Stuck Roadside? Who can help? WE CAN
Are you stuck? Whether you know hat the problem is or not, if you need someone to come help you and your vehicle out, here we are.
Giving us a few quick details on the nature of the issue will help us best prepare to help you ASAP.
If you don't know what's wrong, just answer a few quick questions about your vehicle, the vehicle condition, and your location.
Road names, landmarks, and mile markers are also great information to supply our roadside assist team.
We know you are busy and don't want to wait on the roadside for help. When you call us you can be assured we will assist you as soon as possible. 24/7 emergency teams are here to support you live your best life. Car issues can be frustrating but getting you safe and on your way to living your priorities can be quick and easy with the right team.
We strive to be that roadside assistance team with a service quality that is above and beyond.
We understand that an essential service should be affordable and hassle free. This is why we made this organization what it is. We were frustrated at poor service quality for non-medical emergency roadside assistance.
You don't have to be limited in your capacity to live your best life and fulfill your most important responsibilities because of vehicle issues. We can get you sorted out and safe again.
What to look for in your car:
Do you have a spare/safety tire?
Why is it wise to check fluid levels?
And how do I do it?
Is it inflated and ready to use incase you get a flat?
Spare tires are usually hidden away in the back of a car. Sometimes you access it from a trapdoor style opening in the trunk, In other cases it can be accessed by loosening a bolt in the boot area which allows it to pop out from underneath.
4x4 crawlers usually have a wheel holder very easily visible and accessible on the rear of the vehicle or the roof.
Having the wheel is step one.
Knowing how to get it out and onto the car is the next most important part. This involves using a jack and lug-nut tool.
See this video below for more a step by step guide
Checking that your spare tire has good tire pressure should be done frequently and especially before long road trips.
The fluids in your car not only get you where you want to go. They don't just keep the car running smoothly with great longevity. They also keep you, and other road users, safe and comfortable. Brake fluid, power steering, coolant, gasoline, etc. They all serve to get you around safely and keep the vehicle operating.
Before any long road trip, especially somewhere where there won't be much for cell service or mechanics around the corner, check the following:
or your vehicle won't start
Many service shops around the city can provide a cheap or free battery inspection with a computer diagnostics device. They will also inspect the terminals and clean them or make adjustments if needed. I highly recommend doing this every few months or if the car is not starting well/reliably.