We all experience vehicle breakdowns when we least expect it. It can happen in a parking lot, on the highway, or in your garage. When faced with a vehicle breakdown, we are left with no choice but to call a reliable towing company that can provide 24*7 roadside assistance and towing services. Tow trucks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and not all of them are designed equal. 

If you find yourself in a situation where you have no option but to call for help, Casey Towing is the best. Contact us to schedule a top-rated 24*7 towing services anywhere in Melbourne and the surrounding area.

Different types of tow truck

There are four primary types of tow trucks, each with its own design and purpose for towing different makes of vehicles offering 24 hours towing service.

Flatbed tow truck

Flatbed tow trucks are perhaps the most widely used form of towing vehicle. It features a long empty bed with a flat top and hydraulics systems for moving the flatbed higher and downwards. You can either drive or have your vehicle pushed up to the ramp. They are very useful for towing vehicles that have experienced a breakdown on the road or have been in an accident.

Integrated tow trucks

Integrated tow trucks, unlike flatbed towing vehicles, are significantly more specialized and are often used for heavy-duty hauling. These trucks are typically employed to transport bigger rigs or buses since they feature additional axles for enhanced stability and strength.

Wheel-Lift Tow Trucks

The mechanism of a wheel-lift tow truck is identical to that of hook and chain tow trucks. The only exception with this tow truck wheel lift is that they use a metal yoke instead of chains. Wheel-lift tow trucks cause significantly less pressure to the pulled vehicle.

Hook and chain tow

A Hook and Chain tow truck is extremely adaptable and is used to tow a range of difficult-to-handle freight. However, these trucks are becoming less popular today. This towing type puts a tremendous amount of pressure on the pulled vehicles, which is why most towing companies avoid using it.

We at Casey Towing proudly serve the community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

How a tow truck is different from a wrecker

Wreckers are also called boom trucks. It has a large boom and an extra cable on the winch to provide access to more precise regions of a car. A wrecker is commonly used when recovery is required. Tow trucks frequently have booms, but these days, most tow trucks are flatbed trucks that allow you to park your vehicle on the truck while towing.

Need towing services in and around Melbourne?

Now Casey Towing Transport is available in Lynbrook Victoria 3975, Australia.

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Casey Towing Transport

39 Majestic Blvd

Cranbourne VIC 3977

0435 555 400


Types of Tow Trucks
Types of Tow Trucks