AJ’s Roadside Assistance Team Comes to the Rescue of Truck Driver
Did you know that AJ’s provides 24/7 roadside assistance to the greater Sacramento area? These services came in handy when a truck driver in Tracy, California, found himself stranded on the side of a highway in the early hours of the morning. The driver was making his way through Tracy when his truck had a sudden transmission failure. You don’t have to be a truck mechanic to know that transmission failure means the end of your road trip!
The side of a highway is never the safest place to be. Add on the fact that it is super early in the morning and many drivers have yet to have their first cup of coffee, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for disaster! Knowing that every minute the truck driver spent on the side of that highway increased the odds of an accident, the AJ’s roadside assistance team made haste and were by the driver’s side as quickly as possible.
Occasions like this are the exact reason why AJ’s has trucks on standby in strategic locations throughout their service area. By putting thought into where their teams are at all times, they can guarantee fast response times!
The roadside assistance team made quick work of securing the truck to their 35 ton heavy wrecker. They towed the truck to the Delta Truck Center where it would undergo repairs in the morning.
Another job well done! Keep up the good work team!
Details of AJ’s Roadside Assistance Team Comes to the Rescue of Truck Driver
The roadside assistance team at AJ’s received a call in the early hours of the morning requesting a heavy duty tow truck in Tracy, California. A roadside assistance team was immediately dispatched to Tracy. The roadside assistance team got on the CA-99S in Galt and then took the I-5 S to I-205BUS. The roadside assistance team drove until they reached the client’s location on the side of the I-5.
The roadside assistance team put on their hazard lights and set up a safe perimeter to ensure a safe work environment. The roadside assistance team assessed the situation. The roadside assistance team noted that the truck’s transmission had failed. The roadside assistance team made a plan with the truck driver to tow his truck to Delta Truck Center where it would be parked overnight awaiting repairs in the morning.
The roadside assistance team hooked up the disabled truck to their 35 ton heavy duty wrecker. The roadside assistance team ensured that the truck was securely attached to the 35 ton heavy wrecker. The roadside assistance team then towed the truck to the Delta Truck Center which was located only 13.7 miles away from their current location. The roadside assistance team arrived at Delta Truck Center and safely unhooked the truck from the 35 ton wrecker.