If you’ve been following all the proper guidelines about social distancing, you probably haven’t driven your car as much lately. With the ever-growing list of things to worry about, car maintenance is probably very near the bottom for most people. That being said there are things you can do now to maintain the health of your vehicle that will prevent you from needing towing or roadside services once you get back on the road.

No one wakes up in the morning hoping that their car will break down that day. Luckily, there are thousands of towing and roadside companies available through the HONK Partner Network who are there to help get you back on the road quickly.

HONK prides itself on working with some of the best towing and roadside companies across the entire country. It’s because of our Partners that customers continously give HONK higher customer satisfaction scores than most motor clubs or roadside services. Don’t believe us? See for yourself!

For many drivers, a breakdown can ruin an entire day pretty quickly. Without warning or notification, finding oneself disabled on the side of the highway can be pretty scary and rightly so. Between speeding vehicles and distracted motorists, the side of a highway can turn even a minor roadside mishap into a deadly incident. No one faces this reality more than you, our Partners.

Is your car ready for a winter road trip? Winter can be brutal on a car. According to Automotive-Fleet.com, about 49.3 million people will hit the nation’s roadways this Thanksgiving as compared with 48.5 million in 2018, representing a 2.8% increase and the highest volume of travelers in 14 years. With inclement weather forecasted this holiday, we thought we’d share some tips on winterizing your vehicle, so you’re ultra-prepared for your Thanksgiving road trip! 

Picture this, you’re a tow truck operator and you’ve just been dispatched to fix a flat tire on the side of a busy intersection. As you’re working to get that customer back on the road, cars are zooming past you at speeds of up to 50 mph. This is the reality for many service providers on a daily basis.

Every 6 days a tow truck operator is killed in the line of duty due to unsafe driving practices by motorists who don’t adhere to state Move Over laws. Despite almost all states having implemented some form of these laws within the last several years, over 50% of drivers are still unaware that they exist. 

What would you do if your car broke down and you didn’t know who to go to for help? It’s a situation nobody wants to find themselves in, yet in a time of need, there’s a comfort in knowing that someone you trust will be able to come and assist you.

This was a luxury that Mary didn’t have after her car got a flat tire as she was returning home from dropping her daughter off at school and running a few errands.

According to the Harvard Health Watch, the average American spends just over 100 minutes sitting in a car every single day. That means more than an hour and a half of sitting in an upright seated position with little to no mobility. Combine this with the stress accompanied by sitting in traffic, and you’ve got yourself a problem. So what can you do about it?

While you may not be able to leave the driver’s seat for a quick run, you can still work some movement into your in-car time. So the next time you’re commuting to work or on a long road trip, refer back to these simple yoga moves that’ll help you get through the long ride.

Summer is finally here! Which means that it’s time to load the car, grab your friends and hit the open road. Whether you’re looking for a pre-trip checklist, games that you can play in the car or what some of the top destinations across the country are — we’ve got you covered.

We’ve written a lot about road trips in the past, so we’ve decided to compile every article we’ve ever published on the matter into one article. Everything you need in order to make your next trip the best it can be can be found below. Safe travels!

The color of your car can say a lot about you. You may not have known that, but it’s true. In fact, the color of a person’s car can serve as psychological shortcut into that person. So for those of you feeling like horoscopes aren’t cutting it these days, here’s the lowdown of what your car hue says about you.