There are different categories of towing services — namely, light towing, medium towing and heavy towing. Light towing is for standard-size vehicles such as cars and trucks that are light-duty. Most companies will have no trouble when it comes to light towing. Bus towing falls under medium-duty towing. In this category also is towing for vans and RVs. Truck towing and machinery towing are both classed as heavy-duty towing. Whenever you are in need of medium and heavy-duty towing services, you have to be particularly careful about your choice of towing company if you expect the job to get done. [Read More]
Road Trip: 2 Occasions When You Will Need a Tow Truck
If you are planning a road trip, you will want to make sure you are properly prepared. Road trips can be very exciting. However, they can also be a little bit scary. If you are taking a road trip across Australia, it is likely you will be travelling through some remote places as you go from town to town. A road trip is also likely to place additional stress on your car as you will be covering many miles in a relatively short space of time. [Read More]
Don't Overlook These Details When Ordering a Custom Trailer!
A custom trailer can be just what you need for hauling your boat or ATV, equipment you use on the job, or anything else that can't be stored and hauled in or on your vehicle. If trailers that are available on the market don't seem to be the right fit for your equipment or don't offer all the features you need, you can order one to be custom made for you. [Read More]
Best Safety Practices When You're Trailering
Towing a trailer inherently exposes drivers to a greater level of road safety risk because the safety of both the tow vehicle and the trailer has to be taken into consideration. If you intend to start trailering, you should first learn how to go about the process safely. Here are a number of important tips you should follow whenever you are towing a trailer. Find out the towing capacity of your vehicle. [Read More]