Flatbed Tow Truck
Towing a vehicle from one place to another can be risky. Things like road debris could leave dings, scratches, or nicks in the paint. If you are using a friend’s vehicle to drag it, you could inquire damages such as damaging the transmission. The best way to avoid these issues is by calling a towing company to tow your vehicle.
There are a couple of ways a towing company could tow your vehicle one is by a wrecker, and by flatbed towing, also known as a car carrier, this is where the vehicle rests on the bed of the truck.
Flatbed Tow Truck Decatur
Flatbed Towing is the preferred method of towing whether you drive a two-wheel drive, four-wheel, truck, or an SUV. A flatbed may be necessary and is beneficial. We have put together four primary benefits of towing with a flatbed tow truck.
- It’s the best way to prevent further damage to a wrecked or towed vehicle.
The traditional towing method of using a wrecker there’s a chance that the vehicle being towed could be damaged by hitting a pothole or hitting a bump in the road. But, when being towed by flatbed towing, all four wheels are up off the ground. Therefore, there will be no damage to the transmission or body damage.
2.Highest safety on the road.
Towing a vehicle by a flatbed is the safest option. Because your vehicle is firmly strapped on the truck’s bed, keeping it away from other motorists and preventing it from swaying behind the tow truck.
3. It may be the only option for towing your vehicle.
Vehicles such as a four-wheel drive, SUV, and an all-wheel-drive require flatbed towing to prevent transmission damage to your vehicle also if you have a broken axel.
4. Towing with a flatbed is time-saving.
Using a wrecker to tow may require dollys to prevent transmission damage. But, when towing with a flatbed, loading a vehicle is easy. All we have to do is winch it onto the bed and properly strap it down for transport.
When you need flatbed towing, All American Towing would like you to know we offer fast, affordable, and reliable towing service to those who live and to those who are passing through Decatur, Texas.