Carson City Towing

Carson City Towing
Carson City Towing is listed in the Auto Towing category in Carson City, Nevada. Displayed below are the social networks for Carson City Towing which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Carson City Towing on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Carson City Towing offers Auto Towing services in Carson City NV.

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Carson City Towing has an overall ZapScore of 74. This means that Carson City Towing has a higher ZapScore than 74% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Carson City, Nevada is 35 and in the Auto Towing category is 17. Learn more about ZapScore

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The Nevada Highway Patrol is teaming up with local Law Enforcement agencies to educate motorists on seatbelt usage. The Click it or Ticket campaign runs from May 10th through May 31st. Any person who is driving and all passengers 6 years of age or older and weighing more than 60 pounds must wear a seat belt. Any child less than 6 years of age AND who weighs less than 60 pounds must ride in a federally approved child restraint system. Also, it is always safest for children under 13 years old to sit in the back seat….even short trips from home. Seat belt citations carry a $75.00 fine after court and administration fees. A citation for an unrestrained child is significantly higher. However, this is far less than the cost of a crash if they are unbelted. Memorial Day weekend, traditionally associated with the beginning of the summer travel season, is quickly approaching, and the message is worth repeating: Seat belts save lives. The Nevada Highway Patrol would like to remind you that it only takes 2 seconds to buckle up. It could save your life! When you're not wearing your seat belt, you're risking serious injury or death. Life is not like a TV show or a movie, there are no rewinding and no do-overs. In real life, you don't get a second chance! This Click it or Ticket campaign is funded through the Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety. “Click it or Ticket” is a national program sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It is the country’s most successful seat belt enforcement campaign ever. For more information on Joining Forces and other statewide traffic safety programs, please visit Follow Zero Fatalities Nevada on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and @ZeroFatalitiesNV.

Scotty Miller on the scene for another DUI accident tow.

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WINTER DRIVING TIPS: Winter driving can be risky, so a safety refresher now can help prevent headaches later. The Sheriff's Office see too many crashes from drivers not slowing down in winter conditions. We ask that drivers slow down, wear their seatbelts and turn off their cruise control. Statistical data showed that as many as 800 car accidents statewide were caused by unsafe driving behaviors in wet and snowy conditions last year. The Sheriff’s Office is asking drivers to remember the three “P”s of safe winter driving: Prepare before you leave; Protect yourself; and Prevent an auto accident. PREPARE: Travel in winter weather only when necessary. Leave enough time to safely reach your destination and plan your route to avoid snowy/icy areas and steep hills. Check weather and road conditions by dialing 511 in Nevada. Maintain your car: check your battery, tire tread, windshield wipers, levels of no-freeze fluid in the washer reservoir and your antifreeze. Maintain a high fuel level in your gas tank. Keep a basic winter travel kit in the car: chains, a flashlight, jumper cables, shovel, snowbrush, ice scraper, water, road flares and a blanket. PROTECT: Turn on your lights to increase your visibility to other motorists. Avoid quick starts, stops and fast turns. Accelerate, brake and steer smoothly and gradually. Reduce Speed. Speed limits are based on normal road and weather conditions, not winter road conditions. Don’t slam on brakes. Apply steady pressure on ABS-equipped vehicles and pump the brakes if necessary on non-ABS vehicles. Keep additional distance from other vehicles. Don’t pass without good distance and sight clearance. Avoid using cruise control in inclement weather. Use extra caution on bridges, ramps, overpasses and shady areas; they may freeze first. Comply with all posted chain requirements. Watch carefully for snow removal equipment. If vehicle begins to skid, steer in direction of slide and slowly remove foot from accelerator. PREVENT: Before driving, place your cell phone in the glove box where you won’t be tempted to use it while driving. Or you can simply turn off your phone when driving. Remove snow and ice from all car windows, mirrors, lights, turn signals and license plates. Snow can fall off onto your windshield while driving or can fly into the path of another car, significantly reducing visability. Make sure vehicle exhaust system is clear of snow when parked. If you plan on drinking, designate a sober driver. Avoid fatigue. Get plenty of rest before a trip. Try to stop every three hours and rotate drivers if possible. If your vehicle has snow tires, install and use them between October 1 and April 30. If parked or stuck in snow, leave window slightly cracked for ventilation.

Hours: Open 24 hours.

Services: Towing Service, Roadside Assistance, Flatbed Towing, Fuel Delivery, Tire Change and Repair, Long Distance Towing.

Carson City Towing 5060 US Highway 50 E Carson City, NV 89701 Phone: (775) 883-2524 Website: