Three Numbers You Need If Your Work Truck Breaks Down

Owning a heavy-duty truck is a must for many general construction contractors. If you are like many, your truck is probably a little bit larger and a little bit customized to fit your business needs. This can make it a real hassle if you break down, though, since you may not be able to depend upon services aimed at the average passenger vehicle to get you back on the road. The following tips can help you prepare in advance so you know what to do if your truck does have issues: Read More 

Check These Things to Ensure the Towing Service That Helps You Is Reputable

When you experience a vehicular problem that requires you to pull to the side of the road and arrange help from a towing service, you'll be pleased to see a tow truck pull up in front of you. However, if you haven't yet called the towing service, the driver who is offering help may be less than reputable. Reputable towing services don't usually scour the roads and look for distressed motorists; rather, they're dispatched upon motorists calling them, and then will promptly offer help. Read More