If anything, they top each other in different areas by small amounts. None of which should concern you too much as you would not notice the difference. So basically, whether you choose kelly tires, cooper tires or michelin light truck tires you know it is going to get the job done. The only thing you have to decide on is how much money you are going to spend on them.

Tire design has come a long way in the years since Henry Ford put out his car. There are many variants each of which are designed to tackle a particular situation that the vehicle will encounter. For off road purposes there are rugged tires, for gravel roads there is another, for mud and rivers there is another, for asphalt roads there is another and so on. If you own a truck and like to go off-roading, you will probably have to have a few sets of each of these tires. Although it is initially expensive, you will find that in the long run it is a better and smarter choice. Whatever you do, ensure that safety comes first in all your activities.

Where one can find Illinois truck driving jobs

October 18, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Job portals have become one of the most important websites that are searched for these days, as people are always looking to get ahead in an employee’s market. The same is true for any kind of service that you provide… yes, even for those who have made a career out of truck driving.

Whether you fall into the bucket known as owner operators or if you are looking for a job at a transportation company, one can find it at several portals that are available over the internet. This idea of finding jobs, as you would have noticed by now, is not restricted to just regular desk jobs but has expanded to truck driving as well.

The beauty of using the internet for finding a truck driving job is that you can find jobs all over the United States in the form of Illinois truck driving jobs or driving jobs listed for each location. And while most folks might continue to run around making phone calls (which was the practice until now) or looking for work by word of mouth, the internet it seems has changed all that.

So, even though you might be old school, you should realize by now that it pays to be tech savvy as you will sooner or later find yourself gaining access to Pennsylvania truck driving jobs using a job portal that many of your not-so-tech-savvy friends might spend a lot of their time and money looking for.

One way or another, you stand to gain much more than you will lose, so it’s worth a shot!

Are you looking local truck driving jobs?

October 15, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Mobility is everything, and this is especially true for truck drivers. However, if they feel as if they have been stuck in a rut when it comes to their work, what do they do?

Where do they find the latest local truck driving jobs?

While most of us can surf the internet for new jobs at portals that cater to almost every profession, truck driving isn’t necessarily one of the most important professions that have exploited the reach of internet. Until now…

Truck driving jobs have also come of age, and in being very similar to job portals that we find if we do a Google search, one can find Ohio truck driving jobs or from anywhere else in the United States at the click of a button. And just like a job portal, a list of jobs (and not just truck driving jobs) are available and all one has to do is check the information under each position to see if it matches their experience and qualifications.

Whether you are an owner operator who is looking for California truck driving jobs or are just looking for jobs as a company driver, one can find several of these jobs at sites that have been designed keeping a truck driver’s needs in mind.

After all, since almost everything has made its way on the internet, there’s no reason why truck driving ads shouldn’t!

Buying off road truck tires

October 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Any 4×4 enthusiast is happiest when rolling through some mud or crawling over some rocks in some remote inaccessible place. It is a joy that is not understood by everyone, but it can be a lot of fun once you really get into it. Most of this fun is possible due to the off road truck tires that are fitted on the trucks.

Although the engine and chassis play a huge part in getting the vehicle to do what is supposed to do, the tires are what give the vehicle the grip. Without grip, the wheels would just spin in one place and the vehicle would get nowhere. When you consider this, the obvious option would be to get pickup truck tires that have maximum rugged grip to get you anywhere. While this is a good idea, it will be expensive.

If you do not have a specialized truck for off-roading, it does not make sense to have rugged tires fitted on them all the time. Using them on normal asphalt road will only see them wear out quickly. For normal roads you should use normal tires. When you decide to go off road, change the tires and have all the fun you want. To locate a good tire dealer near you, use the internet. Just type “tires york pa” or “tires Miami Florida” (replace with your city/state name) and you will find many dealers.Try to buy a good brand, even if it is expensive, as it will last longer and provide you more safety.