• Towing From A Riverbank (And Other Unusual Towing Circumstances)

    When you need towing services, it is usually because your car has either stalled out or been in an accident and is no longer safe to drive. However, there are other times and places where towing services are very helpful. These times and places are a bit more unusual, and how they are managed is equally out of the ordinary.  Towing From a Riverbank On occasion, cars do end up in rivers.
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  • 3 Tips For Driving A Semitruck Through Winter Weather Conditions

    You might be concerned about operating your semitruck in winter weather conditions. It is definitely important to be mindful when you're driving a semitruck during snowy or icy conditions if you want to stay safe, help avoid hurting anyone else and help make sure that the truck and its freight gets to where it needs to be. These are some of the ways that you can stay mindful about how you operate a semitruck during the winter.
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  • Waiting on a Tow in the Snow: 5 Tips for Safety

    Snow is a gorgeous sight, but it also introduces all sorts of hazards, especially when you're waiting on tow service. If you find yourself stuck in the snow waiting for a tow truck to arrive, it's critical to exercise safe practices to protect your vehicle, and most importantly, yourself. Learn how you can stay safe. 1. Pull to Safety, but Stay Visible Once you detect an issue with your vehicle, do your best to pull off the road to a safe location, but make sure your car is positioned so that other vehicles can see it.
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  • Own A Small Trucking Company? The 3 Services You Should Always Have Lined Up

    Do you have a logistics or small shipping company and you like to avoid late night phone calls from drivers whenever possible? If so, it's important to put the information they need if there is a mechanical emergency in their truck. If they have the information in the truck and you already have agreements or contracts with the companies to do work on your vehicles, it makes handling the mechanical problems easier.
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  • It's A Matter Of Safety: 4 Ways To Stay Safe While You Wait For Your Tow Truck

    Now that you have your driver's license, there are some things you should know about safety. You never know when you're going to end up needing roadside assistance. It's important that you know what to do when you're car breaks down. Here are four simple steps you should take that will help keep you safe while you wait for a tow truck. Move Your Car As Far Off the Road as Possible
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  • Car Broken Down? Don'T Make These 3 Mistakes!

    When you have broken down on the side of the road, it can be extremely frustrating. What's even more nerve-wracking is if you're in the middle of nowhere and unfamiliar with your surroundings. In some instances, especially if you are without necessary emergency supplies, it can be dangerous. You can prepare yourself ahead of time for this potentially dangerous and scary situation by avoiding these three mistakes. 1. No Emergency Vehicle Kit.
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  • The ABCs Of Safety While Waiting On A Tow Truck At Night

    Finding yourself alone, stranded, and possibly in a location surrounded by strangers and unfamiliar places at night can be a scary experience as a driver. Even though you know that you can always count on a good towing service to come to your rescue, you may be left waiting in your car for a bit before the tow truck arrives. It is always wise as a driver to get familiar with the safety rules of not just the roadway, but precarious situations that can come up.
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  • Is Your Truck Overheating? 3 Ways To Tell

    When your truck overheats, it is important that you pull over right away. Many people make the mistake of driving all the way home or to their mechanic, but unless you're around the corner, this can be very dangerous. The best thing you can do is pull over and call a tow truck. Before you do that, you need to know if and when your truck is overheating. Here are some common signs that this is occurring.
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