It’s late–about ten o’clock on a Friday night. It’s pitch black outside, except for the occasional neon sign while passing a business on the side of the road. You’re on your way home from a night out with your friends. All of the sudden, your car is making a funny noise and rumbling a bit. Your car has been having a few issues lately, and now it’s preventing you from going where you need to be. You’ve got no choice but to pull over on the side of the road.
It’s never an ideal thing for our car to break down on us, especially when we’re out and about and it’s dark out. Imagine this situation happening to you. Are you prepared? Follow these suggestions for staying safe if your car breaks down while travelling.
Keep in mind that most insurance companies offer a roadside assistance package that you can purchase to help you in situations like this one.
By: KayLynn P.
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