RV Trailer Towing – RV Roadside Assistance
RV Trailer Towing
Attaching an RV trailer correctly and performing regular checkups during a trip are two easy ways to prevent a towing. In the event of a breakdown, drivers will need to have someone to call for towing or roadside car assistance.
Before setting off on your RV trip, drivers should be sure to double check the tire pressure in both the towing vehicle and the trailer. Follow the tire manufacturer’s recommendations for the pressure to weight ratio and remember to account for the primary vehicle’s full gas tank.
For general driving safety, always check the break and direction lights on the trailer before you hit the road. Whenever stops are needed for a break or to refill the gas tank, the driver should check the connections again and look for other common issues.
Call for RV Trailer Towing or Maintenance
Carrying a cell phone and car hook-up are essential for calling for RV trailer towing on the road. Drivers should be sure that they have the option either to call for a towing or to request a mechanic. For small troubles like battery failure or a flat, it can often be faster to have roadside assistance come and perform the repair.
As trips become longer or venture into other countries in North America, subscribers need to be sure that the protection program will follow them. The subscription should cover the cost of RV trailer towing regardless of distance to the nearest qualified repair facility and what time the trouble is called in.
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