Need Tires?-Finding Discount And Discontinued Tires Just Got Easier!

Tires. If you own a car, you have probably bought a set of tires at some point in your life. You may have opted for the cheapest brand you could find, or selected an ultra high-performance tire to suit your cars‘ needs.

Now, there are many different sources for consumers these days.  Whether they take a trip to their local repair shop to pick a tire, or search the many websites that offer discount tires, you really can’t go wrong.  While a repair shop can provide you with information about the correct fitments for your vehicle and what tire would be best for your uses, they often are forced to charge a premium of their tire prices.  On the other hand, many people have opted for buying tires online.  This is another great way to fulfill your tire needs.  You can research, shop, and then buy at usually a cheaper price then the store.  However, you often lose some of those savings on shipping charges.  But, what if you are looking for those “hard to find” tires.  What options do you have?

With the proliferation of tire brands numbering almost 500, the search for tires has become a tremendous drain on the limited resources of tire wholesalers and retailers.   It has become increasingly difficult for “brick and mortar” retailers and online retailers alike to stock all brands and sizes. But recently tire wholesaler, Network Tire Inc., is offering a new free service.  It is called TireHunter (www.tirehunter.com). They will locate that “hard to find” tire – whether it’s one tire or a container, and arrange to ship it directly to the customers’ location, at unbeatable prices.  TireHunter.com takes the place of hundreds of phone calls to find that elusive tire or brand.  No brand is too small.  TireHunter.com will scour the world to find the best deal.  I recently got a chance to speak with one of the owners, Andy Chalofsky, and he offered some input on the subject. “We believe that TireHunter.com will provide an invaluable service to wholesalers, retailers and consumers by taking the search effort off of their shoulders.”  Given the proliferation of tire brands from all over the world, it is difficult for most tire wholesalers and retailers to keep up with inventory, particularly if they only need a limited quantity, “TireHunter.com was established to fill a unique niche,” says Chalofsky, “by providing search capability for all brands.” With all this snow we have been having, it seems potholes were showing up everywhere.  Of course, on my way to work, I run into one, and low and behold, I come up with not one, but two flat tires.  I went searching for a replacement for my tires, when I realized that they have been discontinued 8 months earlier.   I called around on my own and searched the online tires stores just to see if I could find it, but to no avail.  I then came across TireHunter’s site and within 2 days they were able to find the tire I was looking for and offered it to me at a price that beat any posted price I have seen for the tire in the past. Thanks TireHunter!


Differences Between Monoblock & 3-Piece Forged Wheels

In the wheel market, forged wheels are considered as being the finest rim kind as they provide a lot of styling, strength and performance benefits. There’re 2 main variations of custom forged wheels; 3-piece wheels and monoblock wheels. The basis dissimilarities between 3-piece and monoblock units are the total of parts that make up every rim. This also guides to unique performance and styling benefits for each kind.

The manufacturing procedure for both forged 3-piece and monoblock rim is very similar. Both kind of forged wheels start as blocks of wholesome aerospace-grade T6-6061 aluminum. The aluminum blocks are positioned within a forging device where it’s condensed under vast amount of force to make the shape of a wheel. The huge force formulates a solid grain formation without any small imperfection, offering the wheel an unbelievably high strength. This powerful composition enables manufacturers to employ less metal than other wheel kinds, leading to a lighter standard weight.

Monoblock rims are often called as “one-piece” wheels since they’re composed of an individual piece of T6-6061 aluminum. Following the unit of metal is forged, it’s putted into a CNC milling device where the metal is shaved off and the design is slice into the wheel. Because of their 1-piece construction and forged aluminum makeup, forged monoblock rims are the lightest of any custom forged rims. The little weight assists to decrease load at the centre of the wheel of car, hence guiding to quicker acceleration, superior lateral grip, faster braking and enhanced fuel efficiency. Their forged structure also makes them reliable and durable, which’s why they’re often employed as racing forged wheels in performance vehicles at racing events.

