New Truck Owner? Be Aware of Your Truck's Limits

New Truck Owner? Be Aware of Your Truck's Limits

  • 3 Things To Keep In Mind To Avoid A Tow On Wet Days

    Rainy and wet weather days are busy ones for a towing service. To keep yourself safe and avoid the need for a tow, you should keep the following in mind when driving in inclement weather: Slow Down The first thing you need to do when the weather becomes ominous is to slow down and keep your car's movement steady. Driving slower will make it easier on your tires, providing them a wider tread with better traction.

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    New Truck Owner? Be Aware of Your Truck's Limits

    My father had a pickup truck as I was growing up, and I loved riding in it. When I was finally old enough to drive, I found a great deal on a compact car that was too good to pass up on my part-time job budget. When I finally made enough cash to trade in my car for a pickup truck, I was excited to drive that baby around town. I went driving out in the country immediately to see what my new truck could do, but I got into trouble fast and got stuck in the mud. A tow truck was able to get me out, but my friends never forgot about that day and still tease me about it. I wanted to make a blog to share my automobile tips and what I have learned about tow trucks since then. I hope you enjoy my posts!

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