The 5 Best Car Clubs in America

Classic car enthusiasts are a special breed of individual. They pour their hearts and souls into their automobile, which, similar to themselves, is one of a kind. There’s a certain sense of pride that goes along with having a classic vehicle, and like-minded people have been sharing their hobby with one another for quite some… Read More

Best year of the Ford Mustang

The classic American sports car was designed to combine power with elegance and style. A sleek design coupled with high performance under the hood epitomizes the underlying values that this country was founded on. It’s long been debated which company created the initial sports car, The New York Times says. Some say Chevrolet’s Corvette of… Read More

The 5 Coolest Celebrity-Owned Vehicles

The word “cool” has a subjective meaning, but more often than not, when someone owns a lavish piece of property that most can’t afford, people are impressed. A small population in the U.S. is  fortunate enough to be able to buy nearly anything they want, and for some of those individuals, their collection item of… Read More

Land Ahoy! Australian Boating Websites Partner with uShip

uShip has partnered up with two of the largest boating websites in Australia — and the timing couldn’t be better! Coming into the boating season, Australia is preparing for a great summer on the water. Not to mention, business confidence is at a three-year high and the market for boats is better than ever across… Read More

After the Move: 10 Tips for Unpacking

Moving Day is over–you’re tired, sweaty, spent and possibly even abused but you can’t take a show until you find your soap. WHERE DID YOU PACK THAT SOAP? Don’t let unpacking be the worst part of the move, dragging on and on forever. Get your ish together and get it done. These ten things will… Read More

A Dead-Head’s Commute: Moving Your Taxidermy

If you have purchased taxidermy or had your own hunting trophies mounted, you understand the value in taxidermy–it’s not just a belonging, there are emotional ties to the trophy. Move your taxidermy with care so that as it hangs on your wall or sits on a shelf in your new location–it is just as majestic… Read More

The Vinyl Frontier: How to Move Your Record Collection

Whether you’re moving from your parents’ house, heading off to college, or relocating across the country, moving your sacred vinyl collection is arguably the most painstaking part of your move. Because, let’s face it: family heirlooms don’t hold a candle to your priceless set of hand-curated vinyl records. Pack Your Vinyl Records Well First, snag… Read More

The Breaks: Why Big Rigs Are Called “Semis”

Have you ever wondered why there are so many names for the 18-wheeled tractor-trailers traversing America’s highways? Popular nicknames like big rig, semi, and  18-wheeler are all accurate descriptions of these highway monsters.  The origin of “semi,” one of the most commonly heard slang terms, stems from the actual hitch that holds the tractor and… Read More

Meet Johnny Chavez from Shipping Wars

Meet Johnny Chavez–the newest uShip pro featured in the A&E Real Life series Shipping Wars. Johnny began his life on the road as a young boy riding shotgun with his dad on long hauls. He claims that on his very first day in the rig as a 6-year-old, he knew that driving a truck would be his career… Read More