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Common Motorcycle Problems That All First-Time Bike Owners Should Know About

If you're a first-time motorcycle owner, chances are you don't know very much about some of the most common motorcycle problems. Unfortunately, this also means that you don't know what signs to look for to catch a small issue before it becomes a major problem. Learn more about common motorcycle issues so that you can avoid paying costly motorcycle repair bills. Contaminated Fuel Many bike owners only drive their motorcycles when the weather is nice. Read More 

Equipment Checklist For People Switching From A Cruiser To A Dual Sport

If you're used to a cruiser, then the adjustment to a dual sport motorcycle can be intimidating. They ride much differently and don't have the comforts you are used to with cruisers. However, they can be really fun and they allow you to ride offroad and go places you would never have been able to go with your old bike. It's important to make sure you get the necessary equipment. You shouldn't simply switch bikes. Read More 

Interested In Boat Repair? Get Educated In An Unexpected Place…2015 Boat Shows

Have you been trying to break into the boat repair industry? Maybe you're a student trying to advance towards being a boat repair technician; or, maybe you already do boat maintenance as a hobby. School is one great way to gain the necessary education and training to service boats. There's another terrific way to brush up on your boat repair skills. Boat shows! Why Boat Shows? You're probably wondering why a boat show is a great place to further your training as a boat repair technician. Read More 

Safety Considerations For New RV Trailer Buyers

While RV trailer safety is not exactly the most exciting aspect of your upcoming summer vacations, it is vitally important that you take it very seriously. Towing your new trailer will be a new driving experience for you. You can expect that it will take a bit of time to get adjusted to the feel of towing a trailer behind your vehicle. The trailer will sway and pull and you need to learn to compensate for the weight through your steering. Read More