It’s 7am and people are already on our lot. They’re jiggling door handles, popping open hoods, looking up VINs and taking notes on what’s available. Without having to check the calendar, we know it’s Auction Day.
(Warning: Do NOT Read These on a Weak Stomach) Just one night of towing brings enough stories to fill a page. We’ve been doing this for years. When it comes to crazy stories, we don’t even know where to start.
Of the approximate 3.5 million commercial truck drivers in America, 6% of them are women. Even a smaller amount of that number are within towing, and not trucking in general. And we have one that we feel is the best of them all.
Towing is a pretty stereotyped profession. It’s much like with cops: a few bad stories happen and now the whole industry has a bad name. These are the things people are most often curious about, so we wanted to shed some light onto what’s on everyone’s minds.