Seminar: Tow Company vs. Insurance Company — How to Win
TowLawyer.com founders and industry attorneys Michael McGovern and Nicholas Porto will be conducting a three-hour, one-of-a-kind seminar, “Tow Company vs. Insurance Company — How to Win,” at the upcoming Florida Tow Show.
Co-hosted by the Sunshine State Towing Association, the seminar will be presented on Saturday, April 22, at the B Resort adjacent to the Florida Tow Show Hilton Hotel and will feature “simple and effective techniques to help improve a towing company’s bottom line that begin before a driver ever leaves for the call.”
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Custom-built for AE Collision & Towing Inc.
This 2016 Ford F-550 4 wheel drive with a Chevron 408TA is from the fleet of AE Collision & Towing Inc. in Eugene, Ore. Custom-built by Fleet Sales West of Woodburn, Ore., the bed can be controlled from inside the cab or the rear of the bed and features rear hydraulic stiff legs — a feature normally seen on medium-duty units.
Features also include an extendable boom with twin 9,000-lb. winches, a tunnel box that houses the dolly bars on a sliding track so they can be easily accessed from either side of the truck, a Torrent LED light bar with alley lights and fold-away brackets for low clearance situations, four LED strobes and a custom-built grille by Royalty Core. The truck’s custom paint job is green with a matte finish and gloss black accents.
AE Collision & Towing Inc. offers towing, roadside assistance, private property impound services and repossessions to customers in the Eugene and Springfield areas.[continue reading this article...]
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Jump-Start in a Safe Work Area
Safe jump-starting starts with a safe work area. If the disabled vehicle is in the roadway or on the shoulder of a busy highway it may be safer to relocate the vehicle to a nearby parking lot or something similar. If the situation dictates you […][continue reading this article...]
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Thought you might like to meet our tow dog Mojo, a three-year-old Jack Russell Terrier who just loves to tow. Anywhere her tow truck driver (aka John Chase) goes she’s there to help — and the best part is that the people who meet her are often stressed and she helps to calm them down. She recently received her first tip: a $10 gift card to Petco.
Mojo loves to ride on John’s shoulders and is frequently spotted on his back while he performs emergency roadside services.
The only thing she likes as much as towing is being a 12th man. She’s always in blue on Fridays (year round) to support her Seahawks.
ABC Towing Inc.
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Zacklift International, Inc., has just unveiled its new website zacklift.com. The new site allows visitors to Build-A-Zacklift with step-by-step photos and videos of the removable FIFTHWHEELER. The site also details the three ratings — 45K, 35K and 25K — of both Permanent Mount and FIFTHWHEELER with photos and videos. Check out zacklift.com.
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Century 1150R sneak peek from Miller Industries.
Dynamic Towing Equipment on World's Greatest, ION Network
Snowmobile Recovery from Williams Lake
Car Carriers, Wireless Operation and More
The Tow Times February issue traces the evolution of the car carrier — and tips you can use when purchasing a used car carrier. This issue also focus on how wireless operation of towing equipment and accessories can produce a range of benefits for today’s towing and recovery operator.
On the cover is the Tow Times 2016 Shine ‘n’ Star Working Truck Winner: a 2001 Freightliner FL120 with a Holmes Detachable Towing Unit (DTU). The proud owner is Parise’s Auto & towing Inc. in Batavia, N.Y.
And in the Recovery Review department, a North Carolina towing company takes on a job others said couldn’t be done.
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