You’ve got your truck, and now you’re ready to start towing. Well… not so fast. The only thing standing between your truck and your first tow is choosing the right hitch. Given the large selection of hitches available on the market, figuring out which hitch would work best for your truck can understandably be tricky.
Category: Truck Safety
If you’ve been driving for any length of time, you’ve most likely seen plenty of dogs in the bed of their owner’s pickup truck. Perhaps if you own a dog, you’ve even done it yourself. Letting a dog ride in the bed of a pickup is so common and logical on the surface, but the fact is, in most cases, it’s not safe for the dog. Over 100,000 dogs are[…]
There’s little doubt that a pickup truck is one of the most practical and versatile vehicles out there. If you’re a truck owner, you already know that, but it’s also true that the average pickup truck bed could use a little help with carrying smaller cargo. For large bulky items, it’s easy to simply tie them down and be on your way. However, smaller items require some type of cargo[…]
Once again, winter is right around the corner. If you want to take the extreme conditions of winter head-on, now is the time to start winterizing your truck. Driving in winter is like walking on ice: to prevent sliding, you need traction. Compared to passenger cars, keeping traction in a pickup truck isn’t easy. To assist with carrying cargo, some pickups are rear-wheel drive and have lighter back halves.