With fuel prices continuing to be on the rise, many consumers have turned to the purchase of EVs (electric vehicles) to avoid multiple trips to the pump. And while these vehicles are excellent at helping drivers save some much-needed pennies, they operate in a very different way compared to diesel or gasoline-powered vehicles. Among the ways they’re different involves how they’re towed in the event of mechanical failure or an accident.(more…)
The new year is here, and it's a great time to make a few resolutions for self-improvement. Then again, what if it’s your vehicle that needs the most work?
If that’s the case, we invite you to consider some of these new year’s resolutions for your car, and finally get ahead of the vehicular power curve.
Accidents can and will happen. However, there’s a great feeling of relief when a tow truck shows up to transport your vehicle to a location where it can be serviced and made to run again. While this is all well and good, you might be concerned about getting home afterward. With your primary method of transportation out of commission for the time being, what do you do? With a towing service transporting your vehicle, you might be wondering about who will be transporting you.(more…)
Drivers often get towing and roadside assistance confused with one another, as it is easy to mix up the two terms. Knight’s Towing explains the differences so that you can get a clear understanding of each service.(more…)
Everything is wonderful when things go smoothly. Of course, we know bumps along the highway of life are unavoidable. If you are ever in a situation where your automobile decides to conk out, Knight's Towing shares important steps for having it towed safely.(more…)
There's no denying the fact that accidents will happen. And while most people are responsible adults who will exchange information and make sure everyone is ok afterward, hit-and-run accidents happen every year. While no accident is looked forward to, we'll be going over the basic information of what to do if you find yourself on the receiving end of one.(more…)
If you are a classic-car enthusiast, you may have one or two vintage cars in your possession. Whether you're fixing up these cars or showing them in the next local classic car show, you may need to transport the vehicles. Here is why you need classic car towing for your vintage vehicle:(more…)
It's true--accidents can happen. And they happen more often than we'd like them to. All over the internet, you'll find no shortage of self-help guides on what to do when your vehicle breaks down. However, we're going to change up the typical formula today. Instead of telling you what you SHOULD do, we're going to go over what you should avoid doing. It's easy to go into panic mode, but following these guidelines will allow you to avoid considerable problems.(more…)
Whether you’re traveling by car or motorcycle, there’s always a risk of something going wrong. No matter how confident we are in our vehicle there is still some chance of something acting up or breaking down. Just like there’s a risk of breaking down yourself, there’s also a possibility of running into someone that’s stranded on the road. If you’re ever in this situation here are 4 things to consider doing if you see a stranded motorist that may need your help.(more…)
You pass a lot of vehicles during your daily commute. Cars, SUVs, and pickups, but the ones that should always be revered and respected for their necessary function are tow trucks. While they’re essential to helping motorists out and allowing those who have been in accidents to get to safety, there’s a great deal of misinformation regarding their importance. Many drivers see them as mammoths that hinder traffic and are a pain to get stuck behind. Despite fulfilling a necessary function, many drivers are blissfully unaware of how vital they are. Here are three things to do if you see one on the road.(more…)