For local residents in Clackamas County, we aim to arrive on site within 30 minutes, depending on road and weather conditions. Our tow truck operators are responsive and give ETAs for towing and roadside assistance jobs.
We know that cars can run into unexpected accidents or collisions on the road, and we work day and night, 24/7, in order to help reduce the frustration and anxiety with car problems.
We have different tow trucks that are capable of hooking up different vehicles. So whether you have a two wheel drive passenger or an all wheel drive, our trucks can accommodate yours. For extreme scenarios, like if your car gets stuck in a ditch, we offer winch out service as well.
When you give us a call, we'll ask about the type of vehicle you have, and your pick up and drop off locations. With that information, we'll answer all your questions and give you a free price estimate on the phone.
When you're ready to hire a 24 hour towing company, there are many factors that affect the total price. On average they cost about $100–$150 for most local tows. But before making any final decisions let's dig into these other contributing costs: There are usually two costs associated with towing, the driving distance and the towing hookup. The charge for the car hookup starts around $75. This is where we prep your vehicle and connect it to our tow truck so that it is safe and secure for the road. This cost may vary as well, depending on the type and size of your vehicle and the type of truck that will be needed for the car recovery.
The second cost is the cost per mile driven. Most local tows occur within 20 miles around the Lake Oswego, Tualatin, Portland, Tigard, and Beaverton areas. Again the cost per mile can typically range from $4–$8.
To get a full estimate on the total cost of your tow, give us and call and tell us your pick up and drop off locations so we can give you the costs.