A necessity – road service


Road service is undoubtedly a necessity to all drivers on the nation’s many roads.  I say this as a driver – both as a young driver and as a female driver.  Why?  Road services are meant to provide assistance for drivers on the road in situations such as a flat tire, if you lock yourself out of your car, if your engine overheats or even if you run out of gas in the middle of nowhere.  A genuine emergency may arise from time to time, most of the time I find that people need to call for road service simply because of a problem that arose out of negligence on the part of either the vehicle driver or the owner.


Regardless of whether we are female or male, we all need to know how our cars work.  It is the driver’s responsibility above anyone else’s to check that all systems in the car are in good working condition before driving.  These include checking the oil, checking the water, checking your wipers, and even making sure that your tires are in good condition (no leaks or flats) and that you have a spear tire at hand. This can reduce our need for roadside service but it’s better to have that option available when an emergency arises.