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Questions to Ask Towing Companies

Tow trucks pick up and remove vehicles, from trucks to cars to SUVs and even trailers. They hook them up using special cables, chains, and lifts, and then transport them to an auto repair shop or other location. Finding a reputable tow truck company can be daunting at first but you just have to know the right questions to ask in case you wreck your car. It helps if you call a few places first to confirm rates, but if you don’t have time to do that, you can always get recommendations from roadside assistance companies when you call for emergency services. Operators, or drivers, should have clean, safe driving records, so be sure to inquire about that. They typically provide roadside assistance for car wrecks, jump starts, and other auto emergencies, such as oil and gas. Know the questions you want to ask before you call, and you’ll save yourself time in the long run.

  • Do you offer competitive rates?
    Most towing companies will match their competitor’s prices. They often charge by the mile when transporting vehicles from place to place.

  • What services do you offer?
    The company should give you a list of its services, which may include pick up, transport and towing, jump starts, unlocking services, and gas fillups for your car or truck. They may also offer diagnostic services.

  • In the event that I break down, what number is best to call?
    Many towing companies have separate emergency lines through which they are available 24 hours a day to help you out. They should give you their website address and business cards for quick reference.
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    H & K Wrecker Service Write review for this local business
    2378 W 500 N, North Manchester, IN 46962
    (260) 774-3301  
    Bettcher's US Towing & Truck Service Write review for this local business
    Lakeville, IN 46536
    (574) 784-8264  
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    Francesville, IN 47946
    (219) 567-9106  
    Economy Towing Write review for this local business
    Bloomington, IN 47404
    (812) 876-2553  
    Mobile Mechanix Write review for this local business
    4459 Everest Drive North, Noblesville, IN 46062
    (317) 374-6610  
    AAA Holland Towing Write review for this local business
    Peru, IN 46970
    (765) 472-2806  
    Tango Express Write review for this local business
    Greenwood, IN 46143
    (317) 843-5650  
    Bailey Towing & Transport Write review for this local business
    365 E Smithville Rd #D, Bloomington, IN 47401
    (812) 824-4869  
    Mazon's Towing Write review for this local business
    123,Main Street, Indianapolis, IN 46234
    (317) 480-2541  
    Michiana Towing Write review for this local business
    4000 East Bristol St. Suite# 3, Elkhart, IN 46514
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    Seen on the road and in movies, tow trucks have been needed since the early 20th century. Truck operators assist people in need every day as well as helping clear areas with illegally parked cars. Depending on the company and task, a tow truck can also be used for assistance. They provide jump starts for stranded vehicles, and bring gasoline to others on empty. In wrecks, trucks can bring the wrecked vehicles to a shop for repairs. Tow trucks are needed as long as there are break downs on the road, which looks to be for a while.

    A potential tow truck operator needs automotive and driving experience to be favored during the application process. One must know or learn about the vehicle process as well as operating the truck itself. Heavy trucks will have a trailer used for pickup of other large trucks. Hook-and-chain trucks that lift one end of a smaller car can be used for lighter wrecks. Workers with automotive experience can also be of use in serving customers who need a jump start or new oil. While not towing, they may also be working on cars in the diagnostic part of the repairs to find out what’s wrong. Similar to tow companies is becoming a mechanic if you prefer fixing over having to remove cars.

    There are many vehicle related fields worthy of becoming a long-term career. While tow trucks are in demand, so are mechanics and auto body mechanics. A general mechanic repairs all sorts of issues from providing jump starts to transmission work. Working with cars usually demands only experience, but it is worthwhile to look into a certification program that allows one to professionally repair certain makes. Tow truck and roadside assistance jobs are a great way to earn a living.