Great thing about a Ram? It’s a truck, and trucks actually happen to be awesome vehicles for camping. For campers that like to bring everything with them including the kitchen sink, a bed lid creates tons of covered cargo room for everything they would possibly need. Want your campsite to to have fun and comfortable sleeping quarters? There’s tons of tents out there designed to fit right in the bed of your truck and provide you with elevated sleeping, so no need to worry about a muddy ground.
So if you’re the camping type and are looking to go on a camping adventure with your truck, check out these three awesome camping spots located in Florida. Pack up the Ram and take a drive to any of them, you won’t regret it.
T.H. Stone Memorial St Joseph Peninsula State Park
From Miami Lakes: 600 miles, about 9 hours
The T.H. Stone Memorial St. Joseph Peninsula State Park is located on the white sand beaches of Florida’s Gulf Coast. It is located in the Florida Panhandle directly across from the small coastal town of Port St Joseph. In addition to camping, park visitors can enjoy the 9.5 miles of white sand beaches, nature trails for hiking, fishing, snorkeling, swimming, and kayaking. A basic campsite is $24.00 per night, or a cabin is $100 per night.
Juniper Springs: Ocala National Forest
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As much as everyone loves brand new cars, sometimes for financial reasons it just isn’t possible. This post will explore the top five most reliable car brands. These are the best cars to buy used, because you know they will last you a while, even if the car already have 75,000 miles on it.
Ram Trucks and Cummins Engines: Ram is a well-known and trusted brand in the truck world. Not only are Ram trucks “Ram Tough,” but their vehicles are available with Cummins engines, which are known for durability and endurance. In fact, Cummins engines are so durable, there is a Cummins million mile engine club. 90 vehicles with Cummins engines to-date have over one million miles recorded. The highest record of miles put on this engine is 3,016,789 miles.
Toyota: The average Toyota can last about 210,740 miles. Wow! That is impressive. Toyota vehicles are known for being dependable vehicles that last for many, many miles.
Honda: Honda cars can typically last about 209,001 miles before they need a lot of repairs or new parts. Both the Honda Civic and the Honda Accord have great fuel economy, and have great safety ratings, which makes them great family cars. Read the rest of this entry
Pokémon GO has been out for a little over a week, and the whole world has fallen under an epidemic. People of all ages … are walking! The streets are flooded with hyped up players in search of Pokemon. So much so the sidewalks are almost unsafe for non-Pokemon playing pedestrians. So get your Pokéballs ready, because it’s crazy out there.
One day in the near future however, people will return to their cars and start driving again. As a passenger, we can still play Pokémon GO while in the car, but it’s highly advised not to do so while the driver. Actually the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) put out a reminder that people should not play and drive. Plus, you can’t speed up the hatching of Pokémon eggs via car. Trust us, we know some people who tried.
However, all this Pokémon talk got us thinking. “What kind of car would a Pokémon drive?” Well, we thought, like people, Pokémon would pick a car that “speaks to them” as it were. What features would they like? Would they go by purely aesthetics? We thought about this, and decided to base our choices around the four starter Pokémon (yes four): Charmander, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Pikachu.
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From a speculative article published by allpar.com — we see that the future 2018 Ram 1500 is definitely a truck to watch out for. If your truck lease is ending or if you will need a new truck in the next few years, read up on the features a 2018 Ram 1500 could include.
Changes to the 2018 Ram 1500 include interior, exterior, engine, and technology upgrades and basically, the 2018 truck will be bigger and badder than ever. Below are a couple of the highlights from some research we have done online.
The 1500 has three updated engine options, the EcoDiesel, Pentastar, and 5.7-liter “Apache” Hemi. According to allpar.com, the truck’s engine horsepower could reach as high as 400-horsepower for the Hemi engine and up to 300-horsepower for the Pentastar engine. Ram trucks are already known for having reliable engines and with this news, they might be even more trusted and loved after the release of the 2018 models. Another bonus, more powerful engines are likely to improve towing capacity. Read the rest of this entry
Introducing the limited-edition 2016 Ram Stinger Yellow 1500 Sport
The Ram 1500 Stinger Yellow Sport is is Ram’s second yellow special-edition car introduced in 2016, however, the first special-edition truck color, ‘Yellow Rose of Texas” is only available for purchase in Texas. The Yellow Stinger is modeled from the Rumble Bee, which was a Ram truck inspired by the Dodge Super Bee, a special trim that was seen exclusively on Dodge muscle cars from the past.
The Ram 1500 Yellow Stinger is only offered as a crew cab, but it is available as a 4X2 or 4X4. The brightly colored special-edition Ram 1500 is powered by a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that produces 395 horsepower.Each Stinger Yellow Sport is equipped with an 8.4 inch UConnect screen, and dark black leather upholstery with yellow accents. Read the rest of this entry