Author: George Kay

22
Jan
2013

World’s Biggest Dump Truck

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Who doesn’t remember playing with dump trucks as a kid? I know I do, and I know I loved getting covered in mud doing it too! As much fun as I had with my dump trucks, they were nothing like this monster of a truck. The Liebherr T 282B is the world’s largest, highest payload capacity (363 … Continue reading World’s Biggest Dump Truck

17
Jan
2013

Moving Tips: How to Protect Your Furniture

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Moving can be a stressful time no matter what, but it is even more stressful when upon reaching your new location, you find your furniture scratched, broken, or ruined in one way or another. Properly protecting furniture can be a simple yet effective way to prevent this damage, but many do-it-yourself movers do not know … Continue reading Moving Tips: How to Protect Your Furniture

10
Jan
2013

Deadly Ice Road Trucking

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Ice roads, roads made out of ice, are temporary roads that allow vehicles to enter areas without permanent road access, and are usually remade each winter. Truckers use these roads to get loads to places that would usually need expensive air freight for large deliveries. Why Ice Roads are Used All over the world ice … Continue reading Deadly Ice Road Trucking

3
Jan
2013

Buyers Beware of Sandy Cars

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As the year changes, buyers run out to buy a new car to celebrate the New Year, and some are finding cars that have taken a swim lesson during Hurricane Sandy. Scammers are finding ways to hide signs of damage from buyers and dealers are saying that “it’s hard to tell”. For those of you … Continue reading Buyers Beware of Sandy Cars

26
Dec
2012

South Korea and International Shipping

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International shipping is becoming more popular around the world. Imports and exports are seeing heavy increases, especially in South Korea. Residents of South Korea are starting to lean more towards imported vehicles and more away from Korean made cars, like Hyundai. Still the dominant brand, Korean makes are now being seen as “boring” by those … Continue reading South Korea and International Shipping

18
Dec
2012

Top 7 Signs You are Dealing with Rogue Movers

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Moving can be nice and easy engagement, but in some cases it turns into nightmare. If you are about to move, make sure you do your homework and learn how to protect your move. Nowadays it has become easier for rogue movers to blend in the industry, but is not impossible to distinguish a professional … Continue reading Top 7 Signs You are Dealing with Rogue Movers

18
Dec
2012

Ford’s New Beast the GT500

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Ford’s SVT division was responsible for creating such beasts as the Ford GT and the F-150 SVT Raptor, and now added to this list is the 2013 Ford Shelby GT500! Banging out a whopping 662-horsepower, this ride goes from 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of over 200 mph. When … Continue reading Ford’s New Beast the GT500

14
Dec
2012

This Year’s Awesome New Cars

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The new cars of 2013 are making it into the showrooms now, and we’re excited! There are a dozen new cars coming out that worth the wait we’ve had to endure, and most of them are priced under $50,000.

10
Dec
2012

American Gas Boom

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NHTSA (the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) has proven itself adept at promoting the new fuel standards imposed by the Obama Administration. Tapping the widespread obsession on gas prices, they claim that upgrading to the new sedans and trucks would be equivalent to paying a dollar a gallon less for your gas, but that … Continue reading American Gas Boom

7
Dec
2012

Recycled Shipping Containers

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Shipping containers are very useful for getting your vehicles or other shipped items overseas safely, but what else can they be used for? Well, you could always live in it! Metro Detroit may have the most unusual condominium project, which is a project where a 20-unit complex is being built from empty shipping containers. Soon … Continue reading Recycled Shipping Containers