Dings And Dangs! Great Tips For Keeping Your Car’s Paint Job Looking Fantastic All Year

Scratches, dings, and chips in the paint are inevitable in cars that aren't properly protected. If you've just bought a new car or you've jazzed up an older one with a new paint job, you want to do everything in your power to keep that coat shiny and new. Here are some great tips for preventing minor body damage and making sure the outside of your car looks great for years to come. Read More 

Keeping Your Cool With Preventative Cooling System Maintenance

When it comes to keeping a heavy-duty truck cool, it needs all the cooling help it can get. In addition to the heavy-duty components that offer extra cooling capacity, preventative maintenance also plays an important role in keeping your big rig rolling. Without it, you're bound to be stuck at a standstill. The following offers a few pointers for keeping your truck's cooling system in top shape. Airflow is King Read More 

3 Reasons To Always Have Roadside Assistance Coverage

Driving is a normal part of life for most people, and anyone that drives knows that things can go wrong on the road. Roadside assistance is a type of insurance you can purchase that will help you when things go wrong, and it is one of the most affordable types of protection you can have. With roadside assistance, you can have assurance that help will be on the way if you need it, and here are the three of the most important reasons you should never drive without it. Read More 

Commercial Food Trucks: 3 Benefits Of Using Polyurethane Foam For Insulation At Different Locations

The trucking industry is the backbone of the transportation industry in the U.S. 3.5 million truck drivers are responsible for transporting over 70% of all freight transported annually. The type of truck bodies that commercial food trucks, like those from Arrow Truck Sales, have are crucial in maintaining an optimal internal temperature for transporting food products and ensuring that they do not spoil and that microbial growth is prevented. Most of the top-of-the-line commercial food trucks have 3 inches of polyurethane foam installed in the floor, walls and ceiling and 4 inches of polyurethane foam installed in the front wall for insulation. Read More