Truck drivers understand the risks that come with spending their days and nights on the road. They know that a roadside breakdown can occur at any time, and they realize the importance of having 24 hour roadside service for trucks crisscrossing the country day and night.
Having a plan to handle roadside emergencies is a must for trucking companies, and most companies will turn to a roadside service provider for help. In evaluating roadside service providers, trucking company operators should consider the types of services offered, the availability and response time, the process for reporting a breakdown, and the cost saving factors.
Types of Services
Most roadside service providers offer a range of emergency services that can include towing and recovery, mechanical repairs, and tire and key services. Many of them will also have various on-site facility repairs, fleet management, and inspection programs.
Availability and Response Time
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