Make Sure To Check These Areas After Your Car Is Towed To The Junkyard

Posted on: 27 July 2017

It's a surreal experience to be in a car accident in which your vehicle is damaged to the point that your insurance company will write it off. Provided that you're not injured, you may find yourself riding with a towing service driver from a place like Whistler Towing & Truck Repair, Inc. as he hauls your vehicle to a junkyard or other similar area. You'll have a bit of time to go through your car and remove any personal effects before the vehicle is disposed of.
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Five Items You'll Need In Your Roadside Emergency Kit

Posted on: 7 June 2017

To prepare for roadside emergencies, you'll want to put together a  standard survival kit containing water, blankets, and food. You will also want to have a cold weather kit with an ice scraper, snow shoes, etc. For more mundane emergencies, you'll need a basic roadside emergency kit as well. Here are five items you'll need to bring if you want to be able to extricate yourself from typical roadside emergencies.
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Tips For Dealing With A Motorcycle Breakdown

Posted on: 18 May 2017

The idea of getting together with some other motorcycle enthusiasts, plotting a route, and hitting the open road is an ideal way to spend some time during the summer. Whether you're traveling to a certain destination for a few days or taking a long round trip around your state, the last thing you want to deal with is a motorcycle breakdown. However, it's always worthwhile to have a plan for what you'll do in this situation.
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Roadside Breakdowns: 3 Times When It's Better To Tell Your Teenager Driver To Wait For Professional Repairs

Posted on: 5 May 2017

Being stuck on the side of the road is a common fear for many drivers, and you have talked to your kid about what to do to stay safe during a roadside emergency. However, it is also important to discuss with your teen when it is better to wait for a tow than attempt to keep driving. This is because many serious car issues may not always look that bad at first glance.
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