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14 Tips for Preparing for Motorcycle Season

By Guest Contributor   June 10, 2013

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The sun is out, the birds are singing and the open road beckons. You’ve been waiting all winter to take your motorcycle out for the first ride of the year, and the time has finally come. But wait—not so fast. Even if you winterized your motorcycle for off-season storage, you’ll want to check out this 14-point checklist before you take to the open road.

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Storing B.O.A.T.S. (Based On A True Storage) For Winter, Especially Kayaks & Canoes

By Zachary Chetchavat   November 14, 2012

If you own a boat, congratulations! Whether it is a canoe, kayak or pontoon, you are the owner of a small personal watercraft, and therefore awesome. Ignore the jeers from those who own fishing boats and yachts, because your small person-powered watercraft is better for you and the environment. Unfortunately, at press time, temperatures have dropped significantly and things are beginning to get icy out there at sea (or lake/river). You can’t be boating all year round, so here is some handy advice on how to store your shiny little boat.

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9 Hip Tips For Car Shipping

By Guest Contributor   July 9, 2012

by Collin Bass

Having a professional auto carrier ship your car or truck is a convenient and reliable way to move it across the country. You might take advantage of the service when you’re relocating, moving a vehicle out of car storage, or buying a vehicle from a distance. Here are uShip’s top tips for getting a great deal and ensuring your vehicle is shipped quickly and safely.

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Storing A Boat

By Tony Emerson   April 12, 2011

The long-term storage of a boat, much like that of a car or motorcycle, can be a time-staking process. Whether you’re storing a fishing boat, sailboat, ski boat or even a yacht, the more work you put into storing a boat, the easier it will be to de-winterize and get back on the water. If you don’t have the time or mechanical skills to winterize and otherwise prepare your boat for long-term storage,  paying a boatyard to perform the labor is an additional cost of owning a boat.

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