Automotive towing services provide essential roadside assistance, hauling busted, repossessed, or ticketed cars to the auto shop or towing yard. Many towing services are open 24 hours a day, helping people who are stuck on the road after a car accident or breakdown.
Payload - The car or truck being towed is often referred to by roadside assistants as the payload.
Curb Weight - The weight of a vehicle to be towed. This includes the weight of gas and fluids, but not passengers.
Gross Weight - The total weight of a vehicle with passengers inside.
Tow Bar - A tool that is hooked onto the front of a car or truck, allowing the vehicle to be towed.
Repossession - When a car company takes back someone's vehicle. This usually happens when the person can no longer pay for the vehicle or if he or she incurs numerous parking violations.
Tow - The process of using a hook, chain, or flat bed to haul a stalled, repossessed, or ticketed vehicle to a given destination.
Car Jump - Due to wear and tear or overuse, car batteries sometimes lose power, leaving you stuck and in need of assistance. To fix the problem, you can jump the battery by connecting it to another power source.
Plug - The outlet used to connect tow truck wiring to a car or truck.
Brake Controller - The interface used to regulate braking during the towing process, often controlled using wires that connect a tow truck to the automobile being towed.
Hitch - A hitch is the tool towing companies use to connect a car to a tow truck.
If you need assistance when it comes to towing, air conditioning or alignment, contact our technicians. We offer assistance in all areas, including flat tires, dead batteries, wrecks, impounds, radiators and diagnostics.
For broken down or illegally parked cars and trucks within your area, contact an automotive towing company to assist you in removing the vehicle. These companies offer towing services for all motor vehicles that will bring it to the company headquarters, an auto repair shop, or an impound lot within the area. These companies will provide diagnostic services, lift and chain your car securely to their vehicle, and then tow it to the designated area of choice. Some companies only specialize in working with certain types of motor vehicles so it’s important to pick the kind of company that bests works with your car carefully. Look into companies that work with large trucks, tractor trailers, and big rigs if that is what you own. If you work with RVs or motorcycles that have broken down, specialty companies are available to assist your vehicle with tow bars. Most towing companies will offer roadside service and affordable low repair rates that work with all makes and models of vehicles. Many of them also offer tow bars and chains to safely haul your vehicle from place to place. These companies may also offer vehicle auctions in addition to towing and wrecking services. Be sure to get into contact with these companies for further details and information such as whether or not they charge fees for towing or a gas or oil fee.