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If your car breaks down during a road journey, you should call a local towing company immediately, rather than trying to fix the vehicle yourself by the roadside. Read on to find out why.
DIY repair attempts could damage your car
Unless you happen to know a lot about the inner workings of cars, your ‘DIY’ repair efforts could end up doing more harm than good.
For example, if your car battery dies and you have a pair of jumper cables in the boot, you might be tempted to use these to jumpstart your vehicle. Read More»
What can humans do to avoid mishaps? Things always go wrong at the worst moment; this surely applies to motor vehicle breakdowns. Fortunately, today even if your car breaks down, there are 24-hour towing services that you can call. Even so, it would be better if your vehicle did not stall. Here are the most common causes of breakdowns and what you can do to avoid them;
Most cars fail to start because their batteries are flat. Read More»
If your car breaks down while you are out on the road, you will need to call out a tow truck so you can be rescued and taken to the nearest auto repair shop. During a typical tow truck rescue, your car will be winched onto the back of the truck or attached to the rear so only the rear wheels of your vehicle are in touch with the road. This type of towing does not require anyone to steer the vehicle being towed. Read More»
If you are an independent contractor in the towing business, you probably know a few tricks about connecting your truck to a trailer in order to transport heavy, tall, and wide machinery. This machinery includes boilers, forklifts, and transformers among others. However, if you are a first-timer, you will need to know a few tricks of the trade to ensure your safety and reduce losses. Here are some smart tips for towing heavy cargo and machinery transport for new independent truckers. Read More»