You never know when you might need Roadside assistance. Vehicles seem to break down when we least expect it. You can't choose the time and place for your vehicle break down. But you do have a choice in towing services and Waco towing should be your first choice. When your car suddenly leaves you stranded on the side of the road choose Waco towing roadside service and tow trucks. Waco towing is your one call answer for fast, affordable, roadside assistance.
Unlike the big national auto clubs that charge membership fees, with Waco towing you only pay for what you need when you need it. No matter what kind of vehicle problem sidelines you, Waco Towing offers the best roadside assistance services in central Texas to get you on your way quickly.
We offer 24/7 roadside assistance services. Our charges vary depending on the service you need but we do not have any hidden charges. You will know what you will pay be charged before you order. With towing service available in the Waco, Woodway, Hewitt, Robinson, and Bellmead area, Waco Towing can get you back on the road faster than other local towing services.
How Much Do Waco towing's Roadside Services cost?
If you are worried about how much roadside assistance will costs because you don’t have roadside service insurance coverage, don’t worry. Instead call Waco towing for a free fast quote. Or just fill out the free quote form on this page and get an instant quote on the type of service you need. One of our towing experts will provide you with a free quote. Our comprehensive towing services is fast and affordable. Waco towing guarantees customer satisfaction and low prices.
The cost for roadside assistance depends on what service you need and where you are. But by calling us or filling out the free quote request form, we can tell you what equipment and service you will need, and what it will cost. You can depend on us for fast help.
24-hours 7 days a week Roadside service
We know that roadside service is a round-the-clock need. You never know when you may need roadside assistance. You situation may be for a problem as simple as being locked out of your vehicle, or your car might have a dead battery. You might just have a flat tire and you need help changing the tire.
It is dangerous trying to Change a tire on the side of the road. Especially at night or in the rain when the ground is slippery and can get soft or unstable. With Waco Towing, one call is all you need for fast, reliable, safe, and efficient roadside assistance. Waco towing provides comprehensive towing and roadside services in the Waco, Woodway, Hewitt, and Bellmead area. Because Waco towing is equipped with the best state-of-the-art tow trucks, tools, and professional team of vehicle technicians, we are able to help any motorists in need of assistance.
What To Do If Your Brakes Go Out
If you have ever experienced your brakes suddenly giving up while you are driving you know just how scary a brake failure is. Trying to slow down when your brakes are not working is extremely difficult and terrifying.
Many people assume that a brake failure will never happen to them. But even if you have your vehicle serviced regularly and the brakes and brake fluid level checked, you should still be prepared to handle an unexpected no brakes emergency. knowing how to handle the sudden loss of the vehicles brakes can save your life and prevent serious possible injury to others around you. It is every drivers responsibility to be a safe and courteous driver. Therefore, It’s a good idea to understand what to do if your brakes fail.
It is very important to familiarize yourself with the procedures for dealing with a loss of braking power or a total loss of the brakes.
If you ever lose your brakes don't panic and immediately lift your foot off the gas pedal. Then try the brakes again by pumping them with your foot and leg strength. Sometimes brake fluid lines get clogged by dirt or even air bubbles. Pumping the brakes can force whatever is blocking the brake fluid lines out. The brakes need hydraulic brake fluid to activate the brake caliper pistons which press the brake pads against the rotors which are bolted to your vehicle wheels. Pumping the brake may force out the clog and restore brake fluid and braking power to the brake system.
If pumping the brakes does not work, then carefully engage the emergency parking brake just a little bit at a time until the car slows enough to safely pull over onto the side of the road. Do not suddenly pull or yank the emergency brake up to it's maximum position because you could cause your vehicle to go into a skid and spin. The emergency brake does not rely on hydraulic brake fluid. The emergency or parking brake is mechanical and is actuated by a cable that is connected to your emergency brake. Pull it up slowly and carefully if you have a emergency brake handle or press it down gradually if you have the foot pedal type of emergency brake. Then turn on your emergency hazard lights. They will flash and warn other vehicles to go around you.
Another way you can help slow the vehicle down is by shifting into a lower gear. This is called downshifting and will slow the vehicle down. This technique is also called engine braking but it is the lower gearing in the vehicle transmission that will slow the vehicle down rather than the engine. Always try to pull over as far as you can to the side of the road so you are out of the way of traffic. After you are safely out of harms way on the shoulder of the road stay in your vehicle and call for help.
Call Waco towing for help: 254-875-5254
Or fill out the free quick quote form on this page