The other well-known kind of wheel is the forged 3-piece wheels. The procedure of making this kind of wheels is very identical to a forged monoblock wheel besides a 3-piece forged wheels starts as 3 detach units of T6-6061 aluminum blocks. The structure of 3-piece wheels makes them the most pricey forged wheels, but oftentimes they’re the most economical to repair because of the fact that only the dented units requires to by substituted. Their 3-piece structure does enable them for a wide array of widths, finishes and color combinations to be employed to produce a truly perfect fitment.

Monoblock wheels provide great strength, weight and performance benefits over the rim kinds, whereas 3-piece wheels offer superior customization options. Now it is on to you which kind of wheel you choose for your car!


Test Drive: 2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline With LED Lights

The compact SUV segment is one of the fastest growing vehicle segments in Canada, with 2011 sales up by 7.1 per cent, according to Desrosiers Reports. Sales of luxury compact SUVs, though much lower overall, are growing at an even faster rate, up 31.1 per cent in 2011. This trend hasn’t gone unnoticed by vehicle manufacturers which continue to introduce new and revamped models such as the redesigned 2012 Honda CR-V, the all-new 2013 Mazda CX-5 and the completely redesigned 2013 Ford Escape. In the luxury segment, there’s plenty of action too with the recent redesign of the BMW X3, the new Mini Cooper Countryman, and the upcoming 2013 Acura RDX and 2013 Buick Encore.


The Volkswagen Tiguan, first introduced in mid-2008, is viewed as a “premium” compact SUV, fitting in somewhere between regular compact SUVs and luxury SUVs. Ranging in price between $27,875 and $38,375, the 2012 Tiguan is priced on the high side of normal in its class, and can go for as much as $42,575 for a top-of-the-line Highline model with all the options – just like this week’s test vehicle.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline. Click image to enlarge
Our Tiguan Highline included the optional Technology Package which includes a navigation system with touch-screen and 30-GB hard drive, a Dynaudio 300-watt digital audio system, rear park distance control, and Sirius satellite radio ($2,300); and the newly available Sport Package which includes 19-inch alloy wheels and all-season tires, Bi-xenon headlights with LED DRL and AFS, flared wheel arches, and sport suspension ($1,900).

The total price of $42,575 (plus $1,580 Freight and PDI) puts the Tiguan Highline squarely into luxury SUV territory. For comparison, a 2012 Audi Q5 2.0 Premium is priced at $41,200; a 2012 Acura RDX with the Technology Package is $42,490; and a Mercedes-Benz GLK 350 4Matic is $43,800.
Hm..would you rather have a VW or an Audi for your $43,000?

It doesn’t help that the Tiguan hasn’t changed much since 2008. For 2012, changes are mostly cosmetic: a new front end to make it resemble the current line-up of Volkswagen cars and SUVs, revised tail lights and liftgate, and new style alloy wheels. As well, there are some trim upgrades to the three Tiguan trim levels, Trendline, Comfortline and Highline. For example, Comfortline models add standard Bluetooth hands-free phone system and leatherette upholstery, and the Highline receives new 18-inch alloy wheels and roof rails, and a new optional Sport Package that includes low-profile 19-inch all-season tires and alloys, sport suspension, flared wheel arches, and xenon head lights that swivel.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline. Click image to enlarge
Inside, the centre screen and rear-view camera that comes with the optional Technology Package ($2,300) now displays a graphic of the rear parking sensors that beep loudly as you approach objects behind the vehicle.

Perhaps the most useful change for 2012 is an improvement in fuel economy, thanks to a revised six-speed automatic transmission. Front-wheel drive Tiguans show an eight per cent improvement in average fuel economy (9.7/7.6 city/hwy vs 10.7/8.0 city/hwy L/100 km) while 4Motion (all-wheel drive) Tiguans demonstrate a nine per cent improvement (9.8/7.4 city/hwy vs 10.9/7.9 city/hwy). However, the Tiguan’s turbocharged engine still uses Premium gas.

