Heavy Duty Towing

This is a picture of a heavy duty towing.

When it comes to towing, the old adage of ‘one size fits all’ definitely doesn’t apply. If you think about it, it is simple physics - in order to pull something, you need to exert more force on the object depending on how heavy it is. The same can be said for lifting and the same can be said for pushing as well. Therefore, there are different terms in the towing world that describe the different brackets of towing technique that you can call upon in different times of need.

Luckily, if you live in the Tyler area, there is a company that is proficient in all three. They have the tools and the experience to manage any kind of job and they are only a phone call away (all contact details can be found here on this website). So, what are you waiting for? Save our number now and make sure that Tyler Towing Service is the name you think of when you need a helping hand. Please continue reading to find out about heavy duty towing as well as the other, lighter options.

Light and Medium Duty Towing

These are the most used versions of towing services. Light duty towing is what most people will be familiar with. It generally concerns cars, small bikes and small trucks, heavy machinery and even, sometimes, boats! Sometimes, people feel like they can handle this kind of work for themselves, however, it is always a good idea to call a professional. We have done it so many times before that we know the ins and the outs. We know when it is a good idea to winch and when you should use a wheel elevation or a bumper hook. Then, the big brother of light-duty towing is known as medium-duty. This is where things get a little bit more serious!

Medium-duty towing is the moving and pulling of box-trucks, 4 by 4s and small RV’s. Rest assured that despite this heavier gear, you will never get stuck if you know about Tyler Towing Service. We can even call upon a fleet of vehicles if we need to, making sure that you are never left high and dry.

Heavy-Duty Towing

Here it is: the grandfather of towing. Heavy-duty refers to all size 8 vehicles, tractors, lorries and trailers. When we take on work like this we make sure that we are well prepared. The equipment changes are managed by our in house team and if we need to arrange more equipment on the scene or at a future date, this will always be fully standardized and insured gear from reputable suppliers that we trust. Don’t worry, we don’t get intimidated by the size of these big ones!

At Tyler Towing Services, we have been about for long enough to see most things before and deal with them one by one. Now, we have a wealth of knowledge and a lot of confidence to draw upon. Give us a call right now!

Tyler, TX