Tips That Can Help Prevent Your Car From Sliding On Icy Roads

Posted on: 11 February 2020

During the winter months, one of the common reasons why people find themselves in need of auto towing is because their car slid on an icy road. Perhaps their car slid into another vehicle or into a tree, causing damage to the car, or perhaps it just slid off of the road and into a ditch. Learning how to drive in icy conditions can help to reduce the risk of your car sliding on an icy surface and you needing to call a professional for auto towing.
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3 Reasons To Have A Roadside Assistance Plan

Posted on: 14 November 2019

If you own a vehicle, on top of making sure that you keep your vehicle registered with the state and are carrying the proper insurance on your vehicle, you should also make sure that you have a roadside assistance plan for your vehicle. Although a roadside assistance plan is not legally required like vehicle insurance and registration are, a roadside assistance plan is a smart safety investment. Reason #1: Take Care of a Flat Tire
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Times When It's Safer To Have Your Car Towed To The Shop Rather Than Push Your Luck And Drive It

Posted on: 5 August 2019

When you have car trouble, you may be tempted to push your luck and hope you get to the auto shop or your house before the car breaks down and leaves you stranded. Sometimes, it's not a good idea to drive your car when it's experiencing trouble. In those cases, calling a towing service to take your car to the shop could save you from doing serious damage to your car.
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Road Trip Safety 101: 3 Ways To Help Your College Student Prepare For Their Trek Home

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Now that you are the proud parent of a college student, you finally understand the worry that comes once your child leaves the nest. With every school break, you can't wait to see your child's face as they walk through the door, and the days leading up to their visit is a flurry of activity as you wash bedding and shop for the ingredients to their favorite meals. As you make your preparations, here's three things you can do to keep your child safe on the road.
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