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Old 12-04-2018, 05:35 PM
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Default Winter is Coming

Here are five essential truck driving tips for winter.

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Old 01-07-2019, 09:20 AM
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Taking care of your truck is not enough for winter also improve your health by eating healthy and also take enough sleep for which you can use CPAP,
I've utilized the CPAP channels in the truck. I also used soclean cleaner for it found on https://sortedforyou.com/best-cpap-cleaner In any case, with all the soil and residue in the truck they stopped up brisk and didn't work excessively well.

For hypersensitivity season I've discovered nasal water system to help me a great deal. It's sort of cleaning your body's common channel - your nose.

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Old 01-09-2019, 04:38 AM
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Taking care of your truck is not enough for winter also improve your health by eating healthy and also take enough sleep for which you can use CPAP,
I've utilized the CPAP channels in the truck. I also used soclean cleaner for it found on https://sortedforyou.com/best-cpap-cleaner In any case, with all the soil and residue in the truck they stopped up brisk and didn't work excessively well.

For hypersensitivity season I've discovered nasal water system to help me a great deal. It's sort of cleaning your body's common channel - your nose.
thanks for additional tips
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Old 01-09-2019, 02:28 PM
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1) Carrying WATER as in One Gallon Jugs (preferably with screw on caps) under the Bunk/other storage area).

2) Having FOOD under the Bunk as well in a Fridge (for those of you that have a Fridge [unless using a plug-in or daily Ice replacement Cooler]). Also have Canned Foods and snack bits because there are usually no stores/restaurants available when traffic stops due to the usual circumstances; unusual Weather, other vehicle experiments, pedestrians, animals, equipment failure.

3) ALWAYS KEEP EXTRA (1 or 2 gallons of) ENGINE FLUIDS: Coolant & Oil.

4) Have Tools.
Remember: Better To Have it and Not Need It Than To Not Have It.

5) EXTRA CLOTHING (Thermals, Insulated Jackets, Socks, Gloves, Headwear) as it's NOT always warm in deserts or because the Sun is shining.

Proper Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance.

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