Life on the road isn’t easy, for you or for your truck, but no matter what the road throws at you, you have to keep the wheels turning if you want to make a living. And when something goes wrong, you don’t have time to spend waiting around to have it put right, not to mention you don’t have money to waste while someone tries to guess what the problem is.
There’s no other way to say it. When you make your living on the road, your truck takes a beating, no matter how you might try to baby it. No, it’s not obvious right away, but over time those components that carry you to all points on the map are subject to stresses you can only imagine.
You’ve driven enough miles over these Arkansas highways to know that shake, rattle, and roll isn’t just an old Jerry Lee Lewis tune from a long ago Hit Parade show. No, it’s a 12-hour-a-day ordeal for you and your truck, with the pavement pounding you from here to Heaven and back. By the end of the day you’ve got more jiggles than a five-gallon bucket of jello.