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Tow Your Car Safely

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Towing a car with no power steering?

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Power steering is only important when needing to turn your cars wheel while driving the vehicle but for a tow truck driver this will not be a problem at all. Understand that this will not stop your car from being towed for they will simply attach the chain to pull the car up onto the tow truck.

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Also without power steering it will not make the car impossible to turn but it will in fact make it harder to turn but not impossible. Some tow trucks don't even need to gain access to your cars steering wheel in order to be able to tow your car up onto the flatbed of a tow truck.

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You can view a video on the tow truck process:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aFTuTVFkEw

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