Towing Service in Pontiac Weighs in on Hazards of Public Transportation This Winter

Towing Service in Pontiac Weighs in on Hazards of Public Transportation This Winter

Pontiac, MI – Local Pontiac serving Seminole Towing recently issued a warning about the hazards of public transportation during the winter. Public transportation serves many in the Oakland County area, and when everyone exercises more caution, everyone stays safer on the roads.

“We depend on public transportation here in Oakland County, and especially in Pontiac,” said Seminole Towing’s owner. “However, as useful as it is, it also adds to the risks associated with winter travel.” From public buses, taxis, and school buses, public transportation get people to and from work, school, and shopping.

However, with slippery roads, reduced visibility, and a tight schedule to keep, these vehicles can become hazardous during winter weather. Drivers are advised to provide additional space for these vehicles, especially when they are coming to a stop.

Drivers are also advised to be watchful of pedestrians around stops. Slippery conditions can cause pedestrians to slip, potentially falling under a vehicle. What most drivers are unaware of is that even in accidents like this, drivers can be held liable for injuries sustained in a collision.

Seminole concluded, “One of the worst calls a tow truck driver can receive is to impound a vehicle after someone has been seriously injured. Drive carefully this winter, stay safe, and enjoy the start to the new year.”

About Seminole Towing: Pontiac towing service company Seminole Towing provides people with a dependable tow truck tow truck provider servicing Pontiac, Auburn Hills, Waterford, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, West Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills, Rochester Hills, and the surrounding area.  For more information, you can call (248) 282-4865 or visit

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