Heavy Duty Towing from VA to MD for 70,000 lb Truck and Trailer
Priority Towing recently provided their expert assistance to a customer in Fredericksburg, VA, who found themselves in need of heavy duty towing. The unfortunate trailer driver had encountered a breakdown after their engine suddenly seized, leaving them stranded behind a gas station.
It became evident that the situation required the professional intervention of a reliable heavy duty towing company. The customer explained that their trailer was carrying a 75% load of latex, adding a substantial weight of approximately 70,000 pounds when combined with the truck.
With utmost efficiency, the heavy duty towing dispatcher wasted no time dispatching a dedicated team member from Priority Towing, equipped with a reliable 35-ton wrecker, to handle the heavy duty towing task. Upon arriving at the scene, the attentive towing expert immediately noticed that the truck had been disconnected.
Drawing upon their expertise and experience, the skilled team member devised the best course of action for the heavy duty towing operation. First, they skillfully maneuvered the truck to a more convenient location by pulling it from the rear. Next, he meticulously hooked the front of the truck to the 35-ton wrecker, expertly reconnecting it to the trailer. With the truck and trailer securely joined, the proficient operator smoothly towed the entire combination back to the customer’s yard in Sykesville, MD.
Once the heavy duty towing operator arrived at the customer’s yard, he separated the truck and trailer, positioning the truck near the shop for further attention. The 24/7 towing team member took a total of 5 hours to successfully accomplish the mission. Great work!
Details of Heavy Duty Towing from VA to MD for 70,000 lb Truck and Trailer
Priority Towing recently assisted a customer who needed heavy duty towing in Fredericksburg, VA. The trailer driver had broken down behind a gas station after his engine seized and he realized that he needed the assistance of a heavy duty towing company. The customer explained that the trailer had a 75% load of latex, and the combo of his truck and trailer was about 70,000 pounds.
The heavy duty towing dispatcher immediately dispatched a Priority Towing team member, along with a 35 ton wrecker to complete the heavy duty towing job. Upon arrival on the scene, the heavy duty towing expert noticed that the truck had been disconnected.
Once he came up with the best course of action for the heavy duty towing job, the Priority Towing team member got to work. First, he had to pull the truck from the rear to a better location. The heavy duty towing expert then hooked the front of the truck with the 35 ton wrecker. He reconnected the truck to the trailer, and the heavy duty towing operator towed the truck and trailer back to the customers yard in Sykesville, MD.
Once the heavy duty towing operator arrived at the customer’s yard, he separated the truck and trailer combo and put the truck near the shop. The entire heavy duty towing job took 5 hours to complete.