Los Angeles is one of the busiest and most traffic-ridden areas in the whole United States. With large amounts of traffic coming in and out of the ports as well as interstate travel, there are bound to be accidents, rollovers, breakdowns and other situations that happen on the road with vehicles of all shapes and sizes. Some require light or medium-duty towing. But if you drive a large truck, bus or machinery, you can avoid damage to your vehicle and extra stress by calling on the help of a heavy-duty towing company. Here are some situations and vehicles that require heavy-duty towing.
Biggest Recoveries of 2019
The Biggest and Best Recoveries This Year
Over the years, Pepe’s Towing Service has made a name for us as one of the most reliable and experienced heavy-duty towing companies in the Greater Los Angeles area. We get called to the scene of all kinds of crazy recoveries, accidents and roll-overs almost every day, and most of the time, our crew can record the process and share the videos with our loyal fans and other people in the towing industry. We were called to the scene of many epic recoveries throughout 2019, but we chose three of our biggest recoveries to highlight for you as we look back at the year.
Safe Truck Driving in the Rain
Tips to Drive Your Truck Safely in the Rain
Rainy season is almost upon us here in Los Angeles. And with the first drop of rain will come the people that don’t know how to drive in the rain. Rain causes the most accidents of all weather-related collisions. As tow truck drivers and operators of heavy-duty vehicles, we know there are certain precautions you can and should take during the rainy season to help with safe truck driving. Here are some of our suggestions to help you drive your truck or heavy-duty vehicle more safely in the rain.
Partnering with the City of Los Angeles to be an Official Police Garage
What It Means to be an Official Police Garage
In Los Angeles, people are dependent upon cars to get around. But most people don’t think about what happens when their car gets impounded or they get into an accident. Why would you want to? In the City of Los Angeles, towing and impound is strictly regulated and enforced. Currently, the Official Police Garage is decentralized, meaning the LAPD uses various locations across the city to accommodate their need for the storage of the vehicles that are towed. As mentioned before, this is highly regulated, and there are certain certifications you need and regulations you must adhere to in order to become an Official Police Garage. Keep reading for more details on what it means to be an OPG.