While 4Motion (all-wheel drive) is optional on Tiguan Trendline and Comfortline models, it is standard on the Highline. Other standard Highline features are the six-speed automatic transmission with ‘Tiptronic’ manual shift mode, leather seat upholstery, 12-way power driver’s seat, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth phone and iPod connectivity, panoramic sunroof, and 60/40 folding rear seatbacks with centre pass-through.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline. Click image to enlarge
The Tiguan’s 200-hp 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes maximum torque at just 1,700 rpm, so you can feel the power almost immediately – it’s surprisingly similar to VW’s torquey 1.9-litre TDI diesel engine. The Tiguan’s 2.0-litre turbo even sounds a bit like the diesel at low revs with a low rumbling sound that seems to fade away when the car reaches highway speeds. Cruising on the freeway at a steady 100 km/h in sixth gear, the engine turns over just 1,800 rpm.

The six-speed automatic transmission changes so smoothly that you won’t notice it until you need to accelerate quickly. The transmission is generally lazy, preferring to stay in a higher gear to save fuel, but a firm push on the accelerator produces a sudden drop down one or two gears unleashing the strong torque and horsepower of the turbocharged motor.
If you feel like picking up the pace, you can move the gear lever back into “S” mode (Sport mode), and the transmission will change automatically at higher revs, providing faster acceleration but worse gas mileage. We found Sport mode to be noisier and unnecessary in typical suburban/urban driving. You can also change gears manually by slapping the lever over to the right and pushing forwards to change up and pulling back to change down. It’s nice to have the option, even if you don’t use it very often.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline. Click image to enlarge
We found the Tiguan’s highway ride stable and comfortable over smooth pavement, but the optional sport suspension produces a hard ride when travelling over broken pavement and road cracks. With the Sport suspension, high-speed handling is flat and stable with a high level of grip from the 19-inch Continental ContiWinter Contact tires on our vehicle, but with its tall ground clearance and heavier curb weight, the Tiguan is no GTI. Steering weight is medium effort but response is not particularly sharp.

The Tiguan’s 4Motion all-wheel drive system is the fourth-generation Haldex system, which is also used in other VW and Audi vehicles. On dry pavement, one-hundred per cent of the power goes to the front wheels, but it can send all the power to the rear wheels if necessary. As well, if the 4Motion system senses that the road is icy when starting off, it allocates power evenly to the front and rear. Together with its winter tires, 200 mm (7.9 in.) ground clearance and higher frontal clearance, the Tiguan is well-equipped for winter driving.

Other winter-friendly features of the Tiguan include heated mirrors, heated windshield washer nozzles, windshield washer level sensor, heated front seats, variable intermittent rain-sensing front wipers, intermittent rear wiper/washer/defroster, keyless entry, outside temperature gauge, fog lights, and puddle lamps.
The driver sits up high and has good visibility. The optional rear parking sensors are very useful when backing into a parking space – a graphic of the rear bumper appears in the centre screen and flashing lines turn from yellow to red as you approach an obstacle, accompanied by warning tones.

2012 Volkswagen Tiguan Highline. Click image to enlarge
The Tiguan’s interior is attractive and well-finished with soft-touch plastic dash materials, titanium-coloured trim around the radio, and aluminum trim around the shift lever and door handles. The bright, white-on-black speedo and tach are easy to read, and using buttons on the steering wheel, the information display between the gauges can be scrolled between useful info such as average fuel economy, compass, telephone, bluetooth audio, servicing information, digital speedometer, outside temperature and odometer.

Sound from the optional 300-watt DynAudio sound system is full and rich with deep base tones and plenty of scope for loud tunes. Sirius satellite radio with its 100-plus channels is included in the Tiguan Comfortline and Highline (limited subscription).

The colour touch-screen in the centre dash can be used for navigation, audio functions, settings, and phone. It will also display climate functions operated by the manual controls below. The illuminated screen is easy to read except when the sun shines on it at certain angles, and operating it doesn’t require reading a manual first. But you won’t find the screen as touch-friendly as an iPhone.

Below it, the automatic climate control features driver and front passenger temperature adjustments but only a single fan speed. We did like the fact that it offers a choice of any or all vent openings rather than the preselected combinations found in most vehicle heaters.


