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Winter Driving Tips from Your Local Towing Company in Langley

By Christian Thomson Posted November 29, 2018 In Langley Towing The owner of a Fraser Valley towing company is urging drivers to slow down this winter and smarten up after a tow truck driver suffered two broken legs in a collision on the side of Highway 1 in Abbotsford recently.

Accidents do happen but in the winter it can be very dangerous for cars and the first responders helping the victims of the accident. Highway 1 westbound near Whatcom Road was closed for several hours recently while police investigated the collision. There have been several accidents on the stretch of highway through Abbotsford and Chilliwack this summer and in the winter it is no better. Have you gotten into a winter driving accident, read our tips on what to do when your car breaks down. Since the new lanes were added on the highway #1 through Langley traffic is moving quicker and drivers do not leave enough room between cars for sudden stops. This winter, drivers need to slow down, move over to slow lane when they are not passing a car, and respect the weather driving conditions. Has your car just been towed? Here are some Langley Towing tips on what to when your car is towed. Two years ago a tow truck driver was clipped by a passenger-side mirror and suffered a concussion. These accidents can be avoided if drivers would slow down and take more care for the emergency responders helping out the people in distress. Learn more about our services:

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Contact Clover Towing your local towing company in Langley. We service Abbotsford and Surrey accidents as well.


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