Battery Service

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Emergency Road Service Technician/Driver.

Yarbrough Bros Towing, Sonoma County’s largest light duty towing company is now accepting applications for full time Emergency Road Side Service Technician’s. We are a highly professional Towing establishment that specializes in setting the standard for our Industry both in training and equipment as well as customer satisfaction.
The successful candidate will have an outstanding personality and be highly motivated to succeed. This individual will preferably have a background in Sales, Customer Service, and /or related Automotive Industry.

"i just hear a CLICK CLICK CLICK"!

We got a call from a college student the other day stating that her car was just "clicking" when she tried to start it and that she figured she would have to have it towed to the dealer. The car was about 8 years old and the battery was over 4 years old. We asked if it would be ok to send one of our seven Battery Service Vehicles to her location in Santa Rosa. She was ok with that as her next class was not for a few hours.

Cold Weather Expected to Hit North Bay.

As you know, the cold weather is still here and News Stations are predicting snow at Sea level. As such, black ice, slippery when wet and wet road advisories will be in place for the roadways of Sonoma County. Anticipate the unexpected and give yourself and other drivers an extra cushion. Adhere to the wet road advisory of decreasing your speeds on the roads and highways, increasing your following distances between vehicles and drive extra cautious to give yourself more reaction time.

Dead Battery

Signs that your vehicles Battery may be in need of replacement or getting close too. The most common sound you will hear when trying to start your car when you have a dead battery is "click click click click" in rapid succession. This is typically when the battery has just enough juice to turn the starter cylinoid over but not the starter. The often heard "CLICK......" once & then nothing is usually when the battery does not have enough power to even turn the cylinoid more than once OR the starter is going bad.

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