A few weeks ago when my car died while I was driving, I didn't really know how to handle the situation. After things went south, I pulled over as quickly as I could to wait for the tow truck driver. Unfortunately, my car was basically sitting in the middle of a busy intersection, which made it really hard for my tow truck driver to do his job. After police closed off the intersection, I was finally able to have my car towed to a shop. On my website, you might learn how to follow basic emergency protocol so that you can stay safe and expedite repairs.
11 June 2015
Roadside breakdowns are inconvenient and unsafe for everyone involved. Getting help quickly and getting back onto the road as fast as possible is the goal of every driver. By being organized and aware of the risks, this is a task that is easy to accomplish. Step One: Always be prepared when you are out on the road. Carry in a wallet, on your mobile phone or with your emergency breakdown kit the phone numbers and names of the companies that offer roadside service in the areas you are traveling through.
5 June 2015
If your car breaks down and you're stranded, you will most likely need the assistance of a tow truck company. This service helps drivers get their vehicles off the road and to a service center, where they can begin repairs. But before you call the first towing company you can find, it's important to know your rights as a consumer, and to know how to deal with the towing company.
3 June 2015
Heading out on the road provides a unique set of challenges in an emergency. Long stretches of road and unfamiliar towns can be difficult and sometimes expensive if you need to be towed, be repaired or get in contact with someone who can help. Before driving long distances and assuming the continued health of your vehicle, consider preparing a few backup plans and safety techniques that could help during a roadside emergency.