Kings Towing Roadside Assistance Service Makes Waves In San Antonio, TX

December 06, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - San Antonio-based towing provider, Kings Towing is making a name for itself in the area of roadside assistance service in San Antonio, TX. Many stranded drivers who received immediate rescue and help for their stalled vehicles from the company are giving positive feedback on the company’s reliable and affordable services.

“No matter how careful you drive, some things just happen. Your vehicle can blow up a tire or simply conks out because of natural wear and tear. When this happens, You’ll be glad to have Kings Towing that you can’t always count on for help on the road,” says Eddie Mcleary, a resident of Adkins.

Mathew Stephens, the official representative of the company, “We are streamlining our roadside assistance by providing our customers with all possible communication channels to reach our company.” The company’s hotline number (210) 702-3031 is open 24-7 to received distress calls from stranded drivers. In addition, the company has also launched a newly renovated website which provides an online messaging system, which customers can use to contact them.

What makes the company far superior to other tow providers is its ability to arrive at the customer’s location faster. This means shorter wait times for stranded motorists which can be upsetting and disappointing. More standby rescue teams are dispersed in key locations to provide fast response and onsite assistance to customer location. Drivers stuck in communities within the 25 miles radius of the company’s headquarters such as Cibolo, Helotes, Castroville, Rio Medina, Leming and Mico can expect rescue arrival within 30 minutes after dispatch. A complete list of their service areas can be found here: http://gmbp.in/u/5d5166444069f.

San Antonio, TX is one of the most populated cities in the United States. With the continuously increasing population, flourishing automotive sector across the city, growing passenger vehicle sale and motorists’ increasing lax approach about vehicle safety, vehicle roadside assistance has consistently grown in the entire metropolis. The number of car failure incidences is on the rise.

Kings Towing offers services for all conceivable roadside requirements, including fuel, oil and coolant delivery, flat tires, car batteries, engine diagnosis, trip inspection and car lockouts. Customers can even request dispatchers to arrange for taxi or ride or contact local police and medical emergency teams, if necessary. A comprehensive description of their services can be seen here: https://sites.google.com/site/kingstowingsanantonio/.

The on-site on demand emergency road assistance of the company are bonded and insured. This is an important feature to avoid low standard services and a necessary precaution to uphold customer vehicles. The company further empowered their technicians with innovative tools and cutting-edge equipment to complement their updated skills. Earlier on, all tow technicians went through a rigorous training program on automotive technology and customer service.

“Not only are their workers skilled in performing their work, they are very polite, obliging and dedicated to serve,” says Timmy Toledo, another satisfied customer.

The company’s expanded services are especially dedicated to motorists travelling at night in distant neighbourhoods near San Antonio. Recently, there is a surge in mechanical problems among vehicles which leave the driver and passengers in worrying situation when on remote location. The company’s initiative is meant to make it safer for motorists to drive at night and in far-flung neighborhoods worry-free especially this coming holiday season.

Kings Towing roadside assistance is kept at affordable rates. Stephens explains, “The affordability of our services is a major reason why people are using our vehicle roadside assistance service.” The company’s services are available to anyone without the need for subscription or membership fee. “We will come to the rescue to any driver who calls for our help,” he added.

The towing company has also adopted transparent and honest pricing. No surprising charges or unnecessary services are included in their bill. Stephens stressed, “Our main priority is to help people. Our priority is the safety of motorists.” Some articles about the services provided by the company can be found at http://gmbp.in/u/5d5166a052da0.

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For more information about Kings Towing, contact the company here:

Kings Towing
Mathew Stephens
(210) 702-3031
admin@kingstowingtn.com
Kings Towing
615 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205

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