Towing FAQs

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Do I Need To Be With My Vehicle To Tow It?

No, you don’t need to be with your vehicle to tow it. You can have someone else tow your car for you.

Do I need to contact my insurance company if I need a tow?

If you’re towing a vehicle that isn’t yours, you’ll need to get in touch with your insurance provider. However, If you’re towing your own automobile, you don’t have to contact your insurer.

What restrictions are there, if any, on what vehicles can be towed?

There are no restrictions on what cars can be towed, as long as the tow truck has the corresponding equipment.

What if my car becomes damaged while being towed?

Although the towing company is usually liable for any damages done to a vehicle during transport, it’s driver or owner should still read and comprehend the towing companies’ policies. Importantly, there are times when the car must be towed to where the organization does its inspections.

Is it possible that my insurance firm will reimburse me for towing costs?

Towing costs are generally not reimbursed by insurance companies but many firms will reimburse customers if they are towed to a preferred tow truck service provider, as long as the customer agrees to pay for any associated expenses (such as towing and storage) before the policy expires.

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