We Are Your Towing Service Kendall, FLorida
Exceptional Towing Service Kendall
At A.E.R. Towing we’re in the business of providing you with exceptional towing and roadside solutions. Having a breakdown on the side of the road, out in the middle of nowhere, or simply at your home, is nobody’s idea of a good time. We take the headache out of the process and get you back on the road in no time.
If your issue is one of a mechanical nature that we cannot solve, we’ll then tow you to an auto repair shop of your choice. But, don’t worry if you don’t have a relationship with a local mechanic. We have relationships all over Kendall and the surrounding areas and will be happy to call around an see if one of them can get you in. We are your friends in the towing business. And, in the end, it is our job to ensure that you have a positive experience with us. So, whether you need a jump start, battery replacement, lockout service, or a tow across town, A.E.R is the towing company that you can trust.
How Much Does Towing Service Kendall Cost?
One of the questions we receive on many occasions every day is how much does towing cost? To answer that question properly we must first gather some information and have our own questions answered. Rather than relying on guessing which can cause ill feelings if one feels they were cheated, we choose instead to let the facts guide us when determining our pricing structure.
When you call A.E.R. Towing for a tow truck, the first person you’ll talk with will be one of our friendly dispatchers. They will first listen to your concerns and then ask you a few short questions to determine the cost of towing services. In the State of Florida, tow company rates for consensual towing are not regulated. This means you must be careful when calling around for rates for towing. The method of setting rates varies from tow truck company to tow truck company. You’ll be shocked to learn that some tow companies do not carry the proper insurance. Which may why their rates can be so low. Of course, some towing companies still use bait and switch. So, be careful out there. If their tow rates seem too good to be true they probably are.
Questions Asked By Our Towing Dispatcher
When you call A.E.R. Towing we’ll provide with a 100% Iron Clad Estimate for services. But before we do we’ll need to have the following questions answered.
- Where is your vehicle located? If possible, we need to know the direction of travel and the nearest cross street.
- What kind of problems are you experiencing with your car? Is it – tires and wheels or engine related?
- Where would you like your vehicle towed? As we mentioned above, if you don’t know where to take it we can help.
- Will you be waiting with the vehicle? If not, where will you leave the keys?
- And lastly, will you be riding with the driver to the tow destination? If so, how many people are in your party?
Once we have the answers to these towing related questions we’ll be better able to provide you with a clear idea of how much the service will cost. Of course, as with any type of personal service, if the circumstances are not as you presented to us over the phone, the costs may vary.
How Does A Tow Truck Operator Tow A Car?
Another concern that many of our customers have has to do with damage to their car while towing. Here we’ll try to allay your fear by describing how a tow truck operator tows a car.
Depending upon the type of vehicle being towed, a tow truck operator may use a wrecker equipped with a wheel-lift or a flatbed to tow your car. However, and for the most part, all vehicles can be towed with either type of light-duty tow truck. That being said, the use of a flatbed tow truck is becoming more commonplace due to the fact that many vehicles are all-wheel-drive. The significance of a vehicle being an all-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive is that none of the tires can stay in contact with the surface of the road during the towing process.
If a tow truck operator tows an all-wheel-drive vehicle with a wrecker equipped with a wheel-lift that means he must use dollies to ensure that the wheels not being supported by the wheel-lift are not in contact with the road during transport.
Dollies are an axle and 4-wheel jacking system used to ensure your car’s tires don’t roll while being towed.
There are many other things to consider when towing your vehicles that we’ll address in other pages on our website. If you have any questions about our services or you need towing service Kendall Florida please don’t hesitate to call.