Tips For Buying A Class-A Motorhome For Living The Nomad Lifestyle

15 October 2019
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If you want to spend a couple of years living a nomad lifestyle while traveling the country, then a Class A motorhome would be ideal. These RVs are spacious and even luxurious, depending on how much money you want to spend, so you can have all the comforts of home while you're enjoying living in different scenic surroundings. Here are some tips for buying a Class A motorhome for long-term living and travel: Read More …

Do You Need A Side By Side UTV?

27 June 2019
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There are many reasons why you may want to get a side by side vehicle. When you get a side by side, you end up with a utility vehicle that allows you to get more work done or have more fun outside with family and friends. You can buy this type of ATV or UTV at your local auto dealer. Do you need a side by side, or will a single rider do to meet your needs? Read More …

Open, Closed, Enclosed, Flatbed, Utility, And More: Know Your Trailers!

27 April 2019
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Buying a trailer is not as simple as you might think. Trailer sellers such as Ace Trailer Sales have more than one kind of trailer for you to consider. There are so many different kinds of trailers that you first must consider exactly what it is you intend to haul behind your vehicle. To really get to know your trailers, types are highlighted and described below.  Open Trailers Open trailers are just that: open. Read More …

Why Are Tall Seating Positions Preferred?

9 February 2019
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If you've never driven an SUV before and are used to only the standard seating heights you find in passenger cars, it may seem odd to find tall seating positions listed as a plus in vehicle descriptions. Obviously you're going to sit up higher in larger vehicles, but wouldn't that make it harder to get into the vehicle? If you're looking at a description for a subcompact crossover, no. In fact, a tall seating position has to do with where the seat is placed in the vehicle, not how tall the vehicle is, and it really is an advantage. Read More …