Citywide Towing of Dallas, Texas offers a number of towing services and roadside assistance to the motorists locally and in surrounding areas. We are fully licensed and insured to provide our professional expertise and services to the community at affordable rates and are available for emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff consists of highly trained, experienced, and skilled individuals that are more than qualified to perform the tasks associated with their job description. With the use of state of the art equipment and high-end products and equipment, Citywide Towing can provide you with superior quality services. The nature of our company often lends to our customers being in a state of an emergency. To reach us quickly and conveniently, be sure to program our contact information in your cell phone for a rapid response from Citywide Towing.
Untripped & Tripped Vehicle Rollover Accidents Due to Soft Soil, Guardrails & Steep Slopes
Citywide Towing responds to the vehicle rollovers that occur in the Greater Dallas, Texas area. There are a few types of vehicle rollovers, in which Citywide Towing can be of use. With different types of rollovers; tripped or un-tripped rollovers, they still require from a towing professional.
Tripped Rollovers: According to the NHTSA data, 95% of the single-vehicle rollovers are tripped. When a vehicle leaves the roadway and slides sideways, the tires dig into soft soil or it will strike into an object; a curb or guardrail for example. The tires in these situations can cause the vehicle to roll over with the high tripping force applied.
Soft Soil: Vehicle rollovers caused from soft soil is fairly common. This rollover occurs when a vehicle begins to veer off to the right of the road at high speeds and the driver compensates with too sharp of steering to the left to compensate, which then causes the tires to dig into the soft soil and rollover.
Guardrail: Tripping can also be the result of a guardrail. A classic example of this event is a driver veering to the right off the side of the road at variable speeds; in an attempt to avoid the guardrail by steering right, the car becomes airborne and rollovers because the front let portion of the vehicle it the guardrail in a ramp-like fashion.
Steep Slope: Tripped rollovers can be easily derived from steel slopes as well. An example of this is if a sports utility vehicle slowly travels off-road but rapidly increases speed heading down a steep slope, misjudging the sharp turn to the right, the vehicle is then rolled over. Additionally, a rollover can occur on the incline if it is too steep and the vehicle topples over.
Un-tripped: Less than 5% of rollovers are un-tripped, significantly less common than tripping types and are in vehicles. As opposed to an object tripping component causing the rollover, an un-tripped rollover is typically the outcome of a maneuver attempted in order to avoid a high-speed collision.
Towing & Roadside Assistance for Car & Vehicle Rollover Accidents & More in Duncanville, Grand Prairie, Arlington, Irving, Mesquite & Greater Dallas, Texas
Citywide Towing offers a number of services to retrieve your vehicle and/or tow it to where it needs to go following a rollover. Always seek medical attention first and then contact Citywide Towing today for assistance.