What is a good light truck tire?

Answer On One Hand: The recommends all-terrain tires for light trucks because they have good traction, especially in warmer, dryer climates, good tread wear and they ride smooth... Read More »

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Tires That Are Good for Wet Traction for a Light Duty Truck?

The type of terrain on which you'll drive your light-duty truck will determine the type of tire with which it should be equipped. If you keep to roads or highways, all-season tires will most likely... Read More »

Does a light truck or a heavy truck moving with the same momentum require more work to stop?

A light truck and a heavy truck traveling at the same momentum and coming to a stop over the same distance would require the same work to stop. In order for them to be traveling at the same momentu... Read More »

The Brake Light Won't Work With the Tail Light in a 1988 Chevy Truck?

There are several reasons for a brake light not working on a 1988 Chevrolet truck, such as loose connections, a faulty bulb or broken fuses. If the other lights on the tail lamp assembly are functi... Read More »

How Much Air Should You Put Into a Truck Tire?

Truck tires should be inflated to anywhere from 60 psi to 120 psi (pounds per square inch), depending on the size of the tire. Recommended psi is usually imprinted on the tire sidewall. Be sure to ... Read More »