• When Is A Towing Emergency An Emergency?

    Emergency towing services are called when there is an immediate need to have a vehicle towed. However, what is an emergency to some is not an emergency to others. How does a towing company decide what is a towing emergency and then respond to towing calls they have already received that are not emergencies? Here is an inside look at what constitutes a towing emergency.  Cars Are Piled Up Winter crashes are often the worst.
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  • Tips For Getting Your Rig Out Of Mud, Sand, Or Snow Before Calling A Tow Truck

    If you love taking your truck out on the weekend and adventuring down bumpy dirt roads in the middle of nowhere, then it's vital you have some equipment and knowledge to rescue yourself if your rig happens to get stuck in some deep mud, sand, or snow. Having to call a tow truck company to come pull you out you will be expensive and depending on where you are located may not even be a viable option.
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  • Are You Helping Your New Driver To Be Well Prepared?

    Can you believe you have a teenager who is actually old enough to drive a car? In your mind, you can probably picture him or her as a little toddler riding his or her toy car, can't you? You may even wish that you could turn the clock back to a time that you had better control of your child. On the other hand, isn't it fun to watch your child evolve into an adult?
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  • Tips For Dealing With A Car Breakdown Without Cell Service

    Breaking down far from home is nerve-wracking in the best of times, but it can be especially frightening if you are in the middle of nowhere and far from the reach of the nearest cell phone tower. If you are planning a road trip, it's important that you know the following tips so that you can handle this situation safely if it occurs. Tip #1: Pull off safely No matter how remote the road, it's a good idea to pull off as far onto the shoulder as possible so that other cars won't hit you.
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  • A Tow Can Save You Time, Money And Frustration In These Non-Emergency Situations

    If you are like many people, you may mistakenly think that towing services will only be beneficial to you if you are involved in a serious accident. There are a few situations that may not seem like immediate emergencies, but a professional tow in these situations could end up saving you time and money. The following scenarios represent some life circumstances that you may face in the future and why a professional tow may be ideal.
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  • 3 Tips For Towing A Classic Car Across State Lines

    As the owner of a classic car, you may already know that towing it can be more challenging than towing a newer vehicle, due to its unique requirements. For example, you will need to decide what type of vehicle you want to tow your automobile and it will also be helpful to be aware of the state laws that pertain to towing vehicles. In addition, you will also need to protect your car in case it is damaged during transport by taking time-stamped pictures of its current condition.
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  • Winter Trucking: What Tractor Trailer Operators Need To Know

    Driving in extreme winter conditions can be a challenge, even for the most seasoned tractor trailer operator. Making a few plans ahead of time can ensure your loads get delivered safely and on time. Here are a few preparations you should make for the winter driving season. Use A Towing App Less-than-ideal visibility conditions can lead to your truck getting stuck in a snowbank. The extreme cold may cause your truck to break down while on the road.
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  • 3 Requirements Of A Truck Driver To Put Your Mind At Ease The Next Time Your Vehicle Is Towed

    If your car malfunctions and leaves you stranded on the side of the road, you may need a tow truck service to move the car. Abandoning the car for a later pickup can be dangerous. Your car could be vandalized. Items could be stolen from the vehicle, or it could be involved in a collision. Nevertheless, allowing a tow truck service to transport your car can be a bit unnerving. You probably won't know the tow truck operator and may have little reason to trust his or her competence.
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  • There's More Than One Way To Tow A Car

    If you need to move your car over a long distance, but are unable to drive it for one reason or another, then you'll probably need to tow it. There are several ways to tow a car, each of which has its benefits and drawbacks. To help you make a more informed decision, here is an introduction to the subject: Decide on a Method Your main choices are flatbed towing, two-wheel towing, and flat towing.
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  • 4 Important Items To Take On Your Road Trip Through A Remote Area

    Going on a drive soon through the desert or mountains? Taking back roads through a secluded part of the country? Taking the road less traveled can often make for an exciting and memorable road trip. However, it can also pose some unique challenges, especially if your car breaks down in the middle of the trip. While cell phones have made car breakdowns much less dangerous in recent years, you may have some serious problems if you breakdown in an area with spotty coverage.
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