The ABCs Of Safety While Waiting On A Tow Truck At Night

Posted on: 18 November 2015

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

Posted on: 20 September 2015

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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Three Ways That You Can Part You Junk Car And Get The Most From Recycling

Posted on: 12 August 2015

If you have a junk car, taking it apart and selling it for parts can give you more than recycling the entire car. This is because you will usually get just the price of steel for an entire car. You can take some of the valuable parts off to get more money. These can be things like aluminum and copper that are found in many car parts. Here are some ways that you can get more for recycling your junk car:
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Basic Car Maintenance For Women: 2 Things That Will Help You Avoid A Breakdown

Posted on: 7 August 2015

Breaking down on the side of the road can be stressful. If you are a woman, being stranded with a broken down car can be downright dangerous. Fortunately, avoiding breakdowns is easy when you take the time to perform some simple maintenance on your vehicle. Here are two things you can do to keep your car running right, and help you avoid a potentially dangerous situation in the future. 1. Check your tire pressure regularly.
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