Are Alloy Rims The Right Choice for You?

Car enthusiasts might look into alloy rims, which are made of an alloy of magnesium and aluminum rather than steel. If you are looking to improve the performance of your vehicle, you might have decided to see about alloy rims because they are lighter than steel. Because of this, they can improve your control and steering in your car, truck or van. They also provide a slick, sporty look, which causes many drivers to turn to alloy rims to improve the overall appearance of a car. Alloy rims can be high in price, which makes them out of reach for many drivers. Although there are benefits, there are also drawbacks.

Many drivers choose alloy rims because they are generally lighter and make your car, truck or van more responsive. They allow you to take corners and brake with more sensitivity, which is attractive to someone who is looking to improve the performance of your car. However, sometimes alloy rims are even heavier than a steel wheel of the same size. Because of this, you should make sure you know what you are getting when you purchase your alloy rims. Another attractive feature of alloy rims is that they conduct heat better than their steel counterparts. Because of this, they tend to improve the heat dissipation from the brakes. That means that your brakes are less likely to fail when you are in tough driving conditions. Of course, this is an excellent safety feature for someone who enjoys driving recreationally. Alloy rims can make your car, truck or van a little safer when you are dealing with difficult braking situations. But they also require extra care and are extremely expensive to replace.

Alloy rims have a tendency towards Galvanic corrosion if you do not take the proper measures to prevent it. This corrosion can lead to air leakage from tires, which is certainly an undesirable effect and can be very dangerous for the driver. Also, when alloy rims are damaged, they are not as easy to fix as steel wheels. Of course, when you have spent a large amount of money on your alloy rims, it is generally cheaper to repair them than to replace them. This, of course, varies by situation and driver. But if your mag wheels are damaged, you will generally find that they are highly expensive to replace.

Alloy rims are standard equipment on many high end sports and luxury vehicles, but generally not on the lower priced cars and trucks. Many drivers choose to add alloy rims as they customize their vehicles themselves. However, because they are so expensive, alloy rims can catch the eye of thieves very easily. Because of this, you as the driver and owner have to be even more careful when taking care of your vehicle and alloy rims. You will have to be careful about parking in rougher areas, as these are often stolen. If you routinely park in difficult neighborhoods, you may not want to risk having your alloy rims stolen. Or, you may want to look into insurance to protect them from theft.


Beginners Guide: Car Audio Systems

The first step is to determine what your needs are. If you’re unsure, we will first look at the individual components that make up a complete system.
The Head Unit

AKA Source Unite. This is the most important part of your audio system. The decision you make here will either make or break your system, never mind you hearing.

What to look for in a head unit:

Manufacturer: Look for a well know manufacturer i.e. Sony, Alpine, Clarion, Blaupunkt, JVC etc.

Sound Re-production: Accurate sound re-production is a must, forget looks.

Warranty: Good warranty is also a must, avoid Grey-Market units.

Build Quality: Make sure its robust.

Low budget features:

Forget Fascination: Forget colorful displays, flip down panels, inbuilt equalizers, bass boost etc.

Higher budget features:

CD: If your music collection is on CD, then consider a CD head unit or one with a CD changer.

MP3 & WMA: If you have a vast music library then you may want to look for units that can read MP3 and/or WMA music formats.

VCD & DVD: Long journeys will benefit from this feature and keep the kids out of trouble too.

Amplifier: If you planning to add an amp to your car choose a head unit with RCA outputs.

Speakers

This is the second most important part of your audio system. Speakers convert electronic signals into sound waves.

What to look for in speakers:

Spending: Speakers come in several types, sizes and power ratings. Be careful before spending more money then you need to.

Power: Speaker power is one of the most over-rated features in head units and speakers.

Numbers: Don’t get pulled in by numbers like 300Watts or 450Watts etc. Even the big company’s use this.

Ratings: Don’t buy speakers based upon the company’s ratings like PMPO, Peak Power, Max Power etc.

RMS: Root Mean Square ratings are equivalent of the actual power rating delivered.

