Everyone who lives in Twin Falls knows that sometimes it snows in the winter. Knowing the weather is coming is not always enough. There are occasions when it snows to the point that a preemptive salt brine spray on the roads will not be enough to keep up. This is one of those times.

Credit City of Twin Falls
Credit City of Twin Falls

There are several inches of snow on the ground. While main roads in Twin Falls see a plow pass by, snow plows in Twin Falls are not able to plow many residential and side streets. Plows need more room than many narrower streets provide, cannot move around cars parked on the side of the road, and do not want to block driveways with plowed snow if it can be avoided.

Not all residents in Twin Falls own an all-wheel or 4-wheel vehicle. Without enough ground clearance, it can be difficult if not impossible to get out of the neighborhood to get to those pleasantly plowed roads. There is help for those people who find themselves in need of safe travel.

Free Shuttle Rides Help Snowed-In Twin Falls Residents

If there is a need to get somewhere in Twin Falls, Twin Falls Chevrolet is ready to help residents who cannot travel the snowy side and residential roads. This is not just a shuttle to get to the dealership. Twin Falls Chevrolet is available to help people get where they need to go in Twin Falls. This shuttle will be running through closing time on Wednesday, January 17th while many city roads are snow-filled and impassable for drivers of low-profile vehicles.

The phone number to call is 208-6440-5970. You can also go to twinfalls-chevy.com and send them a message. They are quick to respond and happy to help until they close at 8 PM.

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