Towing FAQs


The minimum charge for towing services is typically around $65 but distance and the type of tow are considered when determining the exact price.
There are no restrictions on what vehicles can be towed as long as the tow truck has the appropriate equipment.
If you are towing a car that is not your own, then you will need to contact your insurance company. If you are towing your car, then you do not need to contact your insurance company.
Insurance companies do not typically refund customers for towing expenses. However, many companies will reimburse customers if they are towed to a preferred tow truck service provider. Be sure to ask your insurance company about their specific policies regarding towing and reimbursement.
If a vehicle is damaged during a tow, the towing company is typically responsible for the damages. However, it is important to read the towing company's policies and procedures in order to understand what is covered and what is not. In some cases, the towing company may require that the vehicle be towed to a specific location in order for it to be inspected.
The towing company will take your vehicle to the nearest service station, garage or any location that you would like your vehicle to get dropped off.