Towing Services And When You Might Need Them

Posted on: 25 August 2017

If your car or truck has broken down on the side of the road, you may need to get a towing service like Whistler Towing & Truck Repair, Inc. to come and tow your vehicle into a repair shop. There are many options for towing companies in nearly every area of the country, but towing is not the only service that many of these companies offer. Just because you are in need of assistance does not always mean you need to be towed in.
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Roadside Assistance Tips For Remote Breakdown Situations

Posted on: 18 August 2017

If you are planning a trip to a remote area where you will be driving on dirt roads miles away from other people, then it is important that you understand how to safely handle a breakdown in this situation. In addition to the tips listed below, you should also be proactive before leaving home by stocking your vehicle with food, water, and blankets. These three things will go a long way towards keeping you alive while you are waiting for professional help to arrive.
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Preparations That Will Keep You Safe And Comfortable While Driving Up A Steep Mountain

Posted on: 17 August 2017

If you live in a valley surrounded by tall mountains and have decided to drive your truck  up one of the mountain peaks to go camping next month, prepare for the outing with the advice below. By doing so, you will remain comfortable and safe during your excursion and can enjoy the adventure without any major hindrances. Have Your Vehicle Serviced And Pack A Box Of Supplies If your truck hasn't been inspected or serviced by a mechanic recently, schedule an appointment with a mechanic.
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Hitting The Road With Your Class 2 License? 4 Ways To Avoid Jackknifing

Posted on: 5 August 2017

Now that you've got your Class 2 drivers license, and you're about to hit the road by yourself, it's time to take your safety seriously. One major safety issue that faces every truck driver is the jackknife. You never know when something is going to happen on the road that could increase your risk of a jackknife incident. However, there are steps you can take to reduce the chances of actually being involved in one.
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