Is It Wise to Buy a Semi-Truck with an Overhauled Engine?

The life of a class-8 semi truck is often a long-lived one; most trucks rack up 100,000 miles per year, and it's not uncommon to see trucks with over a million miles on the odometer. But those countless miles spent on the open road can take a toll on a truck's engine, even if it's built to be far more robust than the engines typically found in ordinary passenger vehicles. [Read More]