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Understanding Recreational Programs

When it comes to enjoying your free time, I have never been an expert. I have always found it hard to keep up with different ways to enjoy my time away from work, but about a year ago I realized that there were a lot of resources close to home that I could take advantage of. It was incredible to see how much my local recreation center offered, along with how many motor sports businesses were in close proximity to my home. This blog is all about understanding recreational programs, signing up for the best ones, and saving a lot of time and money along the way.


2 Ways to Get Your Classic Car to Auto Shows

When you have spent a lot of time, energy, and effort on restoring a classic car to its original pristine condition, you want other people to appreciate all that hard work and effort that you put into it. One way that you can do that is to take your car to various shows. At the shows, you can just show off your work or you can enter it so that it can be judged. Getting your car to those shows can be problematic, but there are various ways that you can do it. 


One way you can do it is to drive your car to various shows. That can be a really good option if the show is in your town or in your area, someplace you can get your car easily. You likely don't want to drive your car a long way because you don't want to run the risk of it getting damaged while you are out on the road, and the more you are driving, the more likely that is to happen. When you add in the fact that you might not want to add more miles to the engine or to the car in general, driving long distances to the shows may not be anything you really want to do. Luckily, there are other options that you can use. 


Another way that you can get your car from your house to the show is to use a trailer. There are a number of styles of trailers that you can use. One of those is a triple-axle tilt trailer. This kind of trailer has a pivot point on it, and when that pivot is unlocked, the back of the trailer will tilt down and touch the ground. That would make it very easy for you to drive your car onto or off of the trailer. You wouldn't have to worry about making sure that there is a ramp, because it's already part of the trailer. The trailers come in different sizes, so you should have no problem finding one that your car can fit on. Once you get the trailer hooked up to a tow vehicle and your car on the trailer, you can put some kind of cover on it so that your car will be protected from whatever may happen on the road. 

Classic cars can be really expensive, especially if you are counting all the labor you've put into restoring it. If you want to show it off, you need to have a way to get your car to various shows.