Body Shop Myths: Towing Your Car
If my car is in an accident and is not safe to drive, does it have to be towed to the city impound lot?
It is, and always will be, your choice where you have your car towed after an accident. It’s not the police, tow driver, or your insurance company’s choice. The Anti-Steering Legislation secures your right to decide not only who repairs your vehicle but to where you have it towed.
No matter the autobody shops included in your insurance network, the Anti-Steering Legislation secures your freedom of choice at no penalty. That includes your protection of having to pay more out of pocket, or worse, revoke coverage.
That includes your protection of having to pay more out of pocket, or worse, revoke coverage. Your insurance company may give suggestions but may not instruct you where to go. Amid the chaos following an accident, it’s important to remember: where you have your vehicle towed matters. Following an accident, the last thing you need is for your car robbed or damaged due to vulnerable storage. Your vehicle deserves a secure, safe lot.
When you call us (even if it’s after business hours), we will send our towing partner to pick up your vehicle and have it brought to our shop’s secure outdoor lot. After getting your car to a safe place, first thing in the morning, we will help you understand the repair options and next steps. Not only do we offer expert repairs, but we also provide expert assistance with filing insurance claims and working out payment options. We are by your side from the moment you call us until the day you drive your vehicle home.
When you find yourself in an accident: Call Police. Call Mom. Call ProCare.
ProCare Collision Center
Auto Body Repair & Service in Omaha, Nebraska Serving Omaha, Ralston, La Vista, Papillion, Elkhorn, Fremont, Council Bluffs, Chalco, Bellevue, Carter Lake and surrounding areas.