NORTH DAKOTA ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE
Driving through the state of North Dakota in the winter can be hazardous for drivers. Not only can the temperatures dip below freezing, windy conditions common in the state can cause the wind chill to drop to well below zero, causing life threatening situations. Whether you are driving along Interstate 29, Interstate 94 or any of the state’s highways or scenic byways, you will need to be mindful of the rapidly changing weather. Winter driving can be challenging in North Dakota but with their fast and reliable roadside assistance or towing services, HONK can help give you peace of mind.
SERVICES OFFERED BY HONK
When it comes to needing roadside assistance or towing services in North Dakota, HONK is your one-stop shop. The pay-on-demand services mean there are no membership fees and the prices start at just $49. Simply download the free app on your smartphone or tablet or click the button above in case you need any of the following services or types of assistance:
- Roadside assistance
- Jump start
- Flat tire
- Locked out
- Empty fuel tank
- Stuck in ditch
HONK also offers flatbed towing and exotic car towing. All of these services are offered by professionals who average more than 20 years of experience. HONK also spans all 50 states, connecting drivers to more than 45,000 partner trucks 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
FOUR ADVANTAGES OF CHOOSING HONK
If you are wondering why you should choose HONK over other roadside assistance and towing companies in North Dakota, consider the following advantages:
- HONK’s inclusive prices cover taxes and tip
- HONK discloses all information, including prices before you order, so there are never any hidden costs
- Help through HONK arrives 50 percent faster than other companies
- HONK customers experience an estimated time of arrival of less than 30 minutes
Affordable, fast, reliable and convenient to use, HONK will help you safely navigate the unpredictable winter weather while driving in North Dakota. Call 511 for further information and weather conditions when driving in North Dakota, but be sure to visit the HONK website or download the free app for help with the road ahead.