Thoughts and Comments

The Wisconsin Towing Association recently sent out a survey titled, “Tell Us About Your Company.” The survey included the usual company information: Name, address, and...

Raising the Bar

What's needed to raise the bar of professionalism in the towing and recovery industry? What will it take to raise the standards of quality or...

We Need to Talk

I sometimes struggle when I have to talk to someone about a difficult situation. I'm not sure what to say or how to say...

Sold!

Understanding the concept of what it takes to run a 24/7/365 towing and recovery business is not easy for many people. The normal day-to-day...

I Did It!

I'm having a wonderful time watching my granddaughter Izzy. She just turned one and is so stinking cute you can’t get mad at her when...

The Latest and Greatest

I'm often frustrated when I don’t know how to do something new on my computer or smartphone. I'm a hands-on learner and need to...

Less Screen Time

I'm sure by now a lot of you have heard about the new recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) with regard to new...

A Word of Caution

I've been reading about cannabidiol — CBD — oils being used as a natural alternative to pain medicine. According to an article in Work...

It’s All About the “W”

I always enjoy  Tow Times magazine articles that feature women involved in the towing and recovery industry. Their March 2019 issue article“Women Make More Inroads into Towing” highlighted three women, or as I refer to them — tow ladies — involved in various aspects of our industry.

Who Should Take the Training?

I'm hoping most towers have heard of SHRP2 (Strategic Highway Research Program), which is a Traffic Incident Management (TIM) training program offered by the Federal Highway Administration in partnership with American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
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