Visit any online dashboard of the related trades and you will find the companies concerned highlighting the fact loud and clear so that all and sundry should not ever miss the beat. Once they have made their recording they will know what to do in the event of an emergency. There are just so many examples today of what may constitute an emergency that could occur with those 24 hours. Once such emergency response is that of a 24 hour roadside service for trucks.
This is an ideal and essential service covering the needs of long-distance driving trucks. Owing to its distance and the extent of its use, such trucks would be a lot more susceptible to wear and tear and sudden engine failures. And owing to the distance they may be from the nearest garage, a 24 hour roadside service on the hop makes good sense. The service could also include the capacity to tow these extremely heavy trucks away should they no longer be able to function on the roads and need to be in a garage workshop at the earliest opportunity.
And it may not always be necessary to go to such great lengths. A repair job could be done there and then. And then the long-distance driving truck can be sent on its way. A good and quick service certainly helps given that many of these transportation and freight vehicles will be operating in response to tightly drawn up schedules with the strictest of deadlines attached to them. And then of course, there is always that unfortunate possibility of a major roadside accident.
When that happens it is a lot more serious and damaging if it happens to be a truck that has been hit.