Traffic around here sucks enough these days without broken down or disabled cars sitting around creating more slowdowns!

Soooo, the Texas Department ofTransportation and the El Paso Police Department teamed up to get these vehicles out 'da damn way.  The program has been in place since last October and will continue through, (approximately), March 2019.

Thanks to them, if you break down or have an accident which you cannot drive your vehicle away from, tow trucks will most likely be automatically dispatched.  You can also call for one at 1-800-452-9292.  The offer only applies to vehicles within a certain area and time frame. According to the El Paso Herald Post:

The stretch encompasses the GO10 project, the Mesa Park Interchange project, a portion of the Border West Expressway project and the Braided Ramps project during peak rush hours: 6 – 9 a.m., and 4 – 7 p.m. Mesa Street from the downtown exit (east and west) to Doniphan and Mesa are also included in the program towing limits.

If you leave your vehicle on I-10 and come back to find it missing, call (915) 832-4400 before you report it stolen!!  For more info, click here.