5 Tips For Summer Travel Trailer Towing Beginners

Posted on: 30 July 2015

If this is your first summer pulling a travel trailer with your vehicle, it is important that you know a little about towing in order to keep your vehicle, your travel trailer and the vehicles around you safe while you are out on the road. Follow these five tips to stay safe on the road. Tip #1: Know Your Limits Before you purchase or rent a travel trailer, make sure that your vehicle will be able to handle the load.
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How To Protect Your Car From Being Damaged When Being Towed

Posted on: 13 July 2015

If you are going to be calling a towing company to have your vehicle towed, you might be worried about it getting damaged in the process. Luckily, following a few simple tips can help prevent this from happening. Turn On Your Hazard Lights If you are on the side of the road, especially at nighttime, it can be difficult for the tow truck operator to see you. By putting your hazard lights on, you can help prevent both the tow truck operator and other drivers on the road from accidentally hitting your vehicle while you are waiting to be towed.
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Little Known Towing Services Every Car Owner Should Know About

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Though most people know they can call their local towing service company whenever their car breaks down, many don't know the numerous unique towing and roadside assistance services those companies also offer. Here are a few little known towing services that you may benefit from. Long Distance Towing If you need to tow a car or truck long distances, generally journeys over 100 miles, then you can hire a long distance towing company.
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Car Repossession: A Couple Facts You Should Know

Posted on: 26 May 2015

If you have fallen behind on your car payments and are facing the real possibility that your vehicle will be repossessed in the near future, there are a few facts that you should know. Taking the time to review these facts outlined below can help you to avoid unnecessary costs and possibly even avoid a repossession all together.   You Have The Right To Sell Your Vehicle If your vehicle is repossessed (through a company such as Tri City Towing And Recovery) and the necessary fees are not paid in order to regain possession of the vehicle before it goes to auction, you will be responsible for paying any outstanding debt on the vehicle once it has been sold.
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