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Archive for November, 2014

Tips for Preparing your Vehicle for Winter Driving

When the weather changes it is important to begin safe winter driving practices. The roads can go from dry to sleek in an instant, and being prepared for the hazards of driving in inclement weather conditions including snow, sleet, hail, rain and more is important. Here we will discuss ways to make sure you are driving safely this winter and the equipment needed to ensure this, including a car battery charger. Take your car in to get serviced. Having your car break down on a brutally cold night is not only inconvenient, it can be dangerous. Have your entire vehicle thoroughly inspected for any leaks or other necessary part repairs or replacements. Be sure to check the fluid levels, tires, hoses and belts on a monthly basis. The transition from summer weather to winter can place a large burden on

The Ultimate Snowmobile Playlist

In addition to having the right snowmobile accessories like fully charged snowmobile batteries and all of the necessary gear, having a great playlist to listen to while you are gliding through the snow is also essential. You want music that will pump you up for your ride and the best part is — no one will hear you singing along over the loud engine! Of course you can create any playlist you like, but here are some of our favorites: Foreigner | Cold as Ice Doors | Wintertime Love The Rolling Stones | Winter Eye of the Tiger | Survivor Jump Around | House of Pain Don’t Stop Me Now | Queen Back in Black | Simon Wright (of AC/DC) We Can’t Stop | Miley Cyrus Bangarang | Skrillex ft. Sirah Turn Down for What | DJ Snake and Lil’

Batteries and Chargers for the Holidays

Nothing is worse for kids on Christmas morning than opening a toy they can’t wait to play with only to find that it needs batteries! Don’t let them down by not having any on hand. Always check the box of any toys that are battery operated to make sure the batteries are included. Even if they are, it never hurts to have a spare on hand in case they don’t work or run out quickly from all the play time they get when the toys are first opened. There are few types of batteries that are always good to have on hand for Christmas morning: Alkaline – Alkaline batteries meet the needs of many different applications. They come in various voltages including, 9 volt, AA, AAA, AAAA, C cell and D cell. Alkaline batteries are perfect for CD players, MP3

Different Types of Snowmobiles

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned pro, there is a snowmobile out there that is right for you. Everyone should have the chance to zip through the snow this winter and have some fun on a snowmobile that is suitable for them. It is easy to be intimidated when it comes to choosing the right one. From entry-level to mountain and touring and everything in between, there is a solution that is best matched to not only you skill set and experience level, but where you plan to ride your snowmobile. Here we break down the different options that are available to you, to help you figure out which will meet your needs. Entry-Level: Entry-level snowmobiles typically come equipped with engines ranging from 60-70 horsepower, are easy to ride and fairly inexpensive. They can be equipped with electric

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