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The Temperature Is Dropping: Why You Need A Towing Service During The Winter

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Winter is here. If you haven’t invested in a towing service, now’s the time to take care of that. You may not think you need a towing service, but that’s not necessarily the case; especially during the winter holiday season. Here are just four of the reasons you need a towing service during the winter: Be Prepared for Holiday Traffic If you’re going to be spending any time at all on the roads during the holidays, you need to be prepared for the traffic.…

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Non-Accident, Non-Dead Battery, And Non-Flat Tire Incidents Where You May Need Towing

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Most motorists resort to calling towing services when one of three things occur. Usually, it is when they get a flat tire and cannot change it themselves (or they do not have a spare), the battery is dead, or an accident rendered their vehicles undrivable. However, there are times when you will need a tow truck where none of these usual and typical incidents is the reason for calling a tow truck.…

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Don't Put It Off: Why You Should Never Postpone Auto Repairs And Maintenance

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If you’re in the habit of postponing auto repairs, you need to make some changes. You may think that you’re saving yourself some time and money by waiting for necessary repairs, but that’s not the case. Here are just a few of the reasons why you need to take care of repairs quickly. Ensure Your Safety Each time you postpone a repair, you put yourself at risk for accidents and injuries.…

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Need To Move A Non-Running Car Out Of An Apartment Parking Spot? Tow It To A Storage Facility

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Living in an apartment complex means that you may have to share parking spots with others. If your community has restrictions on how long a car can stay parked in a single spot, you will need to move a non-running car before you start to have issues with the management company. An ideal solution is to put the car in a storage unit, but you will need to make sure the facility accepts non-working vehicles.…

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Dealing With Your Teen's First Auto Accident: What To Know

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Your teen has called you because they have gotten in their first auto accident, and they are waiting for the police to arrive at the scene. What should you do? There are a few things that you’ll want the teen to do right away for insurance purposes and for their own safety. Stay calm so you don’t get your teen more stressed out than they probably are. Here are a few things to address right away.…

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Got A Flat Tire? What You Need To Know When Using A Towing Company

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If your vehicle was involved in an accident, and has one or more flat tires, you may be wondering if your car can be towed. Here are a few of the questions you may have in such a situation and the answers. Can a Tow Truck Company Tow a Car With One or More Flat Tires? A tow truck company can tow a car if it has one or more flat tires.…

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Keep An Emergency Kit In Your Car

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Every vehicle should be equipped with a basic emergency kit. That kit can help you out if you are broken down on the side of the road and have to wait for a tow truck to come and find you, or if some other kind of emergency happens while you are driving.  Emergency Kit Basics Some things should always be in your emergency kit. Those things include road flares and reflective orange triangles.…

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Top Benefits of Having an Emergency Towing Membership

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If you are thinking about getting an emergency towing membership, you might still be unsure as to whether the benefits are worth it to you. To help you decide, you may want to take a few moments to review the following benefits. Fuel Delivery  While the best thing to do is to make sure that you are keeping an eye on the gas gauge, that might not always be enough.…

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Highway Vehicle Breakdowns: Important Safety Dos And Don'ts For Drivers

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When your vehicle breaks down on the highway versus on a quiet, residential road, there are some additional safety measures and precautions that must be taken to keep yourself and other drivers safe. Simply put, patience is a virtue when you’re dealing with a highway breakdown, and there are a few important dos and don’ts you’ll want to follow to ensure you get the help you need as promptly as possible.…

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How To Get Your Car Out Of The Mud

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Driving in the rain is not only dangerous because of the wet and slick roads, but because you might end up stuck in the mud. The worst thing you can do is accelerate in an attempt to get out, because this causes your tires to spin and dig deeper into the sludge. Try these other methods instead. Find Traction One of the best methods for getting a car out of mud is by using traction.…

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