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It happens to everybody at some point.  Maybe they run over a rock in a strange way and their tire goes flat.  Maybe it’s cold outside and their battery is a old so it finally goes dead.  Maybe the person didn’t realize they haven’t taken their car in to get checked in a long time and it just breaks down.  Whatever the case, it’s never any fun to have your car break down.

People may think they know what to do when their car breaks down, but more times than not, they actually don’t really know what to do.  If you have a AAA membership, then the first thing you should do is call them.  They will fix you up right away because that is what you paid for and that is what you are going to get.

If you don’t have a AAA membership, then the first thing you should realize is that you shouldn’t panic.  There is always going to be a solution.  No matter where you are or what the situation is, there’s going to be a solution and panicking will only make matters worse.

Don’t try to fix the car yourself if you aren’t 100% experienced and sure of what you are doing.  This is especially true when we are talking about jumping a car battery.  If you aren’t careful there, you could put one end onto the wrong side and blow your engine up.  The cost of making a mistake there is just too high to justify doing it yourself if you don’t know what you are doing.

The best thing to do if you need roadside assistance is simply to call us.  We are very responsive, so when you call we will answer, or at least we will give you a call back right away.  We can walk you through what to do and we will also send an experienced driver out to your location right away.

That’s about it!  Don’t panic, give us a call, and you’ll be well on your way to getting back out on the road.

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