Installation: This is one of the most important points of the speaker, “proper installation”. Direction, Height and Placement is key to the sound and if not installed properly can make the sound feel lifeless.

Manufacturer Locations: Usually speaker locations provided by the car manufacturer are not the best, but you can install the speakers in the provided spaces.

Speaker Types:

Coaxial: They are two (or more) speakers’ built-in the same unit. They usually consist of a mid-bass and tweeters. They are cheaper than separate component speakers and easier to install.
Component 2-Way: They consist of a mid-bass and tweeter. They are harder to install then coaxial.

Component 3-Way: They consist of a separate woofer, mid-bass or mid-range and tweeters. They are harder to install then coaxial.

Mid-Bases: Usually 5″ to 8″ speakers that are designed for low frequency sound and fill the frequency gap between the woofer and the tweeter. Because of there size they are hard to fit but do make the sound more lifelike.

Horns: These are funnel shaped speakers that are for staging, they are particularly good for vocal frequencies but are the hardest to install.

Tweeters: Usually 1″ to 3″ in size and great for high frequency sounds. They can be hard to install in some cars as there mounting is usually done around or in the dashboard.

Sub-Woofers: The largest speakers raging in size from 8″ to 24″ and sometimes bigger. They are the most important if you want to feel the beats and not just hear them. The woofer is usually found in the trunk in an enclosure but installations may vary.

Speaker Locations:

Front Speakers: Commonly located in or under the dashboard or in door panels.

Rear Speakers: Located behind the rear seats or in door panels.

Woofer: Depending on size, behind the rear seats or in the trunk.

Tweeters: Usually on the front pillars, front doors or dashboard.

Note: Try out your speaker positions before installing them so that you get the best sound.

Amplifiers

Amps amplify or multiply the input signals from the head unit to the speakers. The Amp not only make the sound louder they also make it clearer.

What to look for:

Class: Amps are classified according to their amplification, Class-A, B, AB, and D.

Channel: They can also be classified by their channel, Monobloc 1-Channel, 2-Channel, 4-Channel etc.

Crossovers

They are a combination of series and parallel placed induction coils and capacitors, or either of them. They are given the job of frequency distribution among different types of speaker for distortion free sound reproduction. Inductors stop the high frequencies from passing through.

A combination of these together make a band pass which cut through a certain portion of both the high as well as the low frequencies and are rightly called band-pass crossovers.


The Path To Finding Better Cars

Personalizing Your Vehicle with Aftermarket Accessories Personalization is always one of the first things people think about after buying a new car. You will certainly be happy to find that your visions can easily come true given the fact that there are many aftermarket accessories out there that can help you get it done. A cargo net would be a nice addition if you are the kind of person who likes to fill the trunk with all sorts of stuff. This will even give you some benefits over small and big things alike. You don’t even need to worry about installation and removal because both are easily done if you don’t or want to use it. The last thing you want is to get into an emergency and not be ready for it. Having an emergency kit is something that you can consider adding into your vehicle. In fact, these are some of the basic necessities you should have in your car because it’s something that can save your life.
The Beginners Guide To Accessories (Getting Started 101)
If you live in places where the temperatures can be considered a little extreme whether hot or cold, you will find that a remote starter can help you get things heated or cooled quicker. One of the best benefits of this is being able to set the temperature inside your car in addition to being able to start it up as you are getting out of the building.
The Beginners Guide To Accessories (From Step 1)
You can also make use of bumper protectors to keep them from being scratched up. Among the best things you will find when it comes to these protective coats is that they won’t even be visible to your eyes. The sun’s heat can also be oppressive and it’s another thing it can protect it from. You can also protect your doors from minor dings when you attach some guards on the door edge. You will be able to find a lot more different kinds of accessories in the market if you are really looking to take good care of your car and personalize it according to your style. There are also door sills that can light up when you open your doors to make it look cooler. The market offers a lot of things that can help you add some sense of personalization on your vehicle. You can even make it cooler by choosing the ones that have your car’s logo on it. All you really have to do is choose among all the choices for you out there. You can make your car one that will catch all the eyes of people who see it. Even with the budget factor, this thing can still be done.


