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Will insurance cover a lifted truck?

How Does Lifting a Truck Affect Insurance Coverage?

Getting your truck lifted is a rite of passage for many truck owners. Everyone remembers the first truck they got lifted. Even if you didn’t really like that truck, you’ll remember it for a long time. One of the things most people don’t think about when they lift their trucks is how it will affect insurance.

Will it just jack the cost up? Are there stipulations of lift height like there are for warranties? Will insurance even cover a lifted truck?

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2020 Gladiator

Should I get a 2WD or 4WD truck?

RWD Trucks vs 4×4 Trucks: Which Should You Get?

We all love our trucks. But we love them for different reasons. Those reasons range from their performance specs and towing capacities to the size of the cabin and how cool it looks. One thing that doesn’t always get discussed, though, is drivetrain. For most people, this is a no-brainer. It’s obviously…

Which did you just think? RWD? 4×4? Which one is it?

Today, we’ll take a look at the pros and cons of both drivetrains and help you decide if you should get a 2WD or 4WD truck.

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2020 Jeep Wrangler

What is the Sky One-Touch Power Top on a Jeep Wrangler?

2020 Wrangler Retractable Top Video Showcase

Auto manufacturers really like giving features on their vehicles vague names. Things like eTorque, Rear Cross-Path Detection, and SiriusXM Guardian are just a few. But when it comes to a Wrangler, one of the main attractions is the removeable roof, be that hard-top or canvas. So, when you see Sky One-Touch Power Top, what does that mean?

What is the Sky One-Touch Power Top on the 2020 Jeep Wrangler?

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A Ram Truck off road

Will lifting my truck void my warranty?

Lifting Your Truck: Does it Void the Warranty?

There’s nothing quite like taking a lifted truck out mudding or overland. And if you’re serious about either activity, a lift kit is almost required. Trying to do serious off-roading without one installed is a recipe for disaster. But there are risks that come with lifting a truck, like structural integrity. Generally, things that could hurt your vehicle could also void its warranty.

So, will lifting my truck void my warranty?

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