3 Requirements Of A Truck Driver To Put Your Mind At Ease The Next Time Your Vehicle Is Towed
17 August 2015
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.
There's More Than One Way To Tow A Car
7 August 2015
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.
4 Important Items To Take On Your Road Trip Through A Remote Area
13 July 2015
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.
Three Of The Most Unusual Uses For Oversize Hauling
25 June 2015
Oversize hauling is most commonly used for towing semi tractors, trailers, and heavy construction equipment. However, there are three very unusual uses for oversize hauling that may be of some use to you, depending on the business you do. Some of these may surprise you, but all of them will make perfect sense should you ever have to utilize an oversize hauling service.
Transportation of the Morbidly Obese
People who are morbidly obese and whose weights have exceeded three hundred pounds are very difficult to transport in an ambulance or a hearse.