Why No One Talks About Trucks Anymore

Building Your Trucking Business Importance of Equipment All companies need the right equipment in order to succeed. One of the most important decisions you have to make for your business is finding the right equipment. After you have chosen the right trucking equipment for your business, this is the time to decide if you will lease or buy the trucking equipment. Owner-operator financing is also an option for those old and new business owners, but these options can be confusing to some. Remember that not all salespeople have your best interest in mind, some try to sell or try to lease you equipment for their own benefit. Therefore, having a plan ahead of time would benefit you before speaking with a sales person.
Why No One Talks About Trucks Anymore
When buying your equipment everything is basically straightforward and has less complications. Its either you pay for the equipment in full or put a down payment and get a loan for the rest. As long as you keep you loan payments current and up to date, you are the owner of the said equipment. After making the last payment you will own the equipment no questions asked.
5 Key Takeaways on the Road to Dominating Services
When it comes to leasing the equipment things can get a bit complicated. In some instances you might be paying lower than usual. Think of it as a type of rental, where in every month you make a payment for the use of your equipment. And other leases are structured where you make payments in a regular basis until you own the equipment. With a wide array of options things sometimes can get complicated. Choosing between buying or leasing is solely up to you, depending on your own situation. Having the Right Clients Most newly established operators get their first customers from load boards. Using the load board is surely a convenient way to get shipping customers but in the long run this should not be your long-term process. In load boards the bidding wars are so competitive. You have to bid as low as possible to obtain a client while keeping in mind to leave space for a profit. Another thing is that you may or may not establish long term relationships with clients. Because of one time clients you lose the stability needed by your company in order for it to have regular business. Why Do You Need a Website This day and age having your company website is essential. The primary step in customizing your website for your company is to determine the main goal of your website. Knowing the main use of your website is critical to maximize its usage. Having your own website can be a means of advertising your company’s services, specialties, and other offers. For you to have your on trucking company website will be a big advantage for you and your employees.


Sprinter Guy Launches Facebook Page for Refrigerated Vans

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(Westwood, MA)—Mercedes-Benz of Westwood, a dealership that specializes in the sale of refrigerated vans, has recently announced the launch of their official Facebook page. Those who are interested in purchasing refrigerated vans will find links to helpful information and articles that will allow them to learn more about the benefits and make an informed buying decision. They’ll also be able to keep up with Mercedes-Benz of Westwood’s sprinter van inventory and be the first to know when the dealership has new refrigerated vans for sale.

Scott Masse, a spokesperson for Mercedes-Benz of Westwood, commented “Refrigerated vans are a special kind of vehicle because they need to be customized to meet the needs of the particular business owner who will be making the purchase. Consequently, we know that education is a key component of every sale. It’s what ensures that the business owner gets exactly what they want in a refrigerated van. This is the main reason why we are so excited to be launching our new Facebook page. Not only will we get a chance to engage with our customers on a social platform, but we’ll also be providing informational articles that will help them understand what they need to know before they buy.”

Not only will Mercedes-Benz of Westwood customers be able to contact the sales staff and get answers to their questions about refrigerated vans, but those who are looking to purchase a van in the immediate future or are thinking about purchasing a fleet for their company will be in the know when new models and inventory arrive on the lot. In addition, customers who are looking for a reefer van for sale can head over to the newly-launched Facebook page to see pictures of projects that Mercedes-Benz of Westwood has completed for other local business owners.

“Facebook is all about engagement, and we want our customers to know that we’re here for them,” Masse continued. “Our team is available to answer their questions and help make sure they are able to get the refrigerated van that will help them streamline their business operations and provide great service for their own customers.”

About Mercedes-Benz of Westwood:

Mercedes-Benz of Westwood is a full-service car dealership offering competitive pricing, a no-hassle sales and financing process, and complete dedication to excellent service. Their team specializes in the sale of refrigerated vans.

