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A Tow Truck Owner-Operator Has 3 Vehicles for Different Jobs
This tow truck driver tells us about the brands of tow trucks and truck beds he uses and how each of them has a specific purpose for towing vehicles from wrecks. He explains that wreckers are used for rollover accidents and regular towing and that flatbeds are used for all-wheel drive and removing vehicles from extreme wrecks.
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The main tasks of roadside assistance are tire repair/change, jump-starting batteries and unlocking doors. With the right tools and accessories, like fuel tanks and extra storage, a towing business can be prepared for all types of work on the road.
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Tow Trucks: Wreckers, Carriers, and Rollbacks, Oh My!
For a towing company, a conventional wrecker are commonly used. A rollback (or carrier) is a versatile option to handle a variety of salvage, damaged, or high-value vehicles.
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