The Three Different Modes Of Transport

Posted by on July 12, 2012 | No Comments

There are three different Modes of Transport. The difference in each is the form of power. The first and the most obvious is people using their own power. This can mean walking, running or cycling. Then there are two forms of motorized transport. Machines powered by electricity and those powered by internal combustion engines. Each has their advantages as well as an environmental and economic impact, which have to be taken into consideration.

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Considering Different Modes Of Transport

Posted by on July 12, 2012 | No Comments

According to the US Census Bureau 61% of Americans can drive. That puts a lot of vehicles onto the road each year. It’s no wonder than the last 50 years, annual mileage has tripled from 587 million miles to over 1.6 billion. Considering other modes of transport is therefore sensible and increasingly necessary.

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What Are 10 Items That You Must Have On Your Boat?

Posted by on July 3, 2012 | No Comments

Keep reading to learn the ten handy and helpful reminders as well as mandatory and suggested items that you should keep on your boat. This summer, there is an inland boating season and you can try to get your boat ready for that.

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Boat Docking Techniques Made Easy

Posted by on July 1, 2012 | No Comments

Each year thousands of people start flocking to the waterways to enjoy a day of boating. There are experienced boaters, but there are also first time boaters.

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Five Things You Need To Know When Buying A Boat Trailer

Posted by on June 27, 2012 | No Comments

A boat trailer is more than just something that provides you a means to transport your boat around. The main purpose, of course, would be to store the boat conveniently, but it can also allow you to go on the road and see new places. Good trailers must perform both duties equally as good.

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How To Prepare Your Boat For A Hurricane

Posted by on June 20, 2012 | No Comments

When it comes to what must be done by boat owners in case there’s a hurricane approaching, every marina has different rules. In the wake of Katrina and Wilma, states are beginning to pass laws requiring boat owners to prepare their boats in certain ways. In case of a hurricane, how can boat owners protect their boats and themselves?

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Finding The Perfect Used Boat

Posted by on June 16, 2012 | No Comments

Choosing the right boat is more than just locating one for sale. What it’s all about is knowing what’s important to you. What you need to do is decide if your boat will be used for cruising, fishing, or for your own private use. You should also consider your families wishes and feelings, since buying a boat for your own personal needs without consulting your family will probably lead to disappointing experiences or less time spent on the water.

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Boat Docking Techniques Made Easy

Posted by on June 9, 2012 | No Comments

Each year, the waterways are flocked by thousands of people wanting to enjoy a day of boating. While many are experienced boaters, there are plenty of first time boaters hitting the water (and the docks).

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Steps In Winterize Outboard Motor Maintenance

Posted by on May 8, 2012 | No Comments

As a boat owner, you should have an annual ritual noted on your calendar as a ‘winterize outboard motor’ memo. This critical maintenance will prolong the life of your engine and be sure you might be ready for the reopening of boating season.

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Getting injured while at aboard a ship may sound like a rare event, it isn’t

Posted by on March 3, 2012 | No Comments

It is well known that Californians are a country of out of doors lovers and there is nothing more delightful than sailing. The state has over 900,000 registered vessels and as a result accident do happen. In fact the most recent figures for boating related accidents in California Make it clear that in 2010 there were over 4500 reported incidents that led to seven hundred deaths and 3200 grave injuries.

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