When you travel across the Colorado mountains, you need a powerful vehicle to take your things. Naturally, a pickup truck is the perfect fit. Rather than drive a large, bulky RV to your campground, look for the best pickup truck to tow an RV. The trucks on this list are strong and durable for any on- or off-road conditions, so keep these in mind before your next camping trip.
Among car and truck enthusiasts, there's an ongoing debate over gasoline and diesel engines. For years, the gasoline engine was viewed as superior to the diesel, but that attitude is changing. Once only the domain of trains, semis, farm equipment, and heavy-duty pickup trucks, diesel engines are having a renaissance in the 21st century. Environmental concerns are one of the driving factors of this, unbelievable as it sounds. Diesel engines burn cleaner and more efficiently than gasoline engines.
Throughout the diesel engine's rich history, it was always the domain of semis and light-duty pickup trucks, but American consumers are giving it another look. This is because manufacturers--such as Chevy and Nissan--are starting to use them in passenger cars. Additionally, consumers see diesel as a way to get better mileage without buying a hybrid. So, which is better--a gas or diesel motor? The answer depends on what you want the motor to do, and there are pros and cons to both.
Summer is gone, and winter is almost here. For diesel owners and operators, that means doing everything possible to keep the engine warm and protecting it from freezing up. Diesel engines have a lot of advantages over gasoline engines, but staring cold in the winter isn't one of them. You never want to get in your vehicle just to find out it froze up and won't start. You provide some tips on how to keep a diesel engine warm in winter so that you can keep moving.
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