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Improve the Fuel Efficiency of Your Rig

No matter if you are an independent truck driver or you manage a fleet of big rigs, it's essential to manage and maintain your trucks for maximum efficiency. Outside of regular maintenance or unexpected repairs, one of the most changeable expenses of driving a semi-truck is fuel costs. 

Taking steps to increase fuel efficiency helps you drive further without having to raise your fuel budget significantly. Here are some tips for improving your overall mileage per gallon.

Establish Routes With Lighter Traffic

Anytime you can avoid routes with heavy or lots of stop and go traffic, your truck runs more efficiently. If possible, plan your route ahead of time. By doing so, you can arrange to leave at a better time to avoid rush hour traffic in the morning, at noon, and in the evening.

The use of GPS and mapping systems can prove helpful in finding the quickest or shortest driving routes. If live traffic reports are enabled, you have a heads up that delays may be possible as a result o…

Choosing a Building Demolition Contractor

When you watch a planned demolition project, structures seem to topple nearly effortlessly. Despite the ease of which these buildings appear to fall, it takes a considerable amount of preparation and planning to ensure the safe destruction of any structure.

Contact An Experienced Demolition Company

To ensure that your building demolition project goes smoothly, it is always a wise decision to seek the help of an experienced demolition company.

By doing so, you leave all of the intricate details of razing a building or property to specialists who understand the demolition process. To ensure that every detail gets handled correctly, they assess the property to provide a detailed proposal that outlines everything included in the demolition.

Items likely contained in the proposal include the project timeline, expenses, and costs for labor, materials, equipment, permits, and the disposal of potentially hazardous substances.

To avoid misunderstandings, you'll want to be sure that you an…