Source: http://thenumbers.marketplace.org/publicradio/news/read/32357199


6 Facts About Vehicles Everyone Thinks Are True

What You Must Know Before Buying Sprinter Vans

Across South America, Europe as well as the United States, sprinter vans are one type of transport vehicle that is widely used. You will soon learn why and how it has gained the attention and interest of many as you read the content of this article.

Number 1. Form – there are many different variants of sprinter vans, the reason why you are seeing 2 door pickup, a 4 door minivan, a 4 door minibus and a 4 door cab. This also comes with body and lower center of gravity, which gives it better maneuverability without having to reduce its cargo carrying capacity. The cargo space lets a fully grown adult to stand in upright position without any troubles since it is high enough.

Number 2. Specifications – due to the carrying capacity of up to 3000 lbs of cargo without taxing its engine is among the reasons why there are many businesses that are using sprinter vans as part of their fleet. There are lots of options for engines and from years 95 to 00′, the van was just a diesel model and can offer 2.3 as well as 2.9 liter engines. It then went to providing 2.1-, 2.3 as well as 2.7 liter engines for later models after few years. These vans on average have approximate of 100 inches in height and 200 inches in length.

Number 3. History – the very first sprinter van was actually manufactured in 95 in Europe in an effort to replace previous vans. The sprinter wasn’t immediately introduced in the US until late 2001, which is marketed by top car companies.

However, the model was not able to stir quite a bit of attention because of other lower priced vans in existence in the US market. Then, several iterations in the van was made and it has shipped from overseas and then reassembled which have provided better models than previous vans.

Number 4. Benefits – one of the many benefits that come with sprinter vans are their speed as well as maneuverability, which is way better compared to one expects for such a big vehicle partnered with its hauling capacity. This made it a great vehicle for different businesses in transporting their stuffs easily or, getting to their customers without hassle. Another known advantage of using sprinter vans is its fuel efficiency. Whether you believe it or not, other vans can have an average of 16 miles per gallons but the sprinter vans can make average of 20, which makes it a smart purchase.

Make sure that you keep these things in mind when planning to buy sprinter vans for sale to be sure that you really are making a smart decision of your purchase.

Source: http://luxe-auto.net/2016/06/21/why-mercedes-is-the-best-manufacturer-on-the-market/


Where To Start with Websites and More

Trucking Websites And Finding The Right Web Developer To Build It Our technology today provides all of us with convenience and advantages in a lot of many different ways. The advancement of many things have been caused by the modern technological advancements as well. Breakthroughs in many fields are also being constantly developed and are being used to aid people in almost every needs that they have. The most valuable and popular kind of technological advancements that we are using today is the internet People now have access to almost anything they want to get their hands on through the use of the internet. The internet is one of the major contributor to the large scale improvements on the ways people live nowadays. Whatever it is that we are seeking today, we can be sure to find it through the help of the internet. Online sites are also designed for the purpose of helping people easily find the things that they are searching on the internet. The marketing and advertising potential brought about by a business website to any kind of business today is already seen by a lot of business people as it potentially increases the customer reaching ability of any business to increase its sales and profit. A trucking company much like any other kind of business also needs to have trucking company websites for it to extend its reach to the customers that are in need of their services. A website is one of the most important components that your trucking company needs so that it could reach customers that are way beyond the marketing range of your business’ individual branches. You must know that a tracking business offers the types of services that most people are looking for today. For this very reason the trucking business has become one of the businesses with the highest competition rates in the industry. This is one of the critical factors that you need to properly address if you are to make sure that your business will survive and strive amidst the heavy competition. So that you can provide your trucking company with the best website, you need to look for a reliable trucking website builder. A reliable web builder will be able to help you with everything that you need to have a professional trucking company website as your online business extension. Building a trucking company website for your trucking business needs the skills and ability of a professional for the site to be correctly built and designed. The website must be created by a web builder who can be trusted and is reliable mainly because the website itself will be a factor in the success of your business. A reliable web builder will ensure that the websites is created properly with all the needed features. The website is responsible for maintaining the company’s confidentiality as well. One wrong move when it comes to this matter will definitely hurt the business itself.Learning The Secrets About Trucks

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