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.

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 …

Three Reasons To Hire A Towing Service After An Accident

20 June 2017
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When you are involved in an accident, your primary concern should be your health and safety. Your next priority should involve getting your car off the road, no matter what condition it is in. Here are a few reasons to hire towing services, even if your car isn't totaled. You Need Medical Attention Small fender benders can result in injury, and if you need immediate medical care, calling a towing service can help you to focus on your health and well-being. Read More …

Tips For Safely Towing A Heavy-Duty Trailer

12 April 2017
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Towing a heavy-duty trailer requires attention to detail and careful planning. One misstep could endanger the driver and other cars on the road. If you are planning to tow a heavy-duty trailer, here are some tips for safely doing so.   Check the Maximum Weight Ratings The maximum weight ratings determine how much the truck and trailer can safely tow. If the load exceeds the maximum weight, the tires, axle bearing, and spindle could suffer strain. Read More …

Driving A Beater As Part Of A Frugal Lifestyle? Use These Proactive Tips To Stay Safe When Driving

10 April 2017
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Driving an older-model vehicle has become a badge of honor among many Americans today. Dedicated to living a more frugal lifestyle in order to pay off stifling debt or to save for retirement, college funds, or other needs, these frugal road warriors often proudly describe their vehicle of choice as a "beater" and take great pride in the dings, dents, and faded paint their cars have accumulated through many years of use and hundreds of thousands of miles of driving. Read More …

3 Things to Ask About When Looking for a Tow Company

29 March 2017
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If your vehicle breaks down on the side of the road and you cannot fix it yourself, then you are going to need the assistance of a towing company. Here are three things you should ask about when trying to find the right towing company to assist you. #1 Arrival Time The first thing that you need to ask about is when the towing company can get to you. Keep in mind that this can vary based on a number of factors, such as the weather, traffic, and customer demand. 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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