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13 08, 2018

8 Most Common Reasons to Call a Tow Truck Company in Las Vegas

By |2019-08-25T09:33:10+00:00August 13th, 2018|Tips and Tricks|0 Comments

No one wants to find themselves in the position of needing to call a towing company in Las Vegas yet many do. Few things are as stressful and daunting as finding yourself stranded after an accident or another incident, especially if you're running late for work or picking up the kids and you have no one to call for help. Fast towing in Las Vegas offers an important lifeline, giving you somewhere to turn when you're dealing with serious car problems and need to get home or get your car to a mechanic. What you may not know is your local tow truck company in Las Vegas can provide a range of services. Along with towing your car, a towing company can deliver fuel, change a flat tire, solve a car lockout situation, and more. Here are the top reasons motorists call for car towing service and what you can expect. #1. Overheating Your car can overheat for many reasons, including a leak in the water pump, hose, or radiator or a bad fan belt. When your engine overheats and shuts off, you will find yourself stuck. Adding antifreeze or, if you don't have any, some water can temporarily cool off your engine and allow you to keep driving but it isn't a sure-fire strategy. If you can't get your car moving again, you'll need to call a tow truck company for help towing your car to a mechanic. #2. Ran Out of Gas Running out of gas can be [...]

11 08, 2018

How to Find Out Who Towed Your Car

By |2019-08-25T09:29:07+00:00August 11th, 2018|Tips and Tricks|0 Comments

Trying to figure out who towed your car? It definitely wasn't us! Priority Towing is a voluntary towing company in Las Vegas. That means we don't do impounding or repossessions. We only work with car owners who need a voluntary car towing service. Still, we understand what a nightmare it can be to leave a restaurant or store and find your car gone. A tow truck company in Las Vegas can only tow a car without your request if it was involved in an accident, you parked unlawfully on private or public property, or the police request the tow. Here's what you should know about finding out who towed your car and how to get it back. Was Your Car Towed? When you return to where you parked and find your car gone, your first thought may be that your car was stolen. Before jumping to conclusions, look around for "No Parking" signs or signs that detail parking restrictions. There are many reasons your car may have been towed such as: Blocking a handicap ramp Parking in a "Tow Zone" Blocking a fire hydrant Unlawfully parking on private property, such as a parking lot only for customers or an area marked "No Parking" Obstructing traffic How to Find Your Car Check around where you parked for a posted sign detailing parking regulations. In a parking lot or parking garage, the sign will usually have contact information for the car towing service the property owner or manager uses. The towing company [...]

7 08, 2018

How to Reduce the Risk of a Breakdown in the Summer

By |2019-08-25T09:30:31+00:00August 7th, 2018|Tips and Tricks|0 Comments

Everyone knows that Las Vegas gets hot in the summer. From June through July, it's not uncommon for temperatures to stay in the 90s or much higher with even scorching nighttime temperatures. The heat isn't just hard on people and pets; it can also put a lot of strain on your car. The good news is there are several steps you can take to reduce your risk of a breakdown during the summer and avoid a call for cheap towing in Las Vegas. Have Your Battery Tested Dead batteries are a common reason for motorists to call a tow truck company in Las Vegas for roadside assistance. It's a common misconception that car battery problems only occur in very cold climates but summer heat can be even worse on your battery. That's because vibration and heat are the biggest problems that cause internal breakdown of the battery and failure. While you can't do much about the heat, you can make sure your battery is secure to reduce vibration. Because the battery fluid evaporates faster in the summer, which can corrode connections and terminals, take the time to clear the corrosive build up on the clamps and terminals to make sure your battery will be able to start. If your battery is getting old, have it tested to figure out how much longer it should last. Make Sure Your Tires Are Inflated Like dead batteries, flat tires are a common cause for phone calls to our towing company in Las Vegas [...]