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Most people DO NOT seem to realize that being a tow truck operator can be a very dangerous job. We can vow in good faith that every year way too many than several tow truck operators along with police officers and unaware simple drivers/citizens, broken down on this country's highways, die by unattentive/careless driving of other passing motorists. Many more get hurt and even if they survive their lives are being changed forever...Therefore we cannot stress hard enough just how important it is for everyone behind the wheel to be permanently aware of their surroundings. Not just minding for other cars or trucks, but peoples as well.

Hoping at least that this time around the point is beeing successfully passed on to you..., let's just review a very recent tragic incident, barely and tersely only mentioned by various news agencies. You may call it "ill fate" and move on for a lack of a better chance/word... !!! We would suggest instead to pause and reflect back to your own self! Just how many perils do we have have to face off each and every moment of our lives?...

We believe that at least behaving curteously and civilized/mature while we share a roadway can go a long way down any road we take in our lives.


Reproduced as reported by The Canadian Press on Thu, April 16, 2009:

B.C. police warn drivers to secure belongings after woman killed by laptop.

SURREY, B.C. - Mounties in Surrey, B.C., say a woman who died in a car accident last month appears to have been killed by her laptop computer.

Heather Storey, 25, was driving to work March 16 when her vehicle was hit by a tow truck. Storey's laptop was sitting unsecured in her back seat and RCMP spokesman Sgt. Roger Morrow says the vehicle's abrupt stop sent the computer flying into the back of Storey's head. The force of the blow was so severe that it shattered the computer's screen and bent the frame.

The coroner determined that Storey died as a result of blunt force trauma.

Morrow says investigators believe the accident was survivable and that police are warning the public to secure their belongings while driving.


The following is therefore intended only to offer a little advice from this tow company to help get you home safe and sound, whether or not your vehicle lets you down.


Before you get in your car:
Driving:
Breaking down:

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