Sal Falco

Sal Falco

Trucks and cars have been my passion since I was very little. My mother states that my very first word was "car." I've worked in the automotive industry for decades in one capacity or another. I think it's great when one can revisit their favorite youthful activities and gain knowledge and insight over time as products evolve making way for new technology. After market add-on items let me have fun with my life's passion.Come on over to www.truckworldaccessories and have some fun browsing for ideas to customize your own vehicle. If you have an idea of your own for a cool add on, I'd love to hear from you.

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Beware Of This When Buying A Used Pickup Truck

Of course a shiny brand new truck is a thrill for any truck lover, but if your wallet can’t deal with a big monthly payment and you still need a pickup for work or just because you want one, use the following tips to prevent getting yourself a lemon or having to sink crazy dollars into the truck right after you buy it because the seller misrepresented the vehicle.

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New Year – New Truck? Top Four Best Pickups

If you are like everyone else, you may have made a resolution last New Years that you didn’t keep, which may have been to take better care of your old pickup. The up side to that is that you may be in the market for a new truck to start the New Year. Here is what the manufacturers are claiming to be the top four choices in brand new pickup trucks for 2017.

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Plowing Snow With Your Pickup Truck

There is no denying that snow season has arrived. If you’re a truck owner with a snow plow, as much as you may dread all the inches of white stuff, you have to admit there is a certain appeal to the flashing strobe lights, the whine of hydraulics and the sound of steel dragging on the pavement. At times it might feel like you are playing with your favorite toy, but there is no mistaking the price and value of that toy, hence you had better know how to use it wisely and make it last. If you are new to plowing or purchasing a plow for the first time, I think you will find my information regarding features and options valuable.

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Keep Your Truck Perking In Cold Weather

The last thing you need or want is for your truck to not cooperate and perform well for you every time you turn over the engine. Even though your pickup may be garaged, it doesn’t like the freezing weather any more than we do. Some parts of the country have mild winter temperatures, but many of us can have extreme or unseasonably colder weather than we normally do which presents challenges for getting to work, school or wherever we need to be. I swear by the motto that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Here are some reasonable precautions and tips on helping your truck survive winter temperatures.

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Are Affordable New Pickup Trucks A Thing Of The Past?

The marketing of new pickup trucks is more seductive to a truck enthusiast like never before. Bold looks and high-tech amenities offer so many desirable temptations, the automotive manufacturers not only offer new buttons to push, they know which buttons of YOURS to push, driving you right to the dealership for that must-have new truck. But prices are really jumping, so is it now as affordable to the average consumer?

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You Did WHAT With Your Pickup Truck?

Whenever you ask a truck owner what they use their pickup for, you will get answers ranging from hauling, to trailer my boat or RV to simply the love of driving a truck. Your grandfather would have a completely different response to that question, as opposed to maybe your young adult son or daughter. The way we use our trucks has vastly changed over the decades. There is yet a new, or not-so-new use of pickups that we truck owners often overlook. Let me shed some light on that for you truck lovers.

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How Much Is Too Much Luxury In A Pickup Truck?

When you consider the pickup being totally a work truck for decades and the evolution of what manufacturers are gearing towards in today’s market, it is astounding. Not everyone uses their pickup for strictly work anymore. Many truck owners are loving being able to drive their pickup and have all the luxury of a sedan at the same time. But how much luxury is too much?

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Preventing Your Pickup From Needing A Truck Doctor

We get annual checkups with our doctor and take care of our body the best way we can by trying to keep our cholesterol numbers low, right? But do you pay the same attention to your trucks’ pipes and engines parts so that they are healthy and running smooth, or do you just change the oil and that’s that? Some of us may need to pay more attention to the things that could clog our truck system the same way our veins and arteries could get so much plaque that our hearts don’t work efficiently, and may fail us.

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Dangers of Pine Sap on Your Pickup Truck Finish

We are approaching that time of year when many folks will be transporting a freshly cut Christmas tree home to decorate for the holidays. Make absolutely sure that you protect your truck bed from the remnants of the tree needles which may have pine pitch on them. It’s best to remove the tree and store it somewhere else, don’t leave it on your truck once you are back home. The longer tree sap is on your truck bed or anywhere on its’ finish, the more involved and laborious removing it will be.

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Make Sure Your New Pickup Has These Crucial Things

Shopping for a new pickup truck? It’s pretty important to include these things that you may tend to overlook when you are anxious to strike a deal and drive away with that new rig. You can always add some after-market toys and dress up your truck to suit your personality, but I am talking about some essentials that you might otherwise think you really don’t need. I am hoping that after you read this article, that you will understand the reason why you should not overlook certain features.

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How To Fix Egg Damage on Your Truck’s Finish

Halloween lets everyone get their fill of candy and trick-or-treating, but also brings out the pranksters who can do damage to your truck.. I often get asked if eggs can damage the finish on a vehicle. The clear cut answer is “absolutely yes!” If your truck was a victim of egging this Halloween, here is what you can do to eliminate costly body work, but you must act fast, because eggs left on your paint finish will leave damage over night.

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Your Truck Bed Cover Is Not Enough

I am frequently looking for new additions for my truck in the line of accessories to improve the functionality of my pickup. I have found that the heaviest concentration first and foremost should be protection of the bed, making the obvious choice a cover. Once you have one in place, you may think that is all you need, but you shouldn’t be kept in the dark about other items you may not have thought of until the need arises and you don’t have them.

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Truck Bed Rails – A Necessity For Your Pickup

One of the best things about being the owner of a pickup truck is having the ability to carry things you wouldn’t be able to fit in your car or SUV, or you wouldn’t want to have the mess or dirt from what you are hauling damage your car upholstery. So if you are an owner who uses his /her truck as a truck, make sure you protect it with bed rails. With the thousands of different types of truck accessories out there for truck beds and cargo purposes, it can be very confusing to know which type of bed rails is best for your truck. I have some suggestions and information that will help you make the best selection for what will serve your purpose the best.

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Tips To Make Sure Your Truck Is Winter Ready

Every truck owner wants to get the maximum life out of their pickup. Some last longer than others, but you can beat the odds by following some very constructive preventative maintenance tips designed to improve the longevity of your truck. Some of the following tips may be obvious and things you do every year, others you may not have thought of and will be very helpful.

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Crash Test Ratings – Where Does Your Truck Rate?

Knowledge is power they say, so I did some research regarding how safe my F-150 pickup was in comparison to other trucks out there. I was shocked to learn that eight out of nine common pickup trucks offer poor leg and foot protection in small-overlap impacts.

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