Looking For Flatbed Towing In Duplin County?
Are you stranded roadside in an SUV, a 4-wheel drive truck, or a classic car that’s best towed by a flatbed tow truck? DuCo Towing is the company for you. Our tow truck operators are professional and highly skilled at the use of flatbed tow trucks. They know all of the proper ways to transport your vehicle for a safe, damage-free tow. No matter what you are driving or where you need to be picked up in the Duplin County area, we can help. We provide 24-hour roadside assistance and towing services. The best part is our wrecker service operators are friendly and love what they do.
If you’ve been involved in an accident here in Duplin County or Teachey, North Carolina, a flatbed tow truck is the best way to tow your vehicle to prevent further damage. You can’t tell at the time your vehicle is picked up all the damage that may have been caused during the accident. So getting all the wheels off of the ground will keep complications from arising during the tow and prevent more damage during the transport.
Flatbed Towing Is The Preferred Way To Tow.
The advantage of having your vehicle towed by a flatbed tow truck, no matter the make or model of your vehicle, is the fact that your car is up off the ground. It will be riding on the car carrier, rather than being pulled behind a wrecker equipped with a wheel-lift. Of course, if done by a professional wrecker operator, wrecker towing can be performed without damages. Whichever way you go, keeping your drive wheels off the ground is paramount. It helps to prevent damage to the transmission due to the fact that the vehicle isn’t running and necessary fluids will not be circulating. Not to mention, flatbed towing saves time during loading and unloading. If you drive an SUV, 4-wheel-drive, or all-wheel-drive and your car is being towed by a wrecker, we must use dollies to get the drive wheels off of the ground during transport.
A flatbed tow truck also is the safest mode of transport for the motoring public as well as for the safety of your vehicle. With your vehicle being carried and firmly strapped down instead of possibly swaying behind a wheel lift truck, the risk of harm to other drivers and pedestrians on the road is minimized.