Heavy-Duty Towing And Semis: FAQs For Semi Owners

The average semitruck will travel many miles before it will break down or become unreliable, but there are times when an 18-wheeler will run into problems and need to be rescued just like passenger vehicles. If you are the owner of a semi and do have to eventually call on a heavy-duty towing service for roadside assistance or towing, it is helpful if you know what to expect. Take a look at some of the most frequently asked questions semitruck owners have about heavy-duty towing services and semi trucks who need help. Read More 

Planning A Summer Trip? 4 Tips To Help You Prepare For Possible Flat Tires

Summer is almost here, which means you're probably busy making your vacation plans. If any of your plans involve road trips, it's time to think about potential travel interruptions, such as flat tires. You never know when flat tires are going to occur while you're on the road. Here are four steps you should take to get you through your next flat tire. Prepare Ahead of Time If you're going to be taking any road trips this summer, be prepared for a flat tire. Read More 

Purchasing A Car That’s Not Running? 3 Tips For Arranging Towing Services

Purchasing a car that's not running currently can be a great investment when you enjoy fixing cars or if there is only some minor work that needs to be done. Regardless of the reason why you're purchasing a car that's not running, it's a good idea to make plans for how you're going to get it to the mechanic shop or to your home for the repairs needed. Instead of trying to hitch it to your own car, look into the following tips that can make hiring towing services much easier for you. Read More 

3 Great Tips When Searching For A Towing Company

When your vehicle no longer runs, whether it's because of a dead battery or collision, you may need to have it professionally towed. To ensure your vehicle is in good hands throughout this transportation, be sure to hire a towing company using the following tips.  Assess Tow Trucks Used  Not every towing company is going to use the same type of tow truck. Some may use flatbeds while others may rely on hook and chain trucks. Read More 

4 Money Saving Tips for Towing Your Car When it Breaks Down

Murphy's Law would dictate that your car will (of course) break down on the highway when you can least afford to have it towed and repaired. Thankfully, if you follow each of the tips below you can save some money on the towing portion of the project so you will have more cash available for the repair: 1. Tow Your Vehicle Directly to the Auto Repair Shop When you call for a tow truck, you need to know where you want your vehicle to be towed to. Read More