Roof racks add—pardon the pun—loads of space to any vehicle. But they all come with one major difficulty: loading and unloading them. Whether you have bikes, a kayak, or a roof-top tent, you know you’ll be straining your body to hoist stuff onto the roof. There must be another option that allows more comfortable operation... Read More.
When buying a vehicle from a dealership most buyers will find themselves in the business or finance office before their deal is complete. This is part of the normal process at dealerships. You will agree on price and any conditions with your sales person and then meet with the business manager. This step of the... Read More.
By Lori Straus Most roof racks require a roof with somewhat standard dimensions, i.e., a rectangular, relatively flat surface that runs perpendicular to the ground. But what if you have a sports car or some other unique car whose roof doesn’t follow conventional design? That’s where the Sea Sucker comes in: it’s a roof rack... Read More.
Before you start shopping for a bike rack for your vehicle, really think about how you’re going to use it. Do you want a bike rack you can easily install and uninstall to help you with city commuting? Or will you need one that keeps your trunk available for long road trips?... Read More.