Top Tips When Buying a Trailer

Do you want to purchase a trailer? It might be that you need extra space to carry your camping gear, ATV or boat. The excerpt below discusses the various considerations you should make when buying a trailer. Types of Trailers Choose a trailer that suits your needs. Below are some types of trailers:  Flat-bed trailers are an ideal choice for people that want to transport earthmovers, ATVs and bikes. A utility trailer has sides and an open top. Read More 

Deciding On Whether Or Not To Tip Your Tow Truck Driver Or Operator

Should you tip that driver or operator from the tow truck company? You're under no obligation to tip the tow truck operator, which is why the answer to that question comes down to you. What has been your experience with the driver? Do you feel that the operator deserves the tip? To help you decide whether or not you should tip, and how much you should tip, here are a few factors to take into consideration. Read More 

How to Change a Flat Tire Safely on a Busy Road

Flat tires never happen at a convenient time. You will be dressed up and ready to get to your office or appointment on time when you hit that errant nail. Getting a flat tire on a busy road or highway can be challenging. With cars driving at high speeds, you should make sure that you are safe at all costs. How do you change your flat tire safely and get back on the road? Read More 

Avoid These Common Mistakes When Towing a Trailer

Towing a trailer might be needed if you are moving. It is important that you avoid these common mistakes so you don't end up with an accident while on the road. Not Calculating the Total Weight of the Load Your vehicle will have a maximum weight capacity, which means that is the absolute heaviest amount of weight it can tow at any given time. While you might have thought ahead to check the capacity, you need to know the total weight of the trailer and what is on the trailer. Read More 

When It’s Always Best to Call for Towing Services for Your Car

Calling a tow service may mean money out of your pocket and some inconvenience while you wait for them to arrive, but there are many times when it's best to rely on their services rather than try to drive your car. In some cases, you might make a situation worse and cause more damage and wind up paying more for needed repairs overall. Note when it's best to call for towing services for your car no matter the cost or wait time. Read More