Archive for January 23, 2013

The American Automobile; an American Icon

Written by Car Talk. Posted in Car dealers in nashville, Chevy dealers nashville tn, Gmc dealers in tennessee

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At one time, the American automobile and the word ingenuity were nearly synonymous. What was once the life blood of American industry, and before the days of Nashville Chevrolet dealers and others, automobile production has roots more than one hundred years old. In addition to Ford, whose Model T was named the most influential car of the 20th century, other American men like Ransom Olds (creator of the Oldsmobile car company) helped the car industry thrive. Women have also significantly contributed to improvements in car technology. (The windshield wiper, a carburetor, and an electric engine starter, to name just a few.) Nashville Chevrolet dealers sell new or used examples of this American icon. Needless to say, the automobile has been one of the most influential inventions of all time, and American cities and their surrounding neighborhoods were designed on this premise. Many of the nations parkways, in fact, were designed by urban planners seeking a safe roadway for urbanites to escape to the country for a quick weekend getaway. The purchase of an American automobile at Nashville Chevrolet dealers is an investment that most every person remembers their entire life. New or used, today, cars are one of the most recycled consumer products. Subsequently, new and used dealerships, like chevrolet dealers in nashville tn, are plentiful. Used cars Nashville, a city home to the Grand Ole Opry and music row, include Tennessee Buick, Nashville GMC, and Nashville Chevrolet dealers. Continue.

How Trucking Transportation Got Cooler

Written by Car Talk. Posted in Canada trailer sales, Rentals trailers, Trailers for sales

Refrigerated trailer
A tour de force behind many economies, the commercial truck industry uses the nearly 7 million kilometers of highway roadways in Canada and America each day. Transporting materials from point a to point b across North America is one of the most efficient methods of transporting commercial goods. In fact, in Canada, the top five ranked destinations for the transportation of trucking cargo all lie in the U.S.; New York, Texas, Pennsylvania, California, and Florida. If a company requires cross continental transporting of their cargo, there are many options for procuring commercial trucks and trailer services. Trailer leasing, trailer rentals, the purchase of trailer parts, trailer sales, and trailer maintenance services are all options. When, however, your trailer parts and contents require refrigeration, there are a few caveats (and modern inventions that make things go a little more smoothly). If the products that a company is transporting are temperature sensitive goods, options such as reefer trailers and its accompany trailer parts should be considered. Things have certainly improved; before the advent of trailer parts that accommodated perishable goods, truckers used large van trailers consisting of ice blocks. This antiquated method required truckers to stop every few hundred miles so that they could refresh their ice. Changes in the trucking industry have led to the ecologically sound development of trailer parts, too. Resulting from the Montreal Protocol of 1987, freon was banned from being included on new reefer trailers and trailer parts. This has led to the manufacturing of environmentally conscious trailer parts and refrigerated trailer.