Trickle Charger Vs. Battery Tender: Which One Works Best For Your Vehicle?

Posted on: 24 May 2016
One of the downsides of keeping your car in storage for weeks or months at a time is coming back to a dead battery. It's not unusual for a car battery to slowly but surely discharge itself due to natural self-discharging as well as parasitic power drains caused by your car's electronics. A trickle charger or a battery tender can be useful for keeping your car's battery charged. The following explains how both devices work and which one works best for your needs.
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4 Safety Items Your Teen Motocross Enthusiast Needs

Posted on: 19 May 2016
If your teenager has recently added motocross to their list of interests, you may have concerns about their safety. The truth is, motocross can be quite safe as long as your teen is taught how to ride their bike by an expert and has appropriate safety gear. If you want to help support their interest in motocross while also helping to ensure their safety, make sure they have these four important safety items:
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Buying A Used Motorcycle? Tips For Inspecting It

Posted on: 18 May 2016
Buying used can save you a lot of money if the motorcycle is in good condition. For this reason, you need to make sure you know how to inspect it before you buy it. Below are some tips you should follow so you will end up with a motorcycle that will last you for a long time. Inspect the Chain Look at the motorcycle chain closely for any corrosion, such as rust spots.
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