Being A Kind Tow Truck Customer

Did you know that driving a tow truck is an inherently dangerous job? It takes a lot of guts to navigate over slick, icy roads. Avoid dangerous situations.

Moving Out Of A Rental Home? Tow A Non-Working Car Out Of The Driveway

5 December 2018
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Owning a vehicle that is no longer working does not usually lead to complications when you are able to park it in on your property. If you are making plans to move out of your rental home, you will need to remove the vehicle along with all your other belongings by the move-out date. When you know that the car will not be ready to drive by the time you move, you should hire a towing company, such as Maggio Truck Center, to take your vehicle to one of several locations depending on your situation. Read More …

Summer May Be Over But Your Car Can Still Overheat: How To Tell When Your Radiator Is About To Fail You

18 September 2018
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Summer may be long gone, but that doesn't mean you can stop worrying about your radiator. Even with the warm temperatures out of the way, your car can still overheat. Unfortunately, overheating can wreak havoc on your engine. In fact, overheating can lead to the total destruction of your engine, especially if you don't get the problem resolved quickly. However, it's not always easy to know when your engine needs help. Read More …

Stay Safe While Waiting To Be Towed

27 May 2018
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When you end up on the side of the road with a car that isn't running properly, it's hard to see how things can get much worse, but things can get worse. You want to make sure you take some extra steps to keep yourself safe while you are waiting for that tow truck to come to your rescue. Here are some simple steps you should follow to know that you are doing what you can to protect yourself. Read More …

Three Tips For People Driving Older Cars

15 March 2018
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Driving older cars is a good way to save money. Often, you can buy a 10 or 12-year-old car for $3,000 or so, drive it for a year or two, and then sell it for about the same price you bought it for. There are plenty of older cars out there that still run well, thanks to innovations in manufacturing that were made in the early 2000s, resulting in cars that are more durable. Read More …

Towing A Boat This Summer? 3 Tips To Keep Your Safe On The Road

27 July 2017
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If you plan on pulling your boat down to the river or the lake this summer, you are going want to make sure that you understand how to tow your boat safely. #1 Check All Tires When towing a boat with your vehicle, it is vitally important that all of your tires are properly inflated. Make sure that the tires on your vehicle are set to the right level of pressure according to the manufacturer's recommendations for your vehicle before you tow your boat. Read More …

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Being A Kind Tow Truck Customer

Did you know that driving a tow truck is an inherently dangerous job? It takes a lot of guts to navigate over slick, icy roads and rough terrain to pull your car out of a ditch. Unfortunately, most people get more worried about missing appointments and paying for service than they do about keeping their driver safe. However, there are a few things you can do to keep everyone safe. Go through the articles on my website to learn how to avoid dangerous situations when you are in the midst of an emergency. By pulling your car off of the road and staying inside of your vehicle, you might be able to fend off tragedy.

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