Before we explain just why flatbed towing is such a great option for most people out there, particularly those who want to absolutely guarantee no extra damage is caused to their vehicle (a great option for those with high end vehicles, and for those whose car wheels are damaged so might not be able to be towed through normal means), let’s start off by saying that if you are currently stranded and are in need of immediate help, just give our Oahu tow company a call now, and let us know exactly how we can help you. We can have an Oahu all island towing agent at your location within minutes, so call us now!
There are many different types of towing services out there, but flatbed towing is one of the most common and preferred options nowadays. Why is that? Well first of all, you need to understand what flatbed towing is. Some of the towing options out there are dollies, which is when the vehicle’s front wheels are lifted off of the ground and connected to the tow truck, but the vehicle’s back wheels are still running on the ground, essentially playing a game of cat and mouse, wherein the towed vehicle just follows the vehicle that is doing the towing. Also, we also have the hook & chain method, which is similar to dollies, except that the car being towed is connected to the towing vehicle by its axles instead of by its front wheels.
Then we have flatbed towing - perhaps the Holy Grail of all of the different towing options, and luckily enough, also something that our all island towing Oahu company specializes in. With flatbed towing, the vehicle being towed is placed into the flatbed platform of the vehicle that is doing the towing, and raised off of the ground and taken from point A to point B. In this manner, the vehicle being towed is protected much better than in other forms of towing, because it is raised off of the ground so can’t really get damaged by potholes, nails, or anything else that may be on the road. Also, flatbed towing is a lot more versatile, because whereas there are limits to what type of vehicles can be towed with dollies or with the hook & chain method, the only thing limiting what can be towed with Honolulu flatbed tow trucks is whether or not the vehicle fits into the flatbed - you could literally tow boats, cars, trucks, motorcycles, or anything else with a flatbed tow truck, as long as it fits in the platform.
As with everything that we do here at our company, the prices are dependent on a few different factors, like where you are at, how far you want to go, and other basic pieces of information along those lines. Nevertheless, even regardless of all of that, we still have fairly affordable prices on all of our different services compared to many other options that are available on the island. So there is nothing to lose by giving us a shot, so call us up today so you can talk with one of our transport employees to figure out the best way to help you in your current situation. Give us a call now at the number below, if you want to speak with one of our all island towing agents immediately, and have someone en route to assist you with your flatbed towing needs within minutes!
Truly, what is there to lose? When you call us, the worst that can happen is that you might realize that we are not the best towing company to take care of your needs - and then what? You will literally be in the same position that you are in right now - stranded on the side of the road, and all that you will have lost is maybe two or three minutes of time. On the other hand, when you realize that we are a great fit for your needs, you will have help on the way to get you out of your situation in just a few minutes. Right now is your chance to take the first steps to getting off of the side of the road. Although Honolulu is a very peaceful place, it can also be a bit unsafe in some areas, and when you are sitting around stranded because your car has broken down, you are literally a sitting duck for anyone who has bad intentions toward you. Put your safety first - call us today so that we can take care off you now in your time of need, at (808)400-1522.