U.S. Suspends Truck-Driving Limits to Speed Coronavirus Shipments

U.S. highway-safety regulators are suspending rules that limit daily driving hours for truck drivers moving emergency supplies such as medical equipment, hand sanitizer and food in response to the nationwide coronavirus outbreak. The Transportation Department’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the nationwide exemption late Friday, following President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency over… Keep Reading

It’s almost time to Spring Forward!

  Here’s a reminder to set your clock forward for Daylight Savings Time, starting on Sunday, March 8th, 2020. You may not even need this reminder, unless you have wall clocks in your house, because most devices are so smart these days, they just automatically change themselves once the time change goes in to effect.… Keep Reading

How Much Should You Exercise Each Day?

Shared by the Mayo Clinic For most healthy adults, the Department of Health and Human Services recommends these exercise guidelines: Aerobic activity. Get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic activity a week, or a combination of moderate and vigorous activity. The guidelines suggest that you spread out… Keep Reading

Looking for a New Car?

According to data gathered from Google searches from the past year regarding different vehicles and models to see which were searched for the most.  The data shows most Americans are looking into buying a Tesla. (Really? Not sure I believe that ..) The most searched brands are BMW, Toyota, Tesla, Honda, Ford. The most searched… Keep Reading

How’s Your Winter Been So Far

In some parts of the country Winter just couldn’t wait to get started. More than four feet of snow fell in some parts, here in Maryland we’ve had a few dustings, but not much. A bad winter usually means good business for towing companies because motorists ignore weather advisories and warnings, and end up stranded.… Keep Reading

Why Is My Car Insurance So High?

According to Insurance.com, insurance company analysts identify 11 things that are generally used to set your insurance rates. Type of car Vehicle cost Car size Theft history of vehicle type Location (where you live) Your driving record Driving experience Annual mileage driven Your age Your credit history Your gender. So yes, that bright red sports… Keep Reading

Do You YouTube?

The popularity of YouTube has grown to staggering proportions. Searching Google we find some YouTube factoids. The first video was uploaded to YouTube on April 23rd, 2005. YouTube went from zero to 1 billion viewers in a decade. It has 1.9 billion users worldwide. 79% of internet users say they have a YouTube account. 500… Keep Reading

WELCOME TO THE INTERNATIONAL TOWING & RECOVERY MUSEUM

It all started more than 20 years ago when a group of dedicated towing professionals, the Friends of Towing, decided to recognize outstanding individuals in the towing and recovery industry worldwide, record the industry’s history, collect and display artifacts and memorabilia in a museum setting, and provide information about the industry to the public. The… Keep Reading

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