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How To Remain Safe While Waiting For Roadside Assistance

When it comes to roadside assistance, you want all of your experiences to be good ones. However, there are some horror stories out there that make you cringe. Thankfully, most of these stories have nothing to do with the roadside assistance company, and everything to do with what happens before the tow truck arrives. If you ever find yourself needing roadside assistance, here is how to remain safe while waiting for the towing truck to arrive.

Owning A High Pickup For The Vertically Challenged

Owning a truck is not just for the tall and rugged. Those who are short in stature can appreciate the capabilities of a truck. Sometimes you may need a truck in order to tow and haul, especially if you do this on a regular basis. For others, having a truck means being able to cart around business tools which are necessary for work. If you are vertically challenged and you find that you have issues getting into and operating trucks, here are some things you can do to make large pickups easier for you.

How To Read Your Vehicle's Tire Treads To Determine Alignment And Tire Inflation Problems

If you just had a new set of tires installed on your car, then it is important you monitor their tread wear for the tell-tale signs of a problem. Irregular wear patterns will tell you everything you need to know about a problem before you can feel it while driving down the road. By inspecting the treads on your new tires every month, you can determine if there is a problem that needs to be rectified before your tires become permanently damaged.

Collision Repair: 4 Things You Should Know As A Car Owner

While no one hopes to be a vehicle accident, it happens sometimes. If you were involved in an accident and it caused damage to the outside of your vehicle, you are probably going to have to take it to an auto body repair shop for collision repair. Usually, your insurance company will be involved in this process, and may even take over, but there are four things that you should know as the car owner:

4-Step Safety Checklist For Loading An Occupied Wheelchair Into Your Van

If you have a loved one who is confined to a wheelchair, you may have purchased a special wheelchair van in which you can take them places. If so, use the safety checklist below to make sure you safely load your family member into the van. Step 1:  Examine The Lift While Lowering It To The Ground As you lower the van's lift to the ground, examine it carefully as it moves.