What to Teach Your Teen Drivers About Handling a Car Breakdown
7 February 2019
When your teens are old enough to drive on their own, you want to make sure they know what to do in an emergency. Malfunctions can happen even in new cars that are serviced regularly, so while your teen may not be able to make repairs on the spot, they should know how to get help. The information you teach them as teens will serve them throughout life and keep them safe if their car ever breaks down on the road.
Be Prepared For A Single Vehicle Accident Involving You And Your Car
17 November 2018
Being involved in an accident does not always mean that there is another party involved. In fact, many accidents occur solely due to poor visibility, mechanical malfunctions, or inclement weather. You should know what to do if you accidentally go off the road while traversing an exit rampway and wind up face to face with a guardrail.
Prepare For The Worst
Even if you are a safe driver who hasn't encountered any problems thus far, it is important to prepare for the worst.
What To Do When Your Car Gets Towed While On A Road Trip
3 September 2018
Cars can be the most efficient method of getting to and from a place. Even if you have to travel out of state, paying for gas money in an economy sedan can be cheaper than purchasing a plane ticket. Inside a car, you are also likely to be much more comfortable than inside of a bus, plus you can make stops as needed. If you have begun your road trip and something happens to your vehicle, you will need to figure out how to continue on with your vacation.
Auto Towing For Modified Vehicles
27 April 2018
Towing can be complicated enough when you're towing regular vehicles. You can easily damage the transmission of a car if you tow it the wrong way, such as with flat towing. There's also the risk of something falling off, scratching the paintwork or getting into an accident due to the additional load.
However, the challenges of towing might be worsened if the vehicle in question has been modified in some way.