Back Roads: How Towing Services Can Be A Lifesaver

Back Roads: How Towing Services Can Be A Lifesaver

  • What to do while waiting for a tow truck

    When your vehicle breaks down and you are waiting for a towing service to arrive, it is important that you practice precaution. You don't want to put yourself or others in jeopardy by not following the rules. Here are some things to be sure you do when you are waiting for the tow truck driver. Know Where to Wait It is important that you not stand outside of the vehicle if you are stopped on the highway or another fast-moving street.

  • Bushfire Evacuations: What Do You Do If Your Car Breaks Down While Evacuating?

    A Perth woman had the unfortunate experience of breaking down on a detour route that was in place because of bush fires. While she was not in any danger, it does raise the question of whether you would know what to do if your car broke down while you were evacuating from bushfire danger. Australia has had bushfires that have burned thousands of hectares at a time, so it is important you know how to deal with all aspects of bushfire danger, including evacuations.

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Back Roads: How Towing Services Can Be A Lifesaver

Hi there! Brenton here. I'm a bit of an adventurer and I've actually driven around Australia three times. From the Nullarbor Plains to the Gulf, I have driven on some seriously bad roads. After my first trip, I learnt that despite my bush mechanic skills, I can't always fix vehicles. I've become quite an amateur expert on how to avoid breakdowns as well as the best towing services to access when all else fails. I have lots of other mates who like going off the beaten track and I'm always giving them tips in case they need to be towed for assistance. Australia is a vast country with lots of isolated patches, so it's best to be prepared. I hope this blog gives you an insight into the best towing services and shows you how they can be a lifesaver in desperate circumstances. Please drive in!