We are fast and friendly roadside assistance and local towing service in Los Angeles, CA.We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With our convenient location, we can arrive quickly at any location within the 5, 405, 101, and 10 freeways. Less than ten minutes away from Downtown Los Angeles.
- Accident Emergency Towing
- Local Vehicle Transportation
- Battery Jump Start & Replacement
- Wheel Lift Towing
- Low Clearance Towing
- Flatbed Towing
- Tire Change
- Fuel Deliver
- R.V. Towing
- Motorcycle Roadside Assistance
When calling us at 213-296-0006,
you will never hear from an answering machine. Our dispatchers are available to answer any of your roadside questions. We will dispatch a truck to your location quickly by asking a few simple questions, so please be ready:
- Vehicle Location
- Reason for calling
- Car make & model
- Desired destination
With our high industry standards, we can help you with heavier vehicles such as buses, trucks, vans, tractors, forklifts, other tow trucks.Our Towing company can handle it all.
We are here to help people in their emergencies. With so many years in business, we gained the trust of L-A people.
A vehicle plays a significant role in our daily routine, so when you experience a breakdown, you wont to get that thing fixed as soon as you can. A quick tow truck arrival and transport to a local mechanic will do the job. We are the ambulance for your car which will deliver it to the hospital :)
We are looking forward to your phone call and will be here to help you.
Are you aware of all the things that can happen to your vehicle when you drive around Los Angeles? Your vehicle’s engine could suddenly refuse to start, and you will find yourself doing a frantic Internet search for a “towing company near me” on your smartphone. We want you to know that we can help you in such a situation fast. We are available for towing services 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. All you have to do is call us, and we will send one of our tow trucks to your location right away. Even if your vehicle does not need to be towed, but you simply ran out of gas, got locked out of your vehicle, just need a jump start, or need a tire change, we can help!
We are your local roadside assistance provider in Los Angeles. You reached the right place!
Public Vs. Private Property
Towing Towing is not all the same. Most people don't realize that because they freak out as soon as they notice their car has gotten towed. All they care about is retrieving their car as quickly as possible.
The two types of car towing are public and private property towing. It would help if you took it upon yourself to understand the differences between public and private.
Otherwise, it might take a lot of time and money to get your car back. Public Towing Illegally parking on public property will warrant a public tow to be performed on your car.
Public property is considered any property owned by the city, such as a road, street, or parking lot of a public building.
So, if you illegally park your car in one of these locations, a local public agency has the right to request a public tow of your vehicle.
A public agency is an organization that works for the local city, state or county government, such as a police department, State Department of Transportation, or other local parking enforcement officials.
When one of these public agencies requests a public tow, they must indicate which ordinance was violated. The ordinance violation will get cited in the copy of the paperwork you receive regarding the public tow. Retrieving your vehicle can be difficult in these situations.
Some states have laws that require owners to pay the towing fees and storage fees before they are allowed to get their cars back. The worst part is that you'll have to wait for the company to send you a bill in the mail.
The billing statement might include local city fines and penalty costs too. If you don't pay your bill by the due date, the company will notify a collections agency about your inability to pay your debt. This will hurt your credit rating significantly. Don't let any of this happen to you. If your car was publicly towed, contact your local police department and request all the information you can about how to get your car back.
Private Towing Private towing concerns people who illegally park on someone else's private property.
For instance, if you park your car on someone else's front lawn or driveway, they have the right to get your car towed away.
Some state and local governments allow companies to conduct private tows without calling the police. The tow itself must be reported to the police, but the company doesn't need to get the police's permission to tow it.
Private towing applies to business property as well. For instance, if you park your car after hours in the parking lot of a local storefront, the business owner has the right to have your vehicle towed. There should be signs posted around the area to warn people about not parking in the lot during a particular timeframe.
If you ignore the posted warnings, then you have violated the law. That makes the tow justified. Towing companies make a lot more money from private towing. Sometimes they purposely search around for vehicles that violate the local parking ordinances, even if it's for a short time. Someone could park their car next to the sidewalk of a business strip for a minute or two and find a truck operator at the scene. The good news is that most states allow the owners to get their cars back right away after they've been towed privately. They don't have to wait until they can pay the towing or storage fees.
However, many companies will refuse to release a car until the owner pays the costs.
The companies assume the owner doesn't know their rights and won't bother researching them.
Don't let yourself fall into this situation. Learn more about your rights before letting a company tell you what to do. If the law states you can retrieve your vehicle, then demand that the company give you back your car or else you'll call the police. They should comply with your request if you put this kind of pressure on them.
Towing companies know the laws very well, so this will indicate that you know the laws too.