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Here are some helpful tips for when you need to call a towing service.

  Schedule pickup/tow

1.Phoenix Custom Towing L.L.C. will schedule YOUR vehicle tow/pickup at a time that is convenient for you. So, the next time you need a tow in the middle of the night or after a Arizona monsoon storm, call Phoenix Custom Towing L.L.C. Then, have someone pick you up so you are not by the roadside in the middle of the night or in bad weather. They'll  bring your vehicle to a destination of your choice.

2.Need towing service? Call Phoenix Custom Towing for your towing needs. Most Auto Insurance Road Service Programs reimburse for towing.

3.In an accident and need your vehicle towed? Just tell the police officer you want to use Phoenix Custom Towing and your vehicle will be towed to a repair shop of your choice.

    What to do after a car accident:

(Consumer Reports Car Safety 2011)

5 essential tips for dealing with a fender bender

Whatever your reactions after a car accident, it’s vital to keep a clear head. These five steps could reduce the risk of further damage or injury, prevent hassles, and save you money later on. 

1.If possible, move your car out of traffic and turn on its flashers. Put out warning triangles or flares if you have them. Then stand a safe distance away while you talk to other drivers or wait for help.

2.Double-check yourself and your passengers to make sure no one is hurt. Even a fender bender might have caused an injury that’s not noticeable right away. Summon medical help if there is any doubt.

3.Call the police, especially if there has been substantial damage or anyone is injured or acting confrontational. Ask for the investigating officer’s name and contact information and for the accident report number so that you can follow up.

4.Obtain the name, address, phone number, driver’s license number, plate number, and insurance information of any other drivers involved in the accident, along with the names of anyone with injuries and any witnesses. But don’t argue over who is at fault or admit blame.

5.If possible, take photos of the scene (a cell-phone camera can come in handy) or draw a diagram showing the cars positions. Contact your insurer right away.

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