Our school car park has become a dumping ground for old cars for some reason. It's important to get them removed quickly, as they are often in bad condition and can be dangerous for the kids and their families, as well as taking up a lot of our car parking spaces. We have a towing service that removes the cars from our car park quickly so that we can free up the spaces. This blog talks about the processing of getting cars towed off site and how to choose a towing service that is responsive to your needs as a school or business.
10 February 2017
The colder weather can take its toll on a vehicle; because of this, you're far more likely to experience a car breakdown during the autumn and winter months. If you intend to use your car regularly during these seasons, it's important to begin making preparations now, before the chillier temperatures set in. Here are a couple of things you can do to prevent car trouble throughout this time of the year.
20 July 2016
Towing services/roadside assistance is one of those things like insurance: you hope you'll never need it, but it's good to have in case you ever do. There are many ways to ensure that you're protected in case your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere. Without prior planning, however, you may end up spending a lot more on towing and roadside assistance than you needed to. Below are some tips and tricks to help you spend as little as possible and yet get your much-needed protection in case of breakdown.
18 April 2016
If you plan on traveling far distances on your vacation, it is possible to tow an RV trailer on the back of your tow vehicle. This allows you to have accommodations during your travel and will enable you to hit the open road without any cares. If you are going to be towing a trailer behind your tow vehicle, there are a few tips that you need to be aware of that will ensure safety during your trip.
24 March 2016
Australia is a land of extremes, boasting anything from the aptly named Snowy Mountains to the searing heat of the Red Centre. That can make a breakdown even more serious, potentially putting your very life at risk, so make sure you follow these tips if you ever find yourself behind the wheel of a broken down vehicle in the middle of the desert. 1. Get Out of the Car
11 March 2016
Even if you can get your car in gear and move it forward, this doesn't mean it's always safe to drive. There are times when your car could be experiencing mechanical failures that could simply get worse as you drive and which could put you and everyone else on the road at risk; rather than face even more expensive repair bills or get into an accident, you would do well to have your car towed in certain circumstances.