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  • 2). Looking After Your Cars Tires  By : Ian Walsh
    A piece of advice that I've always taken to heart when looking after a car was 'always look after your breaks and tires'. Sound advice as these are obviously two of the most important pieces of safety equipment on any vehicle, and are relatively inexpensive to care for. To ensure that your tires are always in tip-top condition I suggest you check your tire pressure regularly.
    Article Related to: mastercraft, tires, information, tire, safety

  • 5). A Diy Guide On Woodworking Jigs  By : Ken Morris
    Woodworking jigs are a necessary part of any woodworking shop. They are great for repetitive tasks in many wood working projects. They make complex projects easier to manage and faster. You can purchase pre made jigs or make your own. Although they are inexpensive, making your own from scrap wood is even cheaper. Depending on the type of projects you like to do, you will need a variety of different jigs.
    Article Related to: jig, diy, home improvement, safety, power tool, machinery

  • 18). GPS Tracking for Man's Best Friend  By : Faye Spencer
    To say that our pets are our best friends is an understatement. There are many people in this world who see their pets as life long companions, and even an integral of their family. How would you feel if your pet has run away, or perhaps has gotten lost somewhere outdoors? It would make your heart beat fast, palms sweaty and extremely anxious wouldnít it? After all there is not another pooch or kitty that can ever replace the special personality that your pet has.
    Article Related to: gps, pets, tracking, security, safety, dogs, cats, animals, global positioning systems

  • 25). How Safe Are Your Truck Batteries  By : MITCHELL HAMPSON
    Truck batteries are a type of lead-acid battery which powers not just trucks but the majority of automotive equipment such as cars, wheelchairs, tractors, and motorcycles. These type of batteries are shaped similar to a rectangle and have sulfuric acid in them which if exposed to the skin burns it on contact.
    Article Related to: safety, cars, trucks, speeding, gas, sat nav


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