Thursday, October 20, 2016
Professional and skilled as we may be, there are still things you can do to help a professional calgary towing. Take note of these do’s and don’ts to get the best of the situation.
If you only have flat tires, then pull over on a shoulder along the road. This will keep the road clear for other motorists while you wait for help. An overheated engine should also be dealt with in the same manner, except you need to turn off the engine.
Turn The Engine Off And Get Out
If you are stuck in a ditch and the engine is still running, turn it off. There may be unseen damage to fuel or oil lines, so it is best to cut power to the engine. Also, get out of the vehicle and find some shade. Staying in the car is not advisable, because it might slip further or roll over, trapping you within.
Check For Kinds Of Damage
We understand that you would not call a towing Surprise without good reason, but it would certainly help if you could tell us the damage. Take note of impact areas, oil or fuel leaks, and radiator damage. These require special tools to make the car safe for towing or use, so it would help to know so we can bring only what is needed.
Know Your Car’s Weight
Make sure you know the weight of your vehicle on a full fuel tank. If you are carrying anything of significant weight in the car, add that to your weight estimate. We provide towing Surprise for many people, so having this information can help us assign the right tow vehicle.
No Riding In Vehicles Being Towed
In keeping with maintaining safety excellence and making our mark as a Surprise towing, we will not allow you to ride inside a vehicle that is being towed. It is not very dangerous so to speak, but it is uncomfortable at all.
City Towing Services
35 Harvest Oak Gate Northeast
Calgary Alberta T3K 4G8