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When you really think about it, you spend a lot of time in your car, which is why it is so important to focus carefully on creating a beautiful, open space. About three months ago, I realized that I needed to do something to personalize my space, so I started investing a lot of time and energy into making my vehicle more homey. I started going through and retrofitting different things, and it made a big difference. Before I knew it, I was able to see myself in my car's interior decor, and it made me feel more at home on the way to work. Check out this blog for more information.

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Three Things New Owner-Operators Should Consider When Shopping For A Truck

Securing your CDL license is exciting, but it also means you're facing some big decisions. If you've decided to go into business for yourself, you'll have to secure a truck. For many new owner-operators, buying used is the best place to start. However, that doesn't mean that you can't find the features that are the most convenient for you. Here's a look at some of the things to consider when you're evaluating those used semi trucks.

Think About Convenience

When you're looking at the features available in the trucks you're considering, one important thing to consider is the accessibility of power inside the cab. When you spend the majority of your life on the road, you need to have accessible power supplies and resources for cooking in the cab. Otherwise, you'll spend all of your time eating at diners and truck stops, which can be bad for your health. When you can plug in things like slow cookers, microwaves, and electric skillets, you can make meals on the road without having to resort to takeout. Look for built-in conveniences or lots of power supply plugs in the cab when you evaluate the truck. It's important to consider this because those outlets are difficult to add after the fact.

Remember That Upholstery Can Change

Don't dismiss an otherwise perfect rig because you don't like the color of the upholstery. Remember that carpeting is easy to replace, seats can be reupholstered or covered, and other changes can be made to make the cab look like what you've always envisioned. In fact, it doesn't take a whole lot of time if you simply replace the carpeting and invest in covers for the seats. As an alternative, you could work with a reupholsterer to not only change out the carpets and completely recover the seats, but to also replace the headliner and any other fabric trim.

Don't Underestimate Accessibility

One of the things that you may find challenging is keeping all of your paperwork in order when you're on the road. While most trucking companies digitize everything, as an owner-operator, you may spend more time with paper invoices, tracking information, and other records. Look for a truck that's been equipped with compartments for your papers so that your log book, shipping records, and other details are in easy reach. The last thing you want to do is be fumbling for paperwork when you're driving.

To get started on finding the perfect truck, check out dealers like Arrow Truck Sales.