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It's A Dangerous World Out There


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It's A Dangerous World Out There

When I got in to the tow truck business, I thought that my days would be filed with being out in the open air and meeting interesting people. Little did I know that every day would present serious safety challenges. As cars travel too closely and roads remain slick, it is all I can do to pull stranded motorists out of ditches to safety. I have had more than one close call, and unfortunately, I have lost a few friends out there. My personal goal is to spread the word about the dangers of tow truck driving, so that everyone can remain safe on the road.

Signs You Should Call A Towing Company

Having to call a towing company may not cross your mind until your car develops problems. Surprisingly, some drivers may ignore car problems and continue with their journey. You may get away with it, but that isn't the way to go. Enlist the help of a towing company as soon as you notice these signs. Changes in Handling If you are used to driving your vehicle, it's easy to tell when the handling is off. Read More 

4 Reasons You Should Contact 247 Emergency Towing Services When Your Car Breaks Down

When planning a road trip, you will likely prepare adequately for any situation or challenges along the way. You might take your vehicle for comprehensive maintenance service and get a spare wheel in preparation for the trip. But what if you get into a collision or the engine fails? There's no immediate cure for the two situations apart from towing your vehicle to safety. Here is where 24/7 emergency towing services come in. Read More 

Why You Need To Seek Out A Heavy Wrecker Towing Company When Your 18 Wheeler Is In Trouble

If you run a company that owns and operates 18-wheelers, you are likely always staying up to date with the latest safety regulations and doing what you can to ensure your vehicles remain reliable out on the road. But accidents do happen and maybe your 18-wheeler is now stuck in a ditch, or even worse, on its side in the middle of a highway. If you need to get your 18-wheeler off the road and into a repair shop immediately, you'll want to contact a towing company that can handle a big rig. Read More