Roadside Assistance Alleviates the Fear Of A Vehicle Breakdown

Vehicle BreakdownDrivers who travel alone are fearful of experiencing car problems. This is not a surprise considering that drivers are spending more and more time in their car. People drive long distances to and from work and run more errands than ever before. Therefore, it is inevitable that, at some point, drivers will experience a vehicle breakdown. Both female and male drivers are fearful of a vehicle breakdown.

According to a recent survey conducted by Britannia Rescue, about two-thirds of the female and male drivers who were interviewed are fearful of being alone during a vehicle breakdown.

The numbers break down into 93% percent of women and 45% of men. The survey also showed that people are more fearful of someone stopping to help them. As a matter of fact, 70% of women would not want a man to stop to help them.

The best thing that motorists can do in order to alleviate the fear of a vehicle breakdown is to sign up with a roadside assistance program that will come and help when experiencing a breakdown. After all, it can be scary to have some random stranger stop and offer to assist you.

Posted on Wednesday, May 30th, 2012 at 4:25 pm In Roadside Assistance Program  

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