big rig rowing
Big rig towing includes semi-trailer towing, big rig towing, big rig truck recovery, big rig trailer towing, and towing for motor homes buses and other large vehicles.
Also known as: semi trailer towing, semi towing
Emergency towing services for commercial vehicles are those that are required after collisions or for oversized vehicles that are disabled.
Also known as: emergency commercial towing
flatbed towing services
Flatbed towing services are the most common choice for specialty towing services and light duty towing. Flatbed towing is required for vehicles that are too disabled to be towed with two-wheel towing, vehicles with locked wheels, oversized vehicles, RVs, boats or other vehicles that need to be towed on a flatbed trailer. Flatbed towing may require winch service or crane service to get the vehicles onto the flatbed, so they may be more expensive than traditional truck towing.
Also known as: flatbed trailer towing, flatbed tow truck services, commercial flatbed towing
Large vehicles, heavy vehicles and commercial vehicles that are oversized or weigh more than 25,000 pounds are the most common vehicles to require heavy duty towing services. This may include using a crane to place the vehicle on the tow truck.
Also known as: large vehicle towing, oversized vehicle towing, heavy vehicle towing, commercial vehicle towing
heavy duty wrecker services
Tow trucks are sometimes known as wreckers, because they move wrecked or disabled vehicles. Commercial wrecker services are usually called to remove or move vehicles after collisions or when they’ve broken down. Semi trucks, heavy-duty vehicles and other large vehicles may require a commercial wrecker service due to their weight and size.
Also known as: large vehicle wreckers, oversized vehicle wrecking services
large-scale towing services
Large-scale towing for tractor trailers, semis, school buses, RVs, oversized loads, tractors and farm machinery, construction equipment, fire trucks, cranes, emergency vehicles, dump trucks and more. These large commercial towing vehicles often are capable of carrying very heavy and oversized loads, and may also include rotators or cranes to properly position large vehicles and other loads on to the towing bed.
Also known as: heavy vehicle towing, multiple vehicle towing services, high capacity tow trucks
Overloaded semi trailers and transport trucks can cost you money at California weigh stations. Load shift, overload adjustments and overload corrections are services provided by some commercial towing companies to help drivers of commercial vehicles, trailers, semis and oversized loads avoid these overcharge fees. This may include towing, load towing, load lightening, and correcting load overages.
Also known as: overload adjustment towing, overload corrections and towing, load shifting services
long distance towing services
Vehicles that need to be towed a long distance, either because of a breakdown or accident or as a method of transporting a vehicle, may require long distance towing services. This is true for commercial vehicles, oversized vehicles and machinery as well as passenger vehicles. Long distance towing services for commercial vehicles may take place on a flatbed truck or a long-distance towing trailer.
Also known as: vehicle transport, multi-vehicle transport, commercial long distance towing services
lowbed towing services
Lowbed tow trucks are tow trucks that have lower than typical towing beds. This makes loading easier and can prevent damage to vehicles that are being towed. Heavy loads are sometimes carried on lowbed tow trucks to make loading and unloading easier.
Also known as: low bed towing, low platform tow trucks
transporter towing services
Towing for multiple vehicles generally happens via a vehicle transporter. These are large tow trucks or stacked-transport trucks with the ability to safely tow several vehicles at the same time.
Also known as: vehicle transporters, multi-vehicle transport and towing, high-capacity towing
vehicle recovery services
Commercial vehicles that are stuck or stranded may require vehicle recovery services. Vehicle recovery services can take place any time a vehicle is recovered from one location to another, usually with the help of a tow truck. Commercial vehicle recovery can assist drivers of semis, buses, trailers, commercial loads, farm machinery, and any other oversized or heavy vehicles.
Also known as: commercial vehicle recovery services, commercial vehicle recovery, commercial vehicle recovery assistance
Winching service the use of a winch to lift vehicles onto the towing platform, pull vehicles out of ditches, and move disabled vehicles by hooking a wire to the vehicle’s undercarriage and cranking a drum to wind up the wire and pull the vehicle into position. Commercial winching service requires a heavy-duty winch that not all towing companies have at their disposal.
Also known as: commercial winching service, heavy vehicle winching, oversized vehicle winching services
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