3 Simple Rules To Follow Before Before And During A Sightseeing Drive Through A Mountainous Area

Posted on: 17 July 2017
Whether it is the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky or the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, the United States has some pretty amazing mountain regions to travel as a motorist. For many travelers, a day trip to a mountain area is perfectly within reach and can make a really good road trip to keep the family entertained. While mountain sightseeing tours as a motorist have their rewards without a doubt, they can also be strenuous on your vehicle.
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Worried About Your Teen Driver's First Out-Of-State Trip? How Can You Prepare?

Posted on: 17 April 2017
If your teenage driver has plans to drive him or herself out of state for a college visit, concert with friends, or other event, you may find yourself battling worries. Even if your teen drives on a daily basis at home, being in an unfamiliar area (and potentially faster and more aggressive drivers than he or she is used to at home) can bring challenges you may not be sure your teen is ready to face.
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What Are The Marks Of A Good Tow Truck Service?

Posted on: 11 April 2017
Each tow truck service varies in quality, and if you find yourself in need of a good tow truck service, you probably don't have a lot of time to do research. So, here are some ways to quickly tell whether a tow truck service is of a good quality.  They Have Good Ratings Tow truck services should have good ratings compared to their local competitors. Keep in mind that tow truck companies often catch people on a bad day, so it's probably rare to find a tow truck service that has a five star rating.
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When You've Been In An Accident: Tips For While You Wait For A Tow Truck To Arrive

Posted on: 3 April 2017
If you've been in a car accident and your car needs to be picked up by a tow truck, there are a number of things you can do to keep you and your vehicle safe while you wait for the tow truck to arrive. If possible, pull your car over to the side of the road, turn on your hazard lights, and use basic safety equipment to alert other drivers that you are stuck on the side of the road.
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