Wheel Lift Towing

Introducing Wheel Lift Towing

Wheel Lift Tow Trucks are equipped with metal yoke which can go beneath the front or back wheels of a vehicle and lift it up using a hydraulic system. With the two of the front or back wheels lifted off the ground, the remaining wheels will run along the road when the vehicle is towed.

Why Use This Method

Wheel lift towing is much easier and maneuverable, in allowing vehicles to move through small spaces and tight spots. Let’s say the car breaks down and it is parked parallel, one must find a way to remove the car without causing damage to nearby cars. This is when wheel lift tow truck comes in, it can quickly remove the car with ease. As it is simpler methods among other towing, minimum effort and equipment is required to give great results. Possible vehicle damage is reduced to minimum and two-wheel drive vehicles can also be moved out from small spaces. Due to its capability, wheel lift towing has helped our towing team transported many vehicles efficiently daily. The towing truck may look small, but it actually is packed with great power. Whenever needed in a towing situation, we will deploy it for smooth and trouble-free towing.

Efficient Services and Customer Focused

Towing Burbank provides quality towing services with well-maintained, state-of-the-art tow trucks. Our comprehensive fleet of tow trucks are fully equipped with the right tools and equipment. We have the ability to tow or haul various types of vehicles, whether it is motorcycle, car, vans, trucks or others, we can manage them in fast and effectively. We place high emphasis in satisfying our customers, at the same time maintaining safety of you and your vehicle.

Burbank Towing is committed to providing you with excellent towing as well as exceptional customer service. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our hope is that we provide you with the best towing service in town. If you need wheel lift towing, don’t hesitate to call us at (818) 319-4477!

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