Breaking Sown The Light-Duty Basics

The agile and efficient nature of light-duty tow trucks enables them to tow a wide assortment of vehicles. Light-duty tow trucks are essential for roadside assistance services, and they are frequently called upon for routine service calls—from flat tires, to engine stalls, to jump-starts, and everything in between.

Similar to medium-duty tow trucks, light-duty tow trucks are equipped with a modern wheel-system, which eliminates all tow truck and vehicle contact (with an exception of the rubber on a vehicle’s tires). Light-duty tow trucks lift the vehicle off of the ground by securing either the front two or back two wheels. The other pair of wheels remains in contact with the road while the vehicle is being towed to assist in the transportation process.

In addition, light-duty tow trucks have the potential to tow vehicles using the dolly towing technique. Through this technique, an extra dolly is added as an extension to the tow truck, allowing the two wheels that are not making direct contact with the tow truck to be lifted off of the ground. This, ultimately, eliminates all previously existing vehicle-to-ground contact, and is particularly helpful in instances where vehicles are unable to roll, are stuck in gear, or are heavily damaged.

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Which Vehicles are Light-Duty Worthy?

Our light-duty tow trucks enable us to tow the following types of vehicles:

  • Cars
  • SUVs
  • Vans
  • Minivans
  • Pick-up trucks
  • Motorcycles
  • Small trailers

The Medium-Duty Basics

Medium-duty tow trucks’ petite size creates an unmatchable ease of maneuverability, allowing for the retrieval of vehicles stuck in even the most confining situations. The strength of its tow and recovery power exceeds the industry standard, reinforcing the invaluable characteristics that medium-duty tow trucks provide to our fleet.