Traveling in a Car: This Is How to Prepare for the Holidays

The holiday is finally here. The car is packed, and you’re enjoying traveling in a car with no one but your family and the radio out on the open road. Right up to the moment your car breaks down. A breakdown during a highly anticipated holiday road trip might not ruin your entire vacation, but…
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Rules of The Road: Move Over Laws Matter

Did you know that in 2021, there were sixty-five emergency responders struck and killed by vehicles while responding to an emergency in the midst of moving traffic? (Data Collected and Shared by the Emergency Responder Safety Institute, ResponderSafety.com) The sad thing is, most, if not all, of these deaths could have been prevented if drivers…
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4 Ways to Avoid a Car Breakdown in the Winter

Driving safely in winter weather can be challenging, especially if you’re in a state like Texas or Alabama that doesn’t get much snow — or at all. This is why keeping your car in top shape is essential, especially during extremely low temperatures. There are many ways to prepare your car and yourself for driving in…
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Reasons Why Car Batteries Die in the Winter

Reasons Why Car Batteries Die: It is pretty common for car batteries to die in the winter. Therefore, it is a good idea to check your battery and perform regular maintenance in the fall so you won’t be left stranded in the cold. Lead-acid batteries are made to work well in a wide range of…
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What Should I Do If I Can’t Jumpstart My Car?

What Should I Do If I Can’t Jumpstart My Car? One of the worst moments as a car owner is when you get in your car, ready to head to work, and when you put your key in the ignition… it won’t start. Sound familiar? Your first instinct is, no doubt, to grab your jumper…
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My Car Is Stuck In The Mud – What Do I Do Now?

My Car Is Stuck In The Mud – Cars usually get stuck in the mud because of a lack of traction. Traction gives the wheels of a car the ability to hold the ground without sliding, which is often the case on the road. Mud is soft and slippery, so naturally, it reduces traction, making…
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The Top 4 Risks of Distracted Driving

Risks of Distracted Driving: One in every ten fatal crashes across the USA involves distracted driving, according to NHTSA, and many could have been prevented had due care been taken. The risks of distracted driving are widespread and all result from the same cause. When distracted, a driver misses critical cues and is late to…
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Driving an Electric Vehicle? Four Reasons You Could Need Roadside Assistance

The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that in 2020, greater than 10 million electric vehicles were out on the road. Like their gas-powered counterparts, EVs are subject to several roadside emergencies. Many of the problems electric vehicle owners face can easily be solved through roadside assistance. Here are a few occasions when you could need…
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3 Alternatives to Spare Tires

Spares tires are gradually becoming considered non-standard equipment for cars of newer models. As many as 1 in 3 new vehicles do not come equipped with a regular-sized spare tire and instead come with an alternative to spare tires. Emergency repair equipment is a vital service to have within your car, but there are alternatives…
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The Top 3 Misconceptions About Towing

When it comes to towing, there are a lot of stereotypes and misconceptions that the public holds, and unfortunately, they tend to apply these misconstrued beliefs to all the towing companies. This post will break down the top misconceptions to help you learn more about the towing industry and distinguish fact from fiction. 1. Towing…
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