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Archive for January, 2011

Accessorizing your rig is not just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle-Texas Chrome Shop

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Great tips on accessorizing your custom semi truck by Texas Chrome Shop.


Customizing a vehicle makes it your own and once you discover a great customization that’s functional and also attractive it is an absolute must have. Doing research on semi truck parts helps to see if the item you are purchasing is going to be worth your money. Some truck parts might not be as durable as others and many companies are more than happy to help a customer out when it comes to questions. Here are some tips to think about when buying parts to customize your semi truck.


1) Find pictures of trucks that you like. This helps with looking for accessories and parts for your own truck. If you have no idea what the part is just take it over to a truck shop and ask. If you are buying through an online store like Texas Chrome Shop, you can always scan the image and send it over. The guys will tell you what the part is.


2) Warranty: Make sure the Custom Semi Shop you are doing business with has a good warranty program that will give you peace of mind-You know that you most likely won’t have to write that big check if major failure occurs in your semi truck. You won’t lose your business if that major failure occurs; especially if they invested all your cash putting your truck into operation. You won’t lose valuable downtime if a serious breakdown occurs.


3) Customizing your semi truck adds value to it. You can enter your truck in contests and make some cash and prizes by having a custom semi truck.


Texas Chrome Shop generally has all their items in stock and ready to ship to you. They take great pride in what they do, and offer the best professional customer service possible. Accessorizing your rig is not just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle.



Administration Takes First Step to Reopening Mexican Border

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

The Obama administration last week took the first step toward reinstituting commercial truck traffic between the United States and Mexico, although it said details would not be released for several months.

The Department of Transportation sent Congress a two-page outline that it called “an initial concept document for a long-haul cross-border trucking program that prioritizes safety, while satisfying the United States’ international treaty obligations.”

The administration has been searching for a solution to the border question since March 2009, when Congress halted a pilot program put in place by President George W. Bush after a little over a year, provoking nearly $2 billion in punitive tariffs on U.S. goods by Mexico.

DOT said in its statement that the document “is a starting point for renewed negotiations with Mexico” and “addresses concerns” raised by U.S. industry, lawmakers and advocacy groups.

Since the United States shut down the pilot program, Mexico has imposed tariffs on U.S. exports ranging from frozen processed potatoes, yarn and peanuts to pork products, ketchup and cheeses (8-23, p. 1).

A spokesman for the Mexican Embassy in Washington made no mention of the tariffs, saying only that his government “will carefully evaluate the U.S. proposal to try to constructively move forward with the administration and the U.S. Congress towards a resolution that allows for a cross-border trucking system that, while operating under clear rules, provides certainty to transport companies, exporters, importers and consumers in North America, as established under NAFTA.”


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