Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Avoid A Lemon, Read This Truck Article!

by on April 30, 2019



You may not have a good car buying experiences in the past. You will now be reading over things that can help you score the right deal that you deserve when you're buying a new or used vehicle.

When you shop for a car, you must know what you need before you leave the house. How much money can you willing to spend? How big does your car need to be for the amount of people are you going to transport? How many miles to the gallon would you like? Do you want two door or four doors? Make a list of all the qualities you want your car to have.

When negotiating, think about the entire price, not just the monthly payment. Dealers will do anything and everything to get you that monthly price, but it will just increase the total price you pay. Negotiate the best price total you can for the course of your lease.Then figure out what that works out to on a monthly payment will be.

Don't ever pay the sticker price for your car. This number is not an accurate reflection of what the dealer believes it can get from you.

Bring a friend on your shopping day.You could take your buddy, parent or partner.

When you're looking for a vehicle, try purchasing something that will cost you less in gas. You may be yearning for a big V-8 that can use to tow things.

Call your bank about financing you need for the vehicle you are interested in. This is simply for your own safety. Though dealership finance departments may be able to secure a lower rate for your car loan, it's still wise to know what the interest rates will be prior to shopping.

Most salespeople have monthly goals or quotas to make. Use this system to your advantage by shopping for a car dealership at the end of the month. Salesmen who have yet met their quote will be more willing to negotiate. This additional pressure will let you have more room for lowering the asking price.

Try renting cars to get a car in order to test it out.This will give you get a chance to spend some time driving the vehicle. Go on a trip to see how the car with your family to decide if it fits you well. This will allow you make the money on it.

Purchasing a new vehicle can be both exciting and exciting. There are many sites that consolidate information from various private owners and dealerships so that you to compare specs and models. This can assist you money and time by narrowing down choices.

Call the dealership to find out if they have the model you desire in stock. If you visit them, the salesperson may try to sell you a car that you don't want. If you are interested in a van but there are none there, you've wasted your time. Calling in advance can save you time.

Check online for prices within your city as well as in nearby cities.Researching price trends online can give you figure out where to get the lowest price.

Check the service department found at any dealer you are considering. Ask around to see if you can find out what people think.Call the department and get advice from them. Select a dealership with smart sales and caring.

You might not get a great deal on it, but you should be flexible as you do have a sales price on the new car you like.

Find out all the extras in your final bill. Different cars have different costs in maintenance, fuel efficiencies, resale values, and maintenance costs. Find out what octane of gas, variety of oil, etc. These are all factors that can make a substantial difference in the total cost of owning the car.

Choose a model that is famous for being cheap and on which the repairs are relatively inexpensive. You want to avoid spending a lot of cash every other month just to stay functional. Look online to figure out the model is best for you.

Now, you should be well prepared to find your next vehicle. It shouldn't be an unpleasant experience when you are trying to purchase a car. Use this advice to get the car you want at a great, low price!

Friday, March 29, 2019

WHERE TO GO OFF-ROADING IN THE OZARKS

by on March 29, 2019






It’s summertime in the Ozarks! Those are words most of us can't wait to hear. Although it's still a few months away, there is no reason not to plan ahead and get those four wheeling spots plotted out ahead of time. All-terrain vehicles are a favorite of Ozarkers to zip around tracks, off the road in the woods and feel the wind on a hot summer day. There are tons of great spots to get out and go four wheeling around Springfield. Here are a few places with delegated zones for ATVs and additional recreational vehicles!






SOGGY BOTTOM MX PARK
350 Bohmont Road
Sparta, MO 65753
Drive from SGF: 45 Minutes
(417) 861-9197 - Doug
(417) 425-4354 - Dan
(417) 634-2277 - Danny

GPS: 37.0054948,-92.909713
Image result for SOGGY BOTTOM MX PARK spartaSoggy Bottom Motorcross Park is just a short distance from Springfield with tons to contribute for thrill seekers. They have specific courses for four-wheelers and dirt bikers alike. 
There are three main tracks to run that feature a variety of trails to keep you on your toes. There’s a 110-acre tract of land to play in. Most of the action here is for dirt bikers, but they welcome anyone who wants to come out! Fans of the park rave about the owners who are described as being super helpful and very friendly. They also have campgrounds and cabins for people on a weekend excursion. Plus, it’s affordable! Only $20 per day per rider is a great value!



Description: 1100 acres of trails, MX Track, and EnduroX track in one location. Host to several races, series and Ironman Competition.

Camping: Yes, limited RV hookups, hot showers, and pavilion.
Hours: Saturdays 10     AM - Dark

Fees: Open riding $15

Primitive camping sites for $10 a night, electric and water for campers for $20 a night, and then basic cabins for $20 a night.









BUFFALO MX
Hayes Road
Buffalo, MO 65622
(417) 345-6981



Drive from SGF: 45 Minutes


This open terrain motocross track is about one mile long and consists of a blend of loamy soil, sawdust and some hard-pressed segments, a large uphill triple and various table-tops. This is another track that is just a little drive from the Queen City, about 45 minutes north of Buffalo. The course has plenty of jumps for the more experienced rider and plenty of room to practice too! It’s also just $20 per rider per day and only $3 for spectators.



SOUTHERN MISSOURI OFF ROAD RANCH
5722 State Highway K
Seymour, Missouri 65746
(417) 773-4084
Drive from SGF: 40 Minutes
Southern Missouri Off Road Ranch is commonly referred to as SMORR. It’s easily one of the most popular off-road tracks in the state. They have something for motorists of any age and any experience level. There are an enormous 940 acres of land with tons of different areas to play on. The only downside is that they no longer allow four-wheelers or dirtbikes. This area is more for side by sides and UTVs. But the plus side is that it looks like so much fun! 







CHADWICK MOTORCYCLE AND ATV USE AREA
State Highway H
Chadwick, MO
(417) 683-4428 


Located in the Mark Twain National Forest, Chadwick is a colossal plot of land with some challenging trails and endless possibilities for riders. There are approximately 80 miles of trails to navigate with many different kinds of terrain. It’s also astonishingly cheap! Just $7/day for riders. They also have some great deals on season passes for repeat visitors. No overnight camping is allowed at the park, but you can always grab a hotel nearby. You’re also going to need to pick up a permit to use ATVs on the proprty, which you can get at the Christian County Clerk’s Office.




If you plan on driving your truck and transporting any type of cargo or exposing it to the unpredictable elements of the great outdoors, you need a bedliner that is going to last as long as the lease to your truck is on. If you want the ultimate off-roading bedliner to protect your truck against cracking, bubbling, or flaking ArmorThane's new ArmorLiner selection of spray-on bed liners is exactly what you're looking for!

Monday, March 18, 2019

(Automated) Trucking all over the world

by on March 18, 2019

America's military will soon be recruiting electronic drivers



Military drivers, though, have to deal with problems beyond those that make civilian driving hazardous. The average commute or school-run, even in the most dangerous parts of an American city, is rarely subject to booby traps, ambuscades or attack by rocket-propelled grenades. 

Nor, despite the macho, four-wheel-drivers of suburban sports-utility vehicles, do most such trucks spend much time off-road in the way that an army truck bedliner is likely to. 

The problem of automating military vehicles, then, is a hard one. But Oshkosh Defense, a firm based in Wisconsin, is having a go.