Services starting at $35

Often times, we never plan to lock our keys in the car, experience a tire blow out need a tow or the car will not start. For those types of unexpected inconveniences, please feel free to give us a call.

Fast reliable service - wait time on average is 45 minutes or less
Affordable - Rates start at $35
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Mon-Sun 8am-10pm - someone will assist you



It’s a terrible feeling, but it doesn’t have to be. C & T Roadside Assistance and towing services is here to help and will dispatch an expert locksmith immediately to get you back in your car. Vehicle lockout service is the MOST commonly used service, we all make mistakes right! Our vehicle locksmiths are trained for all types of auto lockout services.


Ways to Prevent locking keys in car

1. Keep your keys on you

2. If you have a fob then always use the fob to lock the doors and check fob battery ever so often

3. Have spare keys made

4. Have a locksmith's number handy for when you do lock your keys in the car Like us!!


Our experts will send someone quickly to install your inflated spare tire. Avoid worry and danger — and leave it to the experts. We’ll get you rolling again in no time.


Ways to prevent flat tires​

1.Check your air pressure regularly

2. Keep an eye on your tire treads

3. Rotate your tires when you change your oil

4. Avoid driving near construction sites and other hazardous roadways



In need of towing services in he Virginia Hampton roads area? Our tow truck drivers are second to none and can get you out of any jam.
 Call with your address, model and make of your vehicle. and let us get you taken care of today!


Everyone knows what it’s like to hear that terrible “clicking” sound – followed by silence – when you turn the ignition key on a cold winter morning. It’s never fun – but we’re here to help, 7 days a week.

There are a number of reasons why batteries can weaken and fail. A few common ones include:

Leaving headlights, interior lights, flashers, and the radio on when the car isn’t running.
Using the air conditioner when the car is not running.
Not starting a car for long periods of time (e.g., while it’s in storage).
Lack of battery maintenance (e.g., not keeping terminals clean).
Failure of the diode bridge or voltage regulator in the alternator; the alternator charges the battery when the car is running.
Low air temperature, which causes batteries to freeze.Type your paragraph here.

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