Take a look at why the BEDSLIDE has a rake at the end of it. BEDSLIDE demonstration. BEDSLIDE with a load.
Sunday, July 30, 2017
Friday, July 28, 2017
YES! Even though Nissan is an international company, Nissan trucks are in built right here in the USA. In fact, both the Nissan Titan and the Nissan Frontier rank in the top 5 on the “most American trucks” list, above the Chevy Silverado and the GMC Sierra. When you buy a new Nissan Titan, you’re also buying American.
Where are Nissan trucks built?
The new Nissan Titan isn’t just built in America – it was designed here too. The Titan was designed in California, engineered in Michigan, and tested in the Arizona desert. Like many other Nissans, it’s assembled at the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi. Although the transmission is sourced from Japan, both of the 2016 Nissan Titan’s powerful engines are also 100% American-built. The diesel engine is made in Columbus, Indiana, while the gasoline engine is made in Tennessee. Over half of the Nissan Titan’s other parts are also sourced from the US and Canada.
Like the Nissan Titan, the majority of the Nissan Frontier’s parts are from the United States and Canada. The transmission and some of the engines are Japanese, but the Nissan Frontier is also American-built in Canton, Mississippi.
Learn more at: http://www.campbellnissancommercial.com/
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Monday, July 24, 2017
The Second Generation
Tommy Gate's G2 Series is the latest in parallel-arm technology. Dual hydraulic cylinders apply direct power to both sides of the platform for increased consistency in motion and stability. With reduced maintenance requirements, wide variety of platform options, and vast hitch compatibility, G2 Series hydraulic lifts are a strong, versatile lift that are convenient, efficient, and make trucks work better.
Dual hydraulic cylinders
Fully-enclosed hydraulic system
Learn more at: http://www.tommygate.com/liftgates/pickup/g2-series
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Here is a sneak peek of the heritage and hard work that went into creating the all-new Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel that will deliver all 555 lb-ft of torque to the 2016 Nissan TITAN XD. For more on the 5.0L V8, visit http://cumminsengines.com/5L-v8-turbo....
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Michael with Campbell Nissan shows the great benefits to the driver or operator of the Nissan NVP 12 passenger van. Great for your driver to keep things comfortable and secure. See more at http://www.campbellnissancommercial.com
Sunday, July 16, 2017
Michael with Campbell Nissan shows off the great 12 passenger Nissan NVP with leather. Great for a limousine companies, hotels or even a corporate shuttle. See more at http://www.campbellnissancommercial.com
Friday, July 14, 2017
Wednesday, July 12, 2017
MIchael with Campbell Nissan goes over the great space and features of the NIssan NV 2500 high roof van. See more at http://www.campbellnissancommercial.com
Monday, July 10, 2017
Saturday, July 8, 2017
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Michael with Campbell Nissan shows off the 2017 Nissan high roof NV2500 V6. See more at http://www.campbellnissancommercial.com
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
The Leopard Package by Highway Products consists of Leopard Gullwing Toolbox, Leopard Headache Rack, Full Length Bed Rails, Light Kit, all install instruction's and mounting hardware.
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Sunday, July 2, 2017
- All new cars will include backup cameras by May 2018
- Backup cameras designed to prevent potentially deadly backover accidents
- Addition of cameras likely to add $40 to $140 to the price of a new car
All new cars must include a backup camera by May 2018. That's the latest from the federal government's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which recently announced the finalized regulation on backup cameras after years of back-and-forth.
According to NHTSA, standard backup cameras will go a long way toward preventing injury and death, especially among children. Roughly 200 people are killed each year and another 14,000 are injured in so-called backover accidents, when drivers reverse over another person without noticing him or her. The vast majority of the victims are children, largely because their small size makes them hard to see from the driver's seat.
Regulations for better rearward visibility have been under consideration for years. In 2007, Congress signed the Cameron Gulbransen Kids Transportation Safety Act into law, requiring NHTSA to set rear-visibility standards by 2011, but the agency delayed creating the standards for various reasons, in part because of governmental resistance and in part because the organization wanted to make sure that a precise rule could be written.
Now that the rule is written, it mandates that all vehicles under 10,000 pounds include a backup camera by May 2018. It also says that cameras must show a 10-foot-by-20-foot zone behind the vehicle, which most modern backup cameras will have no trouble complying with.
Interestingly, backup cameras were beginning to reach widespread acceptance even without NHTSA's mandate. According to the agency, they're included on around half of all new cars sold today, and data suggests that nearly three-quarters of vehicles will have them by 2018, even with no requirement.
Despite the increasing popularity of cameras, NHTSA says that the mandate will add to the cost of building cars, and that higher cost will likely be passed on to consumers. The agency estimates that its mandate will add around $40 to the price of new vehicles that already include a center display and around $140 to the price of cars that don't. Nonetheless, many believe that this amount is a small price to pay considering the potential benefits that should come from standard backup cameras.
What it means to you: Although NHTSA's mandate doesn't go into effect until 2018, expect many newly released or redesigned cars to add backup cameras earlier than that. Source