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  • Get up to a $1000 Reimbursement for your Wheelchair Loading Ramps or Wheelchair Lift

    Feb 27, 14 • Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Get up to a $1000 Reimbursement for your Wheelchair Loading Ramps or Wheelchair Lift

    Up to $1,000 rebate is available to help pay for the cost of wheelchair loading ramps and lifts from these excellent mobility programs. DiscountRamps.Com wheelchair/scooter ramps and lifts are eligible for reimbursement under the terms of the various mobility programs offered by GM, Saturn, Ford, and Chrysler, Volkswagen, Toyota and Texas state. There is also [&hellip...

  • Holiday Gift Guide for Motorcycle Enthusiasts

    Dec 16, 13 • Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Holiday Gift Guide for Motorcycle Enthusiasts

    Have someone on your list who rides, maintains and repairs a motorcycle? Check out our motorcycle enthusiasts’ Christmas Gift Gallery for some gift-giving inspiration to fit your price range and — bonus — that they’ll actually use. How’s that for a concept! Holiday Gift Guide 2013 for Motorcycles Motorcycle tank bag  Hit the road with [&hellip...

  • Will My Dog Go Up a Dog Ramp?

    Nov 26, 13 • Featured, Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Will My Dog Go Up a Dog Ramp?

    As dogs age, it’s not uncommon for them to develop hip or leg issues that make getting in and out of a vehicle difficult and painful. It’s easy to continue to view your companion as he always was, young and energetic, forgetting that physical capabilities decline for our canine friends, just as they do for [&hellip...

  • Hunting and ATVs: Pros and Cons

    Nov 19, 13 • Featured, Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Hunting and ATVs: Pros and Cons

    Deer hunting has already started in many parts of the country or is about to kick off everywhere else, and an ATV can be a useful tool to help make it a successful season. While there are lots of reasons to use an ATV in your hunt, there appear to be just as many arguments [&hellip...

  • Do I Need to Use a Motorcycle Wheel Chock?

    Oct 29, 13 • Featured, Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Do I Need to Use a Motorcycle Wheel Chock?

    Several online discussion forums recently popped up in our searches that asked whether it is necessary to use a wheel chock when transporting a motorcycle. The correct answer is (of course) a resounding, Yes! The question came across each forum remarkably similar. In each instance, some guy was moving out-of-state and had never trailered his [&hellip...

  • Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Bungees Instead of Tie Down Straps

    Oct 16, 13 • Featured, Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Five Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Bungees Instead of Tie Down Straps

    Bungee cords and tie downs are not the same thing! Using a bungee when you need a tie down strap is a risky scheme at best, and really, just asking for disaster to strike. Do you know why? 1. You don’t know the exact strength of a bungee cord. Most bungee cords do not come [&hellip...

  • Deer Hunting Traditions

    Sep 20, 13 • Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Deer Hunting Traditions

    Deer hunting is an institution in Wisconsin. Everyone hunts here. I grew up around it, and it’s always been a part of what happens in the fall. Blaze orange and camouflage are part of every wardrobe, and everyone knows someone who knows someone with a cabin up north. It starts out quietly with bow season [&hellip...

  • Taking Cover for Winter

    Sep 13, 13 • Featured, Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Taking Cover for Winter

    No, summer isn’t over; there’s plenty of time left. But with Labor Day having come and gone and the kids getting back to school, you know winter is on its way. And with the onset of the colder weather comes a huge laundry list of “season end” chores that need to be addressed before the [&hellip...

  • Long-Reaching Arms of Harley’s 110th

    Aug 30, 13 • Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Long-Reaching Arms of Harley’s 110th

    You can hear the rumblings off in the distance at any given moment these last couple days, no matter where you are. Seriously, it’s almost nonstop. But in a good way. It’s the unmistakable sound of motorcycles rolling through town for the Harley-Davidson 110th anniversary celebration, and you see them in packs or solo, but [&hellip...

  • Happy Anniversary, ADA!

    Jul 26, 13 • Guides & ArticlesNo Comments
    Happy Anniversary, ADA!

    An unexpected meeting I only met Brad once, but the meeting, and he, left a lasting impression.  I was at the gym in the middle of my workout, minding my own business. I saw him coming toward me down the hallway, accompanied by one of the personal trainers, along with a third person, a young [&hellip...