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If you’re a fan of cars and trucks, pull into The Pit Stop blog for all-things auto! From car DIYs, to model reviews, to tips and tricks, The Pit Stop auto blog will fill your tank with good reads.

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The Three Best Family Vehicles For You and Yours

by The Pit Boss

The best vehicles for families can be found anywhere, but some are better than others.

They say the hardest job in the world is being a parent, and I couldn’t agree more. Heck, I don’t even know how my parents put up with my shenanigans and made it out unscathed. Every family needs family-friendly transportation, and there are several options to choose from.

 

Articles, Motorcycles, ATV and Off-Road, The Pit Stop, Cars, Trucks

Black Friday Deals, Bonus Cash, and Prizes from RumbleOn!

by The Pit Boss

Oh boy, RumbleOn's Black Friday Road Trip Giveaway ended on December 6, 2019. Follow us on social media to keep up with the latest promotions and offers, and don't miss out on the next one!

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What's the Difference Between a V-6 and V-8 Engine?

by The Pit Boss

What’s The Difference Between a V6 and a V8 engine?

There’s nothing like having a choice, and trying to decide between whether you need a V6 or a V8 can be an exciting and confusing one. While the difference between V6 and V8 engine cars can get really technical, the decision regarding which is the best for you is a personal one. Let’s break down the difference between V6 and V8.

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Model Overview: 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2016 Chevy Tahoe

Chevrolet Tahoe reviews for the 2016 model show that the full-size truck-based SUV can drive everyone, and everywhere, you need to in comfort.

Articles, The Pit Stop, Trucks

What Are the Best Resale Value Trucks On the Market?

by Wes

Looking for the best resale-value trucks? 

There are lots of drivers who buy a new truck only to sell it a year or two later, but the mistake that people often make is purchasing a truck that has little resale value. Nothing hurts worse than your wallet taking a hit. You don’t want to end up in this situation, especially when you spent a lot to buy a truck you’re intending on selling in the first place.

As someone who constantly thinks in future terms, I'm here to tell you it’s imperative to do your research and find the trucks that have the best resale value in the market.

Which trucks might those be, you ask? 

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