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The Difference Between a TuCar enthusiasts often speak of turbochargers and superchargers in the same breath. Both fit the criteria of forced induction systems, which compress the air within the fuel/air mixture prior to ignition. This can offer up to a 50% boost to the engine.

Turbochargers and superchargers operate very differently, though. In this post, we'll highlight the difference between turbochargers and superchargers.


The key difference between turbochargers and superchargers lies in the way the air compression components are powered. A turbocharger gets its power from a turbine, harvesting energy from the engine's exhaust system.

AWD 4WDIf you've shopped for a car or truck in the last decade, you've probably heard the terms "all-wheel-drive" and "four-wheel-drive" used quite often. Common sense would suggest that the two terms are identical. After all, a car only has four wheels, so why wouldn't this be considered all-wheel drive (AWD)?

In this post, we'll clear up the confusion by highlighting the differences between four-wheel drive (4WD) and AWD vehicles.

What is AWD?

In an AWD vehicle, engine power is sent to all four wheels at the same time. As a result, each wheel can rotate at its own speed, which can offer better efficiency and control depending on road conditions. In inclement weather, AWD can help to ensure that tires continue to turn properly, aiding acceleration on slick surfaces.

Many of today's AWD systems can shuffle torque between front and rear wheels and can even switch to two-wheel drive when appropriate. This can result in better overall performance, as well as increased fuel economy.

Getting Your CDLFor all of the recent advances in technology, the traditional trucking industry continues to flourish. If anything, online shopping has only increased the demand for truck drivers to deliver materials and goods across the nation.

If you enjoy driving and are looking for a stable career, you might want to consider becoming a professional truck driver. To do this, you'll need a commercial driver's license (CDL). In this post, we'll highlight the steps and criteria that are necessary to obtain a CDL.

1. Age Requirements

You will need to be at least 18 years of age to obtain a CDL. Further, you must be at least 21 years old before you're allowed to drive between states using a CDL.

Vehicle Warranties for WheeMost car dealers and manufacturers offer warranty and service options on their vehicles. If you purchase a wheelchair accessible vehicle, though, you may have components and mechanisms that require additional care. What sorts of vehicle warranties are available for wheelchair accessible vehicles?

The Unique Components of a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle

Some wheelchair accessible vehicles are specifically built for wheelchair access. Other vehicles have been converted from regular vehicles and made to be wheelchair accessible. In both cases, there may be several unique structural and mechanical components, including:

Vehicle Warranties for CommMost car owners are already familiar with vehicle warranties for their car or truck. While these warranties apply primarily to personal-use vehicles, warranties are also available for commercial-use vehicles. What are the differences between personal and commercial vehicle warranties?

Who Needs a Commercial Vehicle Warranty?

If you use a car or truck as part of your business, it should already be classified as a commercial-use vehicle. This is especially true if this vehicle is driven by any of your employees. If an employee uses their personal vehicle to serve your business, it's wise to upgrade them to a commercial vehicle insurance policy. Otherwise, if that employee causes an accident that results in an injury or the damage of property, under the law, you (as the relevant employer) may be held liable.