Stowe Pay

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Stowe Pay

Protect Your Cargo Now and Pay Later. The Smart Way!

** No Interest or Fees ** No Applications ** No Credit Check **

Do you need to protect your cargo now, but want to pay later without an interest charge or fees? StowePay, Powered by Splitit provides a smart, easy and interest free payment option to get you the Stowe Cargo Management System you need now. Don’t let payment worries stand in the way. StowePay is the smart way.

StowePay allows you to divide the cost of a Stowe Cargo Management System into six equal monthly payments that are interest free. Each payment is charged to your existing credit card as it becomes due. StowePay doesn’t charge the total purchase amount upfront, which makes it far different than a traditional credit card purchase where the balance would accrue interest until paid off.

StowePay requests authorization from your credit card company, reserving the total purchase amount from your available line of credit. Then, each month, the installment amount is charged, and the deposit reserve is reduced. With StowePay, no application, registration, or credit check is required. All you need is the Visa or MasterCard that is already in your wallet.

To benefit from StowePay, simply choose the StowePay option when checking out, and an installment plan will be set up. The process takes only seconds!

StowePay is the smart way to get the cargo protection you need. Now.

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 If it seems like some people can fix anything, they pretty much can. And although it requires skill, talent, and experience, it’s really not a magic trick. Here’s the secret: It’s all about the equipment.

With the right tools and resources on hand and in your hands, you can handle routine chores like a pro. For more significant projects, having the basic tools on hand can help you make temporary fixes until you can implement more permanent solutions.

So what do you need to work like a pro?

It does depend on the type of work you expect to do most often. You’ll need different items to repair your kitchen sink as opposed to when you change a timing belt in a truck, for example. Many tools, however, do serve multiple purposes, and with the right DIY skills, you can often devise some sort of solution, even if it is only as a temporary Band-Aid.

If you need a medical bag of sorts for tools, following are what some people consider the “bare-bones basics.”

  • 50-Foot Extension Cord
  • Tool Belt
  • Eye and Ear Protection
  • Cordless Flashlight
  • Cordless Shop Vacuum
  • 3/8″ Cordless Drill
  • 6 1/2″ Cordless Circulating Saw
  • Hacksaw
  • Miter Saw and Block
  • Corded Jig Saw
  • Common hand tools such as hammers, pliers, wrenches, vice grips, tin snips, and Allen wrenches
  • Miscellaneous small items like nails, tacks, screws, and sandpaper

Once you see how easily and effectively you can do almost anything with the right equipment, you will enjoy adding a variety of tools to your collection.

Where to Store Your Tools

Naturally, you’ll also need a place to store and protect your tools. Many folks keep their tools at home in the garage or shed. Others keep them on the truck, their mobile office in a manner of speaking.

But the downside is that they can be stolen and will be more susceptible to the elements, leading to rusty tools. Be sure to invest in a high-quality, secured, and lockable storage component for your tools.

In 2008, former automotive engineer Paul Chapman started a business with the storage needs of truck owners in mind. Today, Stowe Cargo Systems can help you with your tool storage requirements through a variety of cargo storage solutions custom-made in the USA for virtually all American trucks, so you can be assured your needs will be met.

For more information, check us out online or call us at (844) 860-8389.