Own A Small Trucking Company? The 3 Services You Should Always Have Lined Up

Posted on: 12 July 2016

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

Posted on: 10 March 2016

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!

Posted on: 1 February 2016

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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Want To Get A Home At A Reasonable Price? Win A Home Auction And Move The Home Wherever You Please

Posted on: 29 January 2016

If you want to be able to get a great home without paying a fortune for it, consider buying a home at an auction. There are times when homes go up for auction, but the property they are on is not included in the sale. When this happens, you need to have the home moved. The following guide walks you through everything you need to know to buy a home at an auction and have it moved to a new property.
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