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Keeping Children Safe While Waiting For A Tow

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If your vehicle breaks down on the side of the road due to lack of gas or a broken tire, chances are you will want to get the problem remedied quickly so you can be on your way. If you have small children in the vehicle with you at the time, the situation will feel even more urgent. Here are a few ways you can ensure the safety of your children as you wait for your tow truck to arrive. Read More»

Four Things To Keep In Mind When Calling For A Tow Truck Driver

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Calling a tow truck from a company like John’s Wrecker Service for help isn’t something that most people have to do everyday. If you are in need of towing services, you might be unclear about standard practices and what to expect. The better customer you can be, the more efficient your towing experience will be. Here are four things you can do to help out a tow truck driver when you call for services. Read More»

How To Help Your Son Organize A Land-Clearing Work Party For His Eagle Award

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Has your son received the approval from his Boy Scout leaders to do a service project of clearing the land of one of your community’s future building sites? This would be an awesome way to do his big project. Perhaps your area is getting something like a new senior citizen center, a new library, or a park. By your son’s Boy Scout troop clearing the land, not only will the organization be saving money, but the guys will always remember that they had a big hand in the development of the site. Read More»

5 Common Auto Repairs

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If you own a vehicle or are thinking about purchasing your first vehicle, you should know what some common repairs are. This will prepare you for the costs that come with owning a vehicle. The more prepared you are for certain repairs that are common, then the more likely you are going to be able to save for those repairs and you won’t be surprised when they come up. Here are five common auto repairs to know of: Read More»

5 Holiday Road Trip Tips

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If you’re planning a long drive to visit family and friends for the holidays you need to make sure you’re prepared. You need to make sure your car is ready for the drive and that you have the essentials in case of bad weather. Here are five tips to keep in mind before you go on your holiday travels: 1. Car tires Your tires are absolutely essential for a safe trip, especially during winter weather. Read More»

Equipment You Absolutely Need For Towing A Car That You May Have Missed

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Some equipment may be more obvious when it comes to towing your car, such as the hitch. But others you may not know about if this is one of your first times trying it. Here are some examples of essential equipment. Extended Side-view Mirrors Not all vehicles are perfectly well suited for towing, and you can’t just assume that they’ll have all the equipment that you need. You may need to do something about this yourself if the equipment isn’t there. Read More»

How To Set Up A Parking Lot Management Plan For Your Apartment Complex

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As an apartment complex owner or manager, you are probably concerned with keeping your facility safe and your tenants happy. One option for accomplishing both is to consider parking lot management. With a few simple steps and the help of a towing service, you can keep your available parking areas open to residents and ensure the safety of your complex. Here are just a few options for successful parking lot management. Read More»

Top Safety Tips To Follow When Waiting For Auto Towing

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When you are broken down in the middle of nowhere, you need to take some precautions. From the risk of passing motorists to the possibility of roadside attack, waiting on a tow truck, you never know what can happen. Here are some tips to keep you safe while you are waiting on the towing service to arrive. Pull Off the Road The most important thing when waiting for a tow truck is to pull as far off the road as you possibly can. Read More»

Towing Etiquette: Three Things To Remember When Dealing With Tow Truck Drivers

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Tow truck drivers have a difficult job.  They can be seen as villains and they can be seen as heroes.  They are cursed when towing a vehicle for parking illegally and praised when they rescue a stranded motorist from the side of the road.  Their job can be very dangerous since it sometimes requires working very close to fast moving traffic on the shoulder of busy highways.  When you come in contact with a tow truck driver, whether driving down the road or receiving their assistance, follow some basic guidelines to make everyone’s experience the most pleasant that it can be. Read More»

3 Things To Do While Waiting On The Tow Truck To Arrive

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Being stranded on the side of the road isn’t exactly the most fun experience. However, it can happen to anyone at any point in time. There are no guarantees that your vehicle is going to work at all times, even though you might do everything right. Something like glass in the road can leave you stranded and waiting for a tow company to arrive and get you back on the road once again. Read More»