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Ways to Avoid Drunk Driving Accidents During the Holidays

During the holiday season, you can have many celebrations on your social calendar. Whether you are a host or attending a meeting, social gathering, or other types of parties, you have plenty of chances to enjoy the festive spirit of the seasons and drink alcohol. Unfortunately, even though you should drink responsibly, you cannot control …

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Dead Car Battery? A Step-by-Step Guide to Jump Start a Car

We get it; trouble happens. Whether you left your lights on or straight-up left your car running all night (which happens more than you’d expect), your battery is now dead. However, if you’re a safe driver prepared for instances like this, you keep emergency equipment in your trunk—and jumper cables are one of them. If …

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The 7th Most Dangerous Job in America

During the early morning hours of January 4th, 2019, tow truck driver Keith Holt, 46, was struck and killed in a hit-and-run collision on the shoulder of I-20. He was assisting a woman with a stalled vehicle on the side of the highway, the standard procedure for tow truck drivers, when the white Nissan Altima swerved into the right lane shoulder. This workplace condition was common for Holt, and is a regular work environment for a tow truck operator; a job more dangerous than one might think.

Drowsy Drivers After Daylight Saving Time

There are certain times of year when tow truck drivers are busier and one of those times has to do with time itself. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), forty percent more drivers are involved in automobile accidents during Daylight Saving Time which results in about 100,000 more accidents across the country. With many more drivers on the road, heavily populated areas such as Arlington, Dallas, and Fort Worth, can make the demand for a tow truck go up each spring and fall when Daylight Saving Time occurs.