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ANo. Our conventional (wheel lift) tow trucks are capable of towing a vehicle with all the wheels off the ground.
My car is all- wheel-drive. Does it require a flatbed tow truck?
APossibly, Most manufactures say yes, at a limited speed and distance. You can find this information in your vehicles owners’ manual in the towing section.
My car has an automatic transmission. Can it be towed with the drive wheels on the ground?
AEvery vehicle manufacturer establishes guidelines, several companies compile these guidelines into an annual publication that is standard equipment for today’s tow truck operators.
With so many different makes and models, how do we remember all the towing methods?
ANo. Quite the opposite. Since your vehicle is lifted by its tires, it is riding on its own suspension. The tow truck suspension absorbs most of the bumps.
Is towing rough on my vehicle?
AYes. All our operators are tested and certified by the Towing and Recovery Association of America. Drivers must also attend an annual training refresher course to keep them sharp and learn new techniques.
Do tow truck operators have special training?