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    Nominations for Hall of Fame Class of 2019 Extended Until January 31

    Each year, the International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum recognizes individuals who have made substantial contributions to the towing and recovery industry. The tradition started in 1986 when the industry realized it was time to display the roots of the profession. Industry professionals came together and selected individuals who made a difference. To honor those chosen few, the Friends of Towing (now ITRHFM) dedicated an entire section of the museum’s walls for portraits of the inductees. A new class is inducted each year.

    Nominations for the Hall of Fame Class of 2019 have been extended until a deadline of January 31. For nomination info and to download a nomination form visit

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    This 1018 Ford F-450 with a Jerr-Dan ML40 unit is pictured by the salt marshes and pier of St. Simons Island off the Georgia coast. The truck’s equipment includes GoJaks, In the Ditch dollies, SuperSprings and a Whelen Justice light bar.

    The truck belongs to Eastside Towing and Recovery of Brunswick, Ga. In business for 25 years, the company serves southeast Georgia with 10 trucks — light- to heavy-duty. Eastside Towing and Recovery is owned by Mike Czerepinski. Heavy-duty driver (and driver of this truck) James Pressley submitted the photos.

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    Brutus is a nine-month-old Rottweiler that can be found riding shotgun in any truck we let him into at Bruce’s Commercial Truck Services inc. in Wrentham, Mass.

    Editor’s Note: Bruce’s Commercial Truck Services Inc. has provided truck repair, towing and recovery and equipment transportation to the Wrentham, Mass., area for over a decade.


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Industry News

New Forms for Tennessee Vehicle Owner Verification

The following is a notice from the Tennessee Tow Truck Association:

“As many of you have noticed, the state of Tennessee has new paperwork for vehicle ownership verification. The new forms give the option whether or not to put vehicles on hold through the state. Putting vehicles on hold halts the registration/titling renewal process until the towing company releases such hold/stop.

“The new forms do not take away from the lien holder status of the towing company. In addition to the hold status on the forms, the Tennessee Department of Revenue is now providing an email return service for the information requested. Simply add your email address when filling out the form. By adding the email option, this decreases the time spent in limbo waiting for the information to arrive, making the paperwork process faster and more efficient.

“In addition to these new advances, the Tennessee Tow Truck Association and the Tennessee Department of Revenue are working together to set up an online portal to speed up the process even further.  The Tennessee Tow Truck Association will keep you updated on the progress of the site. In the meantime, for a link to the new form on the DOR website click here.



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