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Wrecker Business Safety Tips

The responsibilities of a roadside assistance worker are extremely complex, not to mention that it’s an inherently risky job with numerous safety concerns. Tow truck drivers are mostly in charge of hauling wrecked/disabled vehicles, replacing flat tires, jumpstarting dead batteries, unlocking car doors, and so on. In addition to their responsibilities to the customer, they’re … Read more

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10 Skills Every Tow Truck Driver Must Have

Roadside help is essential, and tow truck drivers are typically the first to arrive at an accident scene or other emergency on the side of the road. A tow truck driver must possess specific abilities that ensure the security of the car they’re towing to be successful in this line of work. They’re also accountable … Read more

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How to Start a Tow Truck Business

So, you’ve decided to go for it – you’re going to venture out on your own and start a tow truck business. That’s great! You’ll be able to enjoy the freedom of owning your own business and being the master of your own destiny. However, you have to be willing to put in long hours, … Read more

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Five Ways to Cut Workers Comp Costs

When a towing company encounters considerable increases in workers comp costs, internal initiatives targeted at lowering tow truck insurance costs and spending are typically launched. More than merely averting a few accidents is necessary to cut costs; you also need a sound safety program. Thus, a safety program that complies with OSHA requirements can result … Read more

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What’s a Wheel Lift and Do I Need It?

Tow trucks come in many varieties, and each of them has a unique method for transporting and securing automobiles. Tow trucks can haul anything, including wrecked vehicles to the junkyard and broken-down vehicles to repair facilities. Despite the broad range, tow truck drivers utilize particular tow trucks to complete certain tasks. It’s important to understand the … Read more

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Do I Need Commercial Towing Insurance?

When you run a towing business, you may be in charge of a large fleet of tow trucks, all of which have a chance of suffering significant damage out on the road. Commercial towing insurance would help in this situation. This type of insurance, which is created specifically for tow truck businesses, is a necessary expense. With the … Read more

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How to Determine the Towing Capacity of Your Tow Truck

It all comes down to math; determining the towing capacity of your tow truck necessitates a mathematical formula. Once you understand the fundamentals, you can get the job done safely and efficiently every time.

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What’s Recovery Towing?

There are some cases where standard towing services won’t cut it. If a vehicle winds up in a ditch or off the beaten path you’ll need specialized tools to recover these vehicles. In this article, we’ll discuss the ins and outs of recovery towing and when it’s needed. Let’s get started!

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The Difference Between Heavy Duty and Light Duty Towing

Light and heavy duty are terms commonly used in the towing industry to describe the type of tow trucks utilized to complete the task at hand. If you’re new to the towing sector, it’s a wise idea to figure out what type of work you wish to do. The larger the tow truck, the more … Read more

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