When you’ve been involved in a collision or your car is experiencing problems, you’re better off contacting tow truck professionals to help you out. Instead of driving your car in further distances, tow truck professionals are available to help you on the spot, relocate your car, and get you to a safer location. When your car has been towed, it will be taken to a safer location, or in this case, straight to the auto body shop.
We provide emergency towing for those accidents and incidents that occur, unexpectedly, and at odd hours. When an accident occurs or you need our help in the middle of the night, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Your safety is our priority and we don’t want you unsure of where to go or what to do because of the time. We’re ready and available to take requests for towing services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We encourage you to reach us on our hotline number for emergency cases as we always have a customer service agent on hand to receive and transfer your calls.
Flatbed towing is one of the most common and trusted forms of towing, simply because the flatbed offers space and support that other types of tow trucks fail to offer. We provide flatbed towing for cars, trucks, SUVs, car maintenance and motorcycles. After being lifted via a ramp onto the flatbed, we then secure the vehicle in place using straps that hold down the wheels and prevent them from rolling. Once secured, we can begin towing and relocating your vehicle to a new location. Flatbed towing also works well for multiple smaller vehicles that need to be towed at once, such as motorbikes and motorcycles.
Wheel lift towing is the process of using a wheel to prop up the front of the vehicle and tow it accordingly. Wheel lift towing fastens the back (or front) of your car to a brace and lifts it from the ground upward. The vehicle is then tilted and rolled at an angle to which it will be towed on. Secured to the back of the tow truck, this method works well for vehicles that do not have wheel or tire damage but have been front or rear-ended and only have one set of functioning wheels.
Hook and Chain Towing
Hook and chain towing is another popular method that we utilize, depending on the condition of the vehicle that we are towing. Hook and chain are just that – a hook and chain. We attach a metal hook to the car and pull it along with a short chain. The distance between the tow truck and vehicle is short to avoid swerving or veering off course. With secure bolts and heavy-duty chains, your car is safely fastened into the end of the tow truck with little room to roll in the opposite direction. Your car is then put in neutral, making it easier to move.