Tow Truck Blog - Ron May Towing
Ron May Towing is proud to announce that we now can take care of towing your RV or 5th Wheel trailer for you! And, along with that, we can take good care of moving a gooseneck trailer as well.
Do you have a Fifth Wheel Trailer that needs moving? If you have no way to tow it yourself, you may feel a little bit stranded. Even towing companies like ours don't always have the ability to move these recreational and liveable masterpieces. We now have the ability to tow your Fifth Wheel trailer for you!
It requires a special type of hookup to move 5th wheel trailers, to handle RV towing, and also gooseneck trailers, which are used by many commercial businesses. There are times when a person or a business loses the ability to move one of these, and if your property situation changes or if you sell one of these, you might need help getting it transported. That's where we come in! We have acquired the ability to use these special hookups and have gained all of the necessary training to get your gooseneck trailer or Fifth wheel moved safely and efficiently.
If you have one of these and need it moved, call us today for a quote. Remember, we'll move from anywhere in the state to our lot in Everett WA, if you happen to need the greater part of the journey taken care of. And, we can give you a good deal on the larger distances.
Ron May Towing can get your RV towed and placed into the right spot in any RV park. RV Towing Everett WA residents need, is what we provide and we can provide it affordably. Need this or Gooseneck Trailer Towing Everett WA? Call us Today!
Lockouts are no fun!
Most everyone has experienced the agony of being locked out of our car. It usually happens at the most inopportune time. You may have just returned with a cartful of groceries (with items like ice cream, frozen food, etc.) only to realize your keys are inside the car. Or you may be on your way to pick you son from basketball practice. Whatever the case, being locked out of your car is no fun!
Back in the day, all you needed to do was find a long wire to fish into the window and pull up on the door lock pin. Coat hangers were usually the "tool" of choice. With the introduction of more theft proof designs for door locks, those days are gone!
Of course keeping pace technological improvements, more advanced tools were developed to get into a vehicle. The "Slim Jim" is one that many people have found to be helpful. Again, there are risks that go with using a slim jim.
We found some wise tips regarding do-it-yourself access to your locked vehicle. On Wikihow.com. Here is a breakdown of what they were saying:
- A car door isn't just a door. When locked out, call a professional lockout service!
- Most cars made after 1992 have a lot of mechanics and a variety of function controls housed inside the door. They may have side impact air bags and electrical wiring for power locks. They may have connectors for lock linkage. Would you want to risk damage to these?
- If you are not 100% sure of what is INSIDE the car door you are trying to open do not look beyond step #1 of this article. You will likely damage the car door lock when trying to use a Slim Jim to open it. Screwing up a car opening job can easily cost over $200 if you damage your (or someone else's) door panel.
The article goes on to explain how to use a Slim Jim once you're sure about the intricacies of the door you're about to "Jim." The best advice is found in the first bullet. Call a professional! Source: http://www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Slim-Jim
We provide quick, experienced lockout service for motorists locked out of their car. This is an important service that we are happy to provide our Snohomish County motorists. In a lockout bind, just give us a call and make the situation go away painlessly. Go to our Lockout Service page for more details.
The next time you find yourself locked out of your vehicle, just call 1-800-869-8646 for a rapid response from Ron May Towing.
Each day our drivers hit the road providing assistance to the public in a number of ways. Our most frequent role is coming to the aid of stranded drivers. Our Everett WA Towing Company and our tow truck drivers come to the rescue for customers with dead batteries, lockouts, flat tires, cars that won't start, and so on. We also perform the task of retrieving vehicles after an accident. This is the grim aspect of our job. Thankfully the majority of accidents we respond to are minor and without serious injuries to drivers and their passengers.
Then there are the more serious, often deadly scenes our drivers encounter. It can be devastating to come to the site of an accident and realize that the lives of those involved are forever changed as the result of that collision.
We are all aware of the dangers of drunk driving. It is because of that awareness and public support that deaths from drunk driving have decreased dramatically. According to a report from the Century Council (a coalition of distillers fighting against drunk driving and underage drinking) the fatality rates from drunk driving have decreased 64% since 1982: (source: http://www.centurycouncil.org/drunk-driving/drunk-driving-statistics )
Unfortunately, there is a new problem that has been growing in recent years. With the advent of cell phones more and more people putting themselves and others at risk as they use their phones while driving. The most obvious concern with cell phones is distraction. Handling the phone itself has resulted in numerous accidents resulting in serious injury and death.
However, even more recently there has been a sharp rise in injuries and fatalities as people, mostly young people, attempt to send text messages while driving. This activity is often worse than being drunk. When texting, a person literally stops looking at the road ahead for seconds at a time. Even a one-second distraction has the ability to result in a horrific accident. According to the American Automobile Association (AAA): "During a July 2007 survey of 1,000 teens, AAA found that 46 percent of them text while they drive." http://dontdriveandtext.org/statistics
Our Snohomish County Towing truck drivers love their job. Helping people everyday is something that makes it a rewarding occupation. However, on those occasions when we deal with tragic accident scenes, it's heartbreaking.
Please emphasize the dangers of texting while driving to your friends and loved ones, especially younger people. Eyes on the road everybody.
A towing company like ours has the unique opportunity to help out with roadside needs, no matter what the issue is. From time to time, folks may run out of fuel, and nothing is more dangerous than walking along a highway to go and get fuel to bring back to your car.
It's a rare need, but IF in fact you end up being stuck without fuel, then it's a very important service offering of ours. ESPECIALLY in adverse weather conditions, or on a long and/or busy highway, you'll be glad to know that our drivers will be out to help you ASAP.
For Fuel Delivery Everett WA can depend on, Ron May Towing is ready to help. If you run out of gas at the wrong time, our drivers can get to your quickly and safely to make sure you can get driving again. Whether it's Diesel or gasoline, if your car runs out, we got you covered.
Not that it happens too often, but we can also help if you run out of gas or fuel for big machinery like riding lawnmowers and such. Hey, if it's fuel that you need, we can solve the hassle and save you time. Just call and ask for a price, and we'd be glad to help you decide if Fuel service in the Everett WA and Snohomish County areas is your best option. Count on us rain or shine, and of course, try NOT to run out of gas, if you can. We're here to help.
Make sure to stay safe though. Get your vehicle safely on the shoulder fo the road, wait in your car with doors locked and seat belts on while waiting for emergency help. Being in your car is much safer than standing on the side of the freeway.
Found an interesting take on the subject of how a driver should respond to a vehicle accident. Clearly, it's of utmost importance to make sure that everyone is okay and hasn't suffered any injuries. I found an article that seems to be referring more to fender benders and such, but takes a completely different angle on the subject.
The article is called "Six Things NOT to do after a car accident" (find this article at: http://www.insurancehotline.com/six-things-not-to-do-after-a-car-accident/ ), and it's posted on an insurance company's website. As you can imagine, towing companies like ours respond to quite a few vehicle accidents and collisions. Even this article references the "tow truck driver" as part of the process. We thought we'd pass along these tips and the link to our blog readers.
The first thing they mention is "Don't Admit Fault". Even if you think you are at fault for the accident. Fault is determined by the insurance adjuster, but DO give an honest account of facts to the police officer that may respond to the accident. The second tip is to simply NOT argue with the other driver. Remain calm and speak your information to the police only.
This article mentions you should NOT leave your car in the middle of the road if you can move it. If you cannot move it, then make sure to turn on the hazard lights.
The next part refers to NOT being pressured by the tow truck driver. They say that the towing company will try to "intimidate you into letting them tow your vehicle to a repair