Markham, Ontario — May 29, 2014 — People can face the problem of their vehicle breaking down at any time, whether it’s day or night. And to help people in case of a sudden car breakdown, the Towing Markham is now offering low-cost roadside services. Markham residents can take advantage of the company’s services and rest assured they will receive instant assistance, including collision recovery, breakdown assistance, and towing away to the service and repair centre. The company says its services are efficient, and in offering them the company makes sure that residents can travel in their cars throughout Markham without being concerned about their vehicle’s sudden collapse. In any case, the company says its maintenance and repair specialists take a few minutes to reach the customer’s location. “One call at our centralized helpline number and we will be at the place to offer our assistance,” says the company. The company maintains that a sudden car breakdown in the middle of a journey is very annoying for car owners. No matter how well-maintained or new a car is, one can never predict when a vehicle may come across a sudden halt to trouble the car owners or its passengers. However, the clients of the Markham towing company would always have an advantage of availing their expert services, the company says. They offer tire change, lockout services, rollbacks and jump-start services, toolbox transport and towing services offering their clients a complete peace of mind in case they come across an unfortunate car breakdown in the midst of their journey. Towing Markham ensures fast and reliable services to all the Markham residents by creating several teams of vehicle repair and maintenance specialists. They work day and night to make sure that their clients have a pleasing and smooth driving experience throughout the Markham. To learn more about their services, or to inquire into a free consultation, please visit TowingMarkham.com.
Toronto, Ontario — The Ontario division of CAA, along with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Provincial Towing Association