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Big Vehicles That Can Surprisingly Be Towed By a Tow Truck

Although we all reasonably expect tow trucks to tow coupes, sedans, and even SUVs, not a lot of people know that there are several types of big vehicles that can also be towed. In case you ever are in a pickle but have a bigger vehicle that’s left stranded on the side of the road, there’s still hope! Read on to discover 4 different types of big vehicles that can surprisingly be towed:

  • Buses

School buses, coach buses, and pretty much any other kind of bus out there can still be towed! While buses are large vehicles, heavy-duty tow trucks can often efficiently and safely haul these long, big vehicles to wherever they need to go in the case of a roadside emergency.

  • Mobile Homes

Have you ever seen an entire home on a trailer? While it’s not very common, you may have seen it, and that’s because mobile homes can be towed with the use of heavy-duty wheel lifts, frame axle, and heavy-duty tow trucks! If you need to get your mobile home from point A to point B and aren’t sure how, don’t hesitate to call your local heavy-duty towing company for assistance.

  • Garbage Trucks

Do you regularly see your garbage company come by in their huge trucks to collect your trash? While garbage trucks are enormous, heavy-duty tow trucks can be powerful enough to haul them in the case of an emergency! Towing companies often use underreach and wheel lifts to safely move these vehicles. 

  • Semi Tractor-trailers

Finally, semi tractor-trailers can be towed, too. Believe it or not, heavy-duty tow trucks and experienced professionals can carefully haul disabled semi tractor-trailers to safety with hook up equipment and the right safety precautions.

And if you’re still curious, check out this article for more information on the different categories of tow trucks and their uses. 

No matter the size of your vehicle, if you ever find yourself on the side of the road, give Tow Pro a call at 615.256.TOWS(8697). Our experienced operators can help you determine which type of towing you need and send out the heavy-duty towing professionals to get you where you need to go!

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