The secret to save money on roadside assistance is to do as much as you can to avoid needing emergency roadside assistance in the first place. Of course, there are emergencies that you cannot foresee but there are a lot of hacks that you can implement to have a much safer driving experience.


This article will share a few with you. Let us know if you have any hacks we didn’t think about and that you would love to add!



Prolong the Life of Your Windshield


Dirty windshields can be noisy and will impair your driving during inclement weather. It is always good to quickly wipe them once a week with a soft cloth. This will extend their life span and at the same time keep you safe.


Install a Dash Cam


We all hope to never be involved in a car accident. However, if we ever do, dash cams can help clear us from any responsibility should nobody be there to testify. Recording what happens while driving can help anyone with potential insurance claims as well.

Dash cams are now very affordable as well, making it an add on every car should have.


Use an Anti-Freeze Sprays for the Windshield


Cold states can be tricky. Preventing a window from freezing overnight will save you a lot of time in the morning but more importantly it will guarantee a clear vision while driving.

You can purchase an anti-freeze spray at any supermarket or there are a lot of DIY solutions that you can make at home!


Take Care of Your Headlights


With time, your headlights will almost look “foggy”. This is quite a common occurrence that might end up becoming dangerous as it will give you less vision on the street. You can easily restore the headlights yourself or hire a professional to do that. Regardless of what solution you decide to adopt, take care of “foggy” headlights as soon as you spot them!


Don’t Let Your Tires Deflate

Driving with deflated tires can be dangerous and it might damage the tire, potentially representing a hazard for you while driving. As a good rule of thumb, checking the tire pressure every 30 days should keep you safe. Also, while you are at it, it could be a good idea to check their wear and tear in case you need a rotation or replacement.