By Edward D. Johnson Editor’s Note: The following article is a more in-depth version of the December issue Tow Times Learning Center topic: Chain and Cable Safety.
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Jump Start Procedures By Edward D. Johnson Editor’s Note: The following article is a more in-depth version of the November issue Tow Times Learning Center topic: Jump Start Procedures:
Editor’s Note: this online article is a more in-depth version of the article “Vehicle Control” that appeared in the Tow Times October issue.
By Dan Messina [Editor’s Note: The following is a continuation of Dan Messina’s article “5 Ways to Promote Your Business in Your Community and Feel Great About It” featured in the September issue of Tow Times.]
Editor’s Note: This is a lengthier, online version of Ed Johnson’s TT Learning Center article that appears in the Tow Times September issue.
Editor’s Note: This is a lengthier, online version of Ed Johnson’s TT Learning Center article that appears in the Tow Times August issue. Towing 4-wheel Drive Vehicles (Online Version)
A 1993 tri-axle Kenworth W900 mounted with a Challenger 35-ton unit is featured on the Tow Times July issue cover and center spread. The truck is the Working Truck category winner of the 2012 Shine ‘n Star tow truck beauty contest. Towing operator safety is […]
The Tow Times June 2013 issue features our annual focus on towing operators training with fire/rescue departments to better work together at accident/extrication scenes. This issue covers the importance of large truck extrication training, and features actual rescues where towing operators and their equipment make […]
On the Tow Times May issue cover is a 2009 Kenworth T800 equipped with an NRC 50/65 Sliding Rotator. The truck won the Heavy-duty category of the 2012 Tow Times Shine ‘n Star tow truck beauty contest. See the Tow Times print or digital issue for […]
A container truck loaded with clothes being shipped to Africa lost control on a junction of the M6 motorway near Coventry, England. The combination rolled and slid on its side through railings, dropping to the motorway below. Fillongley Garage sorted it out with an NRC […]