Ontario towers respond to over 500,000 calls between December 2013, January 2014

Thornhill, Ontario — March 24, 2014 — Ontario grappled with bone-chilling temperatures and blizzard-like conditions this past winter, leading to high numbers of tow service calls.

With the colder temperatures increasing the occurrence of vehicle accidents, here is a look at some of the service numbers for CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) this past winter (from December 2013-January 2014):

  • Calls for service: approximately 550,000
  • Number of tows: more than 206,500
  • Batteries replaced: over to 13,500

To read more, please visit TowProMag.com. 

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