There are many variables that contribute to traveling on the roads, whether you intend to stay within the Dallas, TX and surrounding areas, or are planning a bit of road trip. Road conditions, weather, current temperatures, day traveling, night traveling, traffic, and as well as other issues with the vehicle can all be affecting the vehicle’s ability to efficiently operating. Whether you are stranded roadside due to road conditions, your vehicle has faced an accident, or the vehicle is experiencing technical, mechanical, or electrical difficulties, knowing your towing options can better prepare you for your towing needs. Today, we at Citywide Towing Service would like to take the opportunity to elaborate on the basics of the towing options most towing companies have for their customers.
Types of Tow Trucks
Before you even contact your towing company, it is best to distinguish the service you need. You will expedite the process and get you off the road sooner by requesting the services you need right away. There are a handful of ways to tow your vehicle, depending on the surrounding circumstances from traditional towing to flatbed trailers. Below are the three most common methods.
Traditional Towing (Wheel Lift Towing)
Traditional towing will suffice in most situations. To easily haul the vehicle, the process involves lifting the front wheels off the ground. As one of the most popular towing methods used, most people can easily imagine the process to transport the vehicles. With Citywide Towing, traditional service, we deliver a higher standard to our valued customers to properly execute wheel lift towing services. This method is often used for management, emergency roadside assistance, accident response, and vehicle transport needs.
Flatbed towing accommodates most needs, especially if traditional towing is not conducive for your vehicle. To transport vehicles with drivers of four-wheel or all-wheel drive vehicles is enabled while using a flat, hydraulically inclining and declining surface as opposed to a hook. This method prevents damage the traditional method can potential inflict on the aforementioned vehicles. Additionally, motorcycles are better accommodated on flatbed tow trucks. Being that it avoids increased miles or potential driver error, this method is also ideal for high-end or novelty vehicles to retain their value for long-distance transport. Citywide Towing uses flatbed towing for your specialty vehicles and ensure the utmost care while under our responsibility.
Winching is commonly used to remove vehicles in unique situations and is very applicable in addition to other towing method types. Winch out services are frequently used to pull vehicles out of unsolid ground, such as sand, mud, water, or snow if you are driving in northern areas, as well as ditches or other tight spots the other towing trucks cannot get into it. With unpredictable weather and terrain that can vary throughout Dallas, winching is a common need and the experts of Citywide Towing can help rescue your vehicle safely.
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No matter towing method you feel you need, your if you are unsure, when you need towing or even roadside services in the Greater Dallas, Texas area, contact the certified professionals of Citywide Towing Service and our qualified experts will take care of your towing needs.