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Things to Know About Truck Loan Requirements

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Things to Know About Truck Loan Requirements

If you would like to obtain truck financing, then you should know that obtaining a commercial truck loan is more complicated than getting a loan for a conventional vehicle. Many people quickly become overwhelmed by the number of rules, regulations, and general red tape involved in trying to get a commercial truck loan. However, it doesn’t need to be an arduous or confusing ordeal, as taking the time to review your options, and go over your financial data, will increase your chances of getting a truck loan. In some instances, you may need to go through some legal proceedings to…

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15
Mar

Safety Up! On Lifting Techniques

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Working on a farm isn’t child’s play, as people can get seriously injured or even die in severe cases. Think of all the pulling, hoisting, shoveling, bending, loading and lifting that are involved on a daily basis on a farm. The strain and stress that manual labour can place on the human body should not be underestimated, as many labourers complain of debilitating back problems, muscles sprains and torn ligaments that require months—if not years—of painful rehabilitation and surgeries. The sad truth is estimates suggest that a large percentage of back injuries on farms are caused by improper lifting techniques, and nearly a third of all worker’s compensation claims are based on back injuries. There’s good news, however, as planning ahead can save a lot of heartache; the key to this is to properly train yourself on how to do the job well before you even do it. Identifying hazards…

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1
Mar

Top 7 Tips to Successfully Maintain Your RV

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If you are looking to protect your hard-earned investment, then the 7 tips below will help you successfully maintain your RV and ensure that it runs smoothly. Check the Seams and Seals You should check the roof of your RV every 3 to 4 months in order to identify leaks. Its air conditioning system, vents, edges and skylights may leak water from exposed seams in the roof. The reason why we recommend you check your RV’s roof every so often is that the water damage will start slow. That is, it usually begins by making its way into the outer wood framework of the roof. Left untreated, the water will then penetrate the inner ceiling panels. To avoid extensive water damage you must purchase sufficient amounts of sealant for patching purposes. The sealant that you end up purchasing must be compatible with the material that your RVs roof consists off.…

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