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Garland flatbed towing service

Flatbed Towing

Flatbed towing might not be the most common type of towing, but it’s known to be the most secure secure. Most vehicles can be towed the normal way, with a tow anchor attached to the tow hitch or chassis of a vehicle with rear wheels in motion as it’s being towed. The normal works fine for cars that need to be transported short distances, but flatbed towing is perfect for all other towing situations in Garland.

Benefits of Flatbed TowingGarland Flatbed Towing Service

Safety

Say you need towing because your car was involved in an accident, suffered from a flat tire, or broke down. None of these situations sound nice for a driver. If your vehicle was involved in an accident, your main goal is to get it to a repair shop without damages becoming more extensive. And, if you have a flat tire or your vehicle broke down, your main goal is to get your vehicle home or to a repair shop without incurring further damage.

Flatbed towing protects vehicles quite well. Essentially, a vehicle can be rolled onto a flatbed tow truck. If one or more tires is inoperable, flatbed trucks have electric cables to pull cars up onto the flatbed. Once aboard, the vehicle wil be secured in place. The members of the towing team will secure the vehicle to the flatbed. We’ve executed a flatbed tow hundreds of times so you can be at ease knowing that your vehicle is in great hands.

Accessibility

Flatbed tow trucks are unique with regards to their ability to incline, decline and twist to enable easy boarding. Unfortunately, vehicles can break down in the worst locations in terms of towing. They might be wedged in between cars or stuck in a parking garage. Therefore, the versatility of a flatbed tow truck simplifies the towing process. Accessibility is key for towing all kinds of vehicles, and it’s a feature included in a flatbed.

Flatbed towing is best for…

Heavy Vehicles

Believe it or not, flatbed tow trucks are perfect for towing full-sized trucks. Trucks, especially newer models, are rarely towed the normal way. In fact, trucks are usually the ones doing the towing instead of getting towed. Heavy-duty vehicles are in much better hands when towed by a flatbed truck. A reputable towing company will know which kind of tow truck is needed for a given situation. All you have to do is let us know what kind of vehicle you have and we’ll be on our way.

All-Wheel Drives

Additionally, flatbed tow trucks help with towing all-wheel vehicles. The normal car towing method risks damaging the transmission of all-wheel vehicles. With all four wheels off the ground during flatbed towing, damage to the engine nor general wear and tear will be a concern. Vehicles like U-Hauls and RVs also benefit from flatbed towing.

If you’re vehicle ever breaks down and you’re in need of towing, give MR Towing Services a call at (214) 238-5134. We’ll get to you in no time with the proper tow truck and equipment. We provide both short-distance and long-distance towing. We’ll discuss your destination and get your vehicle there safely and securely. Please visit our website—mrtowingservices.com—and check our blog for additional towing input.

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(214) 238-5134

115 Richardson Ct.
Suite MR
Allen, TX 75002

Our other locations in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area:

1225 Belt Line Rd
Suite 120
Garland, TX 75040

9220 Skillman St
#129-A
Dallas, TX 75243

2627 S Cooper St
Suite 102
Arlington, TX 76015

822 Custer St
Arlington, TX 76014