What to do if your car breaks down

It’s always in the back of every driver’s mind: What if my car breaks down and leaves me stranded. While we may make every effort to take care of our vehicles, sometimes it isn’t enough to prevent the inevitable car break down.

If your car is ever stuck on the road, it may be anxiety provoking but you must remain calm. Remember that it’s best to stay inside your vehicle if your car breaks down and to call for help from your roadside assistance service provider or a towing company if possible.

Also, bear in mind that when you’re on the road it’s always best to have a charged phone with you for automobile trouble or other emergencies. It may also be wise to invest in a car charger for your phone so you can ensure that it will always have power.

If, for whatever reason, you don’t have a phone, be very careful when exiting the vehicle to look for help as you may put yourself at a great risk of being struck by a moving vehicle. This is especially true if you’re stranded on a shoulder of a busy highway or a dark road.

With a call to a roadside service provider like Abrams Towing in the Halton region, however, you can be sure that you’ll be safe and sound in no time. In fact, Abrams Towing customers have reported that they received service within 10 minutes of their call for assistance. So whether your car ran out of gas, needs a boost or needs to be towed, Abrams Towing can help.

For those who subscribe to roadside assistance plans from Asurion, CAA, Home & Auto, Sykes or Allstate, you may receive

Abrams Towing service if you call your provider for help. For those who do not have a roadside assistance plan, remember to call

Abrams Towing at 905-335-4080, 905-827-3286 or toll-free at 1-866-353-7297 if your vehicle breaks down on the road. To learn more about them, visit Abrams Towing on the web.

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