Heavy

Heavy Duty Towing Service

HEAVY DUTY TOWING SERVICE

We are a full-service towing company, including heavy and medium duty tows and recoveries! Covering greater  Phoenix and surrounding areas with professional service. Freeway Towing & Storage is committed to being fast, reliable and respectful on every job. We're located in Central Phoenix with easy access to all major freeways. We understand how important your business is and we treat your business just like it was our own. Accidents can happen at anytime, which is why we operate 24/7/365. Whether you need a tow or experienced an accident, we are here to help.

Heavy Towing Services

Our specialty and primary focus is medium and heavy duty towing and recovery, including:

  • Semi Truck Towing
  • Box Truck Towing
  • 5th wheel trailers
  • Tractor Trailer Combos (including doubles)
  • Tankers
  • Buses
  • Heavy Machinery Towing
  • Trailer/Container Lifts
  • Tractor Decking
  • Winch Outs
  • Roll-Overs
  • 40' Shipping Containers
  • 20' Shipping Containers
  • Conex Box

 

Semi-Truck Towing Service

We understand that when your truck is down on the side of the road you are losing money. That is why we pride ourselves in rapid response time with the proper equipment to do the job quickly and safely every time. We will explain the two major types of towing equipment commonly used for heavy duty semi-truck towing, also known as tractor towing,

Flatbed Trailer Towing

Flatbed trailer towing is often used when one or many of the tires and or axels on a semi-truck are compromised. This type of towing is much more like your typical light duty flatbed towing service just on a much larger scale. We use a 50’ sliding axel trailer that sits very low to the ground to transport the Semi truck completely off the ground. This type of towing is also used to transport 20' shipping containers as well as 40' shipping containers.

Standard Heavy Towing

When all wheels and axels on the truck are in good condition standard heavy towing can be used. This type of towing is commonly done from the rear axle when only a tractor is being towed. In the event that there is no room to pick up the tractor from behind, or if it is pulling a trailer then we will pick up the semi-truck from the front axle and remove the drive line.

Box Truck Towing

Like towing a tractor, a loaded or unloaded box truck can be towed from the front or the rear axle. Just like with towing a semi-truck, if we pick up the truck from the front end, we will have to drop the driveline in order to protect the transmission from being burned out during transport. Towing a box truck with a heavy flatbed trailer with sliding axel can be used when there are compromised wheels, tires or axels.