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3 Things Every New Driver Should Know About Towing Companies

As a new driver, you may not have given much thought about what you should know when it comes to towing companies. After all, you don’t expect to be stranded on the side of the road anytime soon, right? However, it’s always important to be prepared for the worst, and knowing a few things about towing companies in the event that an incident occurs is a good idea.

  • You can hire a towing company for more than just regular towing. 

Locked your keys inside your car? Need a fuel delivery or a jump start? Your local towing company can probably help you out with those. While towing companies are primarily known for their towing services, there are lots of situations where they can offer roadside assistance besides regular towing. Keep this in mind!

  • Towing companies are available for non-emergency towing, too.

Yes, of course, you can and should call a towing company in the event that your car unexpectedly breaks down or malfunctions. However, towing companies also offer non-emergency towing! If you need large objects shifted, your local towing company may be your best bet.

  • Tow truck drivers are often trained to help you get your car started without needing a tow.

While towing professionals are equipped and ready to help you move your vehicle to the nearest garage, they also are often trained to help you figure out the issue at hand. Tow truck drivers may be able to help you get your vehicle started without a tow.

While these three facts about towing companies are integral for new drivers to know, they’re also great tidbits of knowledge that any driver should have in their arsenal. Additionally, check out this article for tips on how to choose the right towing company to fit your needs.

If you ever find yourself in need of any light or heavy-duty towing services, emergency roadside assistance, or towing equipment, call Tow Pro by dialing 615.256.TOWS(8697). We’re available 24/7 and happy to help!

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