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AAA Towing & Roadside Assistance

AAA Towing & Roadside Assistance

The American Automobile Association, commonly referred to as AAA, has been in existence for more than 100 years. The founding members of AAA were early adopters of new automobile technology and created the association in order to help fellow car enthusiasts when they had trouble with their cars. And, while some of the roadside assistance needs back in the early days had to do with mechanical breakdowns or serious car accidents, much of the need for assistance was based on running out of gasoline or getting stuck on unpaved roads.

After World War II, the United States began constructing the interstate highway system, and subsequently, cities began to pop up and grow in what were once considered remote locations. And as these paved roads began to spider web across the rest of the country, more and more vehicles began traveling these roads. Which of course, increased the need for roadside assistance and towing companies.

Now, AAA roadside assistance is everywhere, because when it comes to needing help while out on the roads, everyone has either been in that position or will find themselves in the position of needing assistance with a broken-down automobile. And, with the advent of the smartphone motorists are calling for roadside assistance in staggering numbers. This means the American Automobile Association is being inundated with calls for help.

Unfortunately, many believe that the American Automobile Association has dropped the ball with regard to customer service in recent years. While their annual membership fee for a basic member includes 3 free miles of towing, many motorists have experienced longer than usual wait times. Sometimes motorists experience waits of more than 3 hours in sweltering heat on shoulders of busy interstates with cars whizzing by at 80+ miles per hour.

And, of course, you must read the fine print to learn exactly what your AAA membership includes and restricts. For example, did you know that AAA reserves the right to refuse to tow or provide service for any vehicle that has been “modified” by the owner? Yes, it’s true. The reason behind this policy is they say that a car that’s been modified by the owner can increase the risk of possible damage when towed or serviced.

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Heavy Truck Towing Services

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Towing your loaded trucks and trailers

If you operate a heavy duty box truck or a commercial tractor trailer and need towing or roadside assistance, we suggest that you call us direct as AAA does not provide towing service for loaded vehicles. As they state on their website, AAA roadside assistance is designed to get you on the go again, that is unless you operate the following vehicles: Taxi Cab, Limousines, Unlicensed Vehicles, Light Duty Trailers (boat trailers and horse trailers), and Loaded Vehicles.

If you’re an owner operator or work for a nationwide trucking company you understand the value of time. Every minute you’re sitting roadside waiting for a tow truck to arrive is another minute you’re losing money. So, we suggest that you call on our team of professionals the next time you need a tow for your truck. Why wait for roadside and risk the chance of getting slammed into by an inattentive motorist with his eyes on his phone? Instead, call the Dallas Towboys. Our heavy duty tow trucks and skilled operators will handle everything, all you have to do is sit in the truck and allow us to spring into action.

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AAA Flatbed Towing Restrictions

When you are involved in a car accident it can be quite stressful and you may not know what to do next. Many people choose to call their insurance company after an accident rather than calling on their AAA roadside assistance membership. One reason we’ve seen for making this choice is that regardless of the situation, you’re still going to pay the full deductible if you call AAA. So, rather than getting dinged for one of your annual calls to AAA, allow your insurance company to pay for the towing and accident recovery charges.

Besides, AAA does have a policy that states that not all vehicles require flatbed service. So, if their manual has determined that your vehicle doesn’t need a flatbed to be towed, then you’re going to either pay additional fees or accept the truck that responds. The problem of course with car accidents is, many times the wrecked vehicle is so badly damaged that the use of a flatbed tow truck is the quickest and best option for towing.

Rather than having to jump through all the hoops and talking to 3 or more people in order to get accident recovery service after an accident, we suggest that you call us direct. Our tow truck operator will take care of everything. We’ll remove your wrecked vehicle from the roadway, secure it to the bed of our truck and take it to either our secure storage facility or to a collision shop of your choice. Once your wrecked automobile is secured, your insurance company will send out an insurance adjuster to determine whether your vehicle is a complete loss or repairable.

Don’t waste your time dealing with the red tape that always surrounds any interactions with an insurance company. Instead, call us direct for accident recovery, towing service, and roadside assistance. We understand that your time is highly valuable and will do our best to get to you within 30 minutes of your call. That’s our normal response time for towing calls, it’s usually a lot quicker than that when we’re called for an emergency car accident tow.

Why wait for a tow truck?

When your car is unable to move on its own power, for whatever reason, you are going to need to call for a tow truck. Now, you could simply rely on your roadside assistance plan that came with your car, or roadside assistance insurance that’s included with your automobile insurance package, but you never know who they’re going to send to your rescue. And, while roadside assistance insurance companies have helped millions of people when they have problems with their cars, the truth is many of these companies pay their service providers, otherwise known as towing companies, very little money.

And, since we all know that the phrase, “You get what you pay for,” means the lower the price you pay for a service, the lower the quality of the service you’re going to receive. It’s akin to going to McDonald’s and ordering a Big Mac, but expecting to receive a grass-fed 22-ounce sirloin steak, cooked to perfection, instead. So, the result of paying less than going market rates is that there are fewer and fewer people willing to provide the service at those rates.

With fewer available service providers, insurance companies are hard-pressed to find quality tow truck companies to come to your rescue. So, rather than calling the 800 number on your insurance card, call us. When you do, you’ll speak to a knowledgeable dispatcher who will listen to your concerns and determine the best option to provide assistance. She’ll then take a look at the map that displays the location and status of each of our local tow truck operators and choose the one that’s closest to your location. And, in many cases, we can have a tow truck to your breakdown location in less than 30 minutes.

Once our tow truck operator has completed the required services, you pay him directly and he’ll provide you with a receipt. You can then submit that paid receipt to your insurance company for reimbursement. Sounds simple, right? That’s the way we like it. Call us whenever you need help with your car.

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What started as a great day can sometimes go sideways with a car breakdown. But, just because your car is experiencing problems doesn’t mean that you have to feel overwhelmed. Many times all that’s required is that you take a step back and look at the situation from the outside. Once you have a better understanding of the situation without all of the drama and emotion, your mind will be clearer and you will remember that you have the Dallas Towboys phone number plugged into the contacts on your phone. All that’s left to do then, is call. We’ll be there in a matter of minutes to help put an end to your frustrations.

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Our happy go lucky team at Dallas Towboys provides towing services, roadside assistance, light-duty towing service, heavy-duty towing service, auto wrecker, car towing service, and more in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Irving, Garland, Frisco, Addison, McKinney, Highland Village, Grand Prairie, Lewisville, Keller, Southlake, Colleyville, Grapevine, Euless, Denton, Mesquite, Carrollton, Richardson, Flower Mound, Farmers Branch, Westlake, Allen, North Richland Hills, Rowlett, DeSoto, Mansfield, Rockwall, Little Elm, Burleson, Duncanville and many more.

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No one ever said that getting your vehicle towed was fun, but it doesn’t need to be a nightmare either. That’s why many people are ditching their roadside assistance insurance plans and calling on our team at Dallas Towboys Towing. You can too.

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