When your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere, it can be a frightening and frustrating experience. If you don't have anyone to call when you need help, it can frustrate you even more. A few months ago, my truck quit on the way to work. Since I work and live in a rural area, finding someone to give me a lift to the city isn't always easy. Luckily, my employer sent a tow truck driver to help me out. The driver towed my car to a shop in town to get it repaired. The driver also offered a few tips on how to stay safe in a rural area. If you need advice or information about towing, read my blog. I show you how to keep cool under tough situations and what to do when you need towing help. Thanks for visiting.
4 May 2016
As an owner-operator who spends a lot of time on the road, you might think that paying for a roadside assistance plan is a smart use of resources and a good way to prevent yourself from being stranded. However, there is a chance that it might not be worth it after all. These are a few reasons why. You May Not Be Able to Use it in All Areas Depending on the type of driving that you do, there is a chance that you might not be able to use the plan when you need it.