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4 Things You'll Get With a Roadside Service Program

If your car breaks down on the highway in the middle of the night, forcing you to call a tow-truck to get you somewhere safe, you will pay a huge price for that service. But if you're part of a roadside service program, you may not have to pay anything at all, depending on the kind of benefits you have. Here are some of the reasons to consider enrolling in one of these car service programs.

Flat Tire Service 

If your car tire blows out, a roadside service program will send a technician out to where your car is stalled. They will either apply an emergency seal over the hole in your tire or replace the tire with your spare and follow you to the nearest service station. Flat tires are among the most common car issues that strands motorists, so having the protection of roadside service is important, especially if you don't happen to have a spare tire in your boot.

Battery Service  

When your battery dies or is undercharged, which means it can't keep your engine sparked, a roadside service program like Dyno Tow can dispatch an auto mechanic to your aid. The mechanic will bring a device that measures the electrical charge in your battery, to determine if he can charge the battery, or if it's dead.

If the battery can be charged, the mechanic will provide that charge and follow your vehicle to the nearest service station. If the battery is dead, he will load your car onto his tow truck and transport it and you to an auto garage.

Fuel Service 

Running out of petrol, happens more often than you think, especially if you're one of those drivers who believes in the myth of a 'reserve tank,' so you ignore the flashing 'low fuel' sign for kilometres. With roadside service, someone will drive to your location with a litre of petrol to fill your tank, which should be enough to get you to the nearest gas station.

In some instances, the roadside service technician can bring more than a litre if you have a truck or SUV with a large tank, but you may have to pay an additional fee if you require more than a litre of petrol to get your vehicle started again.

Locksmith Service 

If you lock yourself out of your vehicle, your roadside service program can send a locksmith out to your location to get you back into your car. Auto locksmiths are experts at manipulating locks for entry. They can also make new keys on-site, if your car key has snapped off inside the lock of your vehicle.


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