TAP HERE to call now us now if you are in Tempe looking for a tow truck near me.
When trouble comes your way and you vehicle won’t get you home, you need a tow truck company to show up fast, before you and your car melt in the Arizona sun. We can get you un-stuck.
You searched for a tow truck near me, now just tap to call, and we'll take care of the rest. We offer fast, cheap tow truck service 24 hours a day. We’ve got tow truck operators on standby near you when you need us. We are located just off the 202 and can get to I-10 or wherever you are pretty quick.
Running out of gas sucks! Been there and done that. Call me and I'll bring you some!
We tow Chandler folks 24/7. Call us day or night. And, we can save you some MONEY if you call us first. It can be as little as $75 depending on where you are broken down.
We're always hauling people over here and over there. To grandmother's house, to the repair shop, to the tire shop, etc.
Well, thanks for stopping here at our website. I hope you have enjoyed your stay so far.
How Does a Tow Truck Work? In general, a tow truck is just a truck chassis with a specific machine built onto it – and the types of machines vary nowadays. The main part of tow trucks based around pulley designs is the boom winch – a strong, hydraulic winch used to pull cars, which can weigh a lot. An average car or truck or SUV or mini-van can weigh thousands of pounds.
Then, the distinct part of a tow truck is the method by which it lifts a car. An oldie is the good old hook-and-chain, or sling type tow truck. Essentially, chains are wrapped around the car’s frame or bumper, and the car is lifted partially off the ground, its non-drive wheels kept on the ground. For that reason, a 4×4 (or all-wheel drive car) can’t be lifted and towed by a sling type tow truck. But, not all tow trucks are created equal. To keep from scratching a car up, for example, spectacle lift tow trucks use a yoke to cradle the drive wheels of a broken-down car, then use a hydraulic hoist to pull it up. Integrated tow trucks use the same concept, but include a boom winch instead of a hoist. Again, however, all-wheel drive cars are boned in this case.
That is why flatbed tow trucks exist. They’re fairly simple – they’re trucks with a removable metal bed that can be hydraulically moved off the back of the truck and onto the ground. Then, the towed car is pulled with a winch onto the flatbed, and the bed is moved back onto the truck.
In the end, tow trucks – despite their unsavory reputation among some – are real lifesavers in general. Most vehicle companies that possess a large fleet have a tow truck just in case they need to tow one of their own cars. Government services have tow trucks. Even the military uses them, with armies having something called an “armored recovery vehicle”. Let’s rename them “life savers”.
Give us a call when you need a life saver and we’ll rescue you from whatever situation you’re in!