Must-haves In Long Distance Towing Service
Pre Long Distance Towing
Owing to the distance, long-distance towing requires more tools and equipment compared to local towing. We at Big Rig are always ready with our preemptive measures to travel safely with your vehicles and heavy equipment.
What We Do
At Big Rig, we check the following before starting a long-distance towing journey:
- Our tow truck is ready to hit the road.
- Service checks like tires should be inflated, the brake should be working, brake fluid, gasoline, oil, battery, and diesel all should be at required levels.
During Long-distance Towing
At the onset of the service, we assess the condition of your vehicle and record it. For road safety, we transport one trailer on one tow truck at a time. Professional mechanical technicians at Big Rig carefully load the vehicles on the trailer safely.
During the transport, our crew completes the spot checks and records the results of the tests. This helps increase the safety of the process. For instance, if a fastening cable gets loose, our drivers and technicians pull over at the bays and get it fixed. All these checks and balances eradicate the chances of unpleasant events expected during the long-distance hauling.
Post Long Distance Hauling
Post-long-distance hauling process, we make sure that you are satisfied with the condition of your vehicle and that it has reached the correct destination. Moreover, we reassess the conditions of our tow truck and get any problem fixed, so we are ready to serve our next client.