To a foal, a horse trailer can look like a very scary thing. Don't let their fear prevent you from getting your foal in a horse trailer when you need to, however. These are a few helpful tips that will have you loading and unloading your foal in and out of the horse trailer in no time.
1. Monkey See, Monkey Do
If your foal's mother -- or a favorite member of the herd -- is nearby, consider leading by example.
If you are renting a truck to help you get through a move, then you might be worried that paying for the rental will be expensive. Although costs do vary from company to company and can be expensive, here are a few ways that you can reduce your rental costs. If you follow these tips when renting a truck, you may be surprised by how much more affordable the rental can be.
If you have a vehicle that is capable, such as a pick up truck or SUV, there is a good chance that at some point you will be either asked to haul something on a trailer or will need to haul something on your own. While most of these vehicles are designed to be able to pull a trailer, there will always be questions about how hard this could be on a vehicle.
If you love to do off road mudding but rather do it at night, you have to do things a little differently. You can still have a great time, and it may even be more exciting for you. Below is some information about some lights you should have with you to keep you safe.
LED Light Bars
Because you are off road trucking at night, you need to have lights other than your headlights to stay safe.
If you're sitting at a stop light and someone pulls up next to you and shouts "Hey, you've got a taillight out!" it's likely a simple problem. Once you get home, with a couple of household tools and maybe a trip to the auto parts store, you'll have the problem fixed before you get pulled over and get a ticket. Here is what you'll do to fix that taillight problem.