Hauling And Towing
What is Hauling?
Hauling a vehicle means that a truck carries another vehicle and transport it from one place to another. It is also implied that the vehicle that is being hauled is bulky and weighs more than usual cargo, which is why it is being hauled in this way. Hauling is often done over long distances.
Trucks of different sizes are used for hauling, but one thing is sure, the size of hauling trucks is bigger than average trucks. The reason is quite simple, hauling trucks are supposed to carry large and heavy vehicles such as cars and other trucks. Hauling trucks have a different carrying capacity, which is directly proportional to their own size. Hauling trucks look beautiful too, as they carry so many cars in an organized manner. Many hauling trucks have two vertical levels to double their storage capacity.
Hauling trucks don’t just transport factory cars, but they also carry transport junk cars and other big things. When people move from one city to another and they want all their personal belongings moved swiftly and safely, then they get in touch with our haulers because only they can offer the best service at the most affordable price. Hauling trucks can move a wide range of items including electronics, furniture, outdoor items, and many more.
What’s The Difference Between Hauling And Towing?
Hauling and towing a vehicle may seem like the same thing at first glance, but when you decide to get to the depth of both the services, differences between the two become evident. Being a professional service provider, it is our duty at Jay’s Towing FL LLC to enlighten our customers about the difference between hauling and towing so that there is no room for confusion ever again.
What is Towing?
Towing refers to pulling a vehicle behind a tow truck. It is totally different from hauling, as the trucks used in towing look differently and are equipped with different materials. Our towing company uses special tow trucks with flatbed trailers that are equipped with all the cutting-edge technology like winches, hydraulics, and dollies to easily tow a vehicle onto the truck followed by moving it to the location suggested by the customer. We also have tow trucks with hitches, which lift one end of your vehicle in the air and then pull them on the remaining wheels on the road. We have a fleet of large tow trucks that can tow trucks, buses, tractors and other large vehicles.
Your car may be towed for a variety of reasons such as your car fails to work, it met with an accident or you broke some rules and traffic police towed your car. There can be several situations, but except for the traffic police situation, you should call a reliable towing company to tow your car. You can call Jay’s Towing FL LLC for fast and reliable towing.