Breakdowns are a driver’s nightmare – and unfortunately, there is still no remedy for them. Those affected have to find a solution quickly in an emergency. With a bit of luck, a quick repair is possible. Otherwise, there is no other choice but to tow the breakdown. In this post, we will explain how to tow a car properly.
Correct Behavior In The Event Of A Breakdown
In the event of a breakdown, it is crucial to behave correctly. Be sure to switch on the hazard warning lights if the vehicle is standing on the road or even protruding into it. This is how you warn other drivers. You must also set up the warning triangle at a sufficient distance. When leaving the vehicle to check the cause of the breakdown, you should wear a reflective vest. Read here what other things you should have ready in the event of a breakdown in the car and how best to behave in a breakdown or accident.
It may be possible to get the car back on the road. Those who are members of an automobile club or take out car insurance with a cover letter have an advantage. So, it is possible to call in professional support free of charge.
This option also exists without club membership or a cover letter. In that case, however, you bear the cost of the breakdown assistance yourself. In such a case, many drivers prefer to tow their vehicle with the help of a voluntary helper.
Legal Regulations For Towing
Towing a car is regulated in the road traffic regulations and is only permitted if certain conditions are met and under certain restrictions. Violations can result in high fines. You are only allowed to tow a car if there is an emergency and the vehicle is not ready to drive due to a defect. For example, there is no defect if the tank is empty, and towing is not permitted.
In addition, you are only allowed to tow to the nearest workshop, and driving onto a motorway is strictly prohibited. If you are already on a motorway, you have to leave it at the next exit. The recommended maximum towing speed is 30 to 50 km / h. Click here to read more (อ่านต่อ which is the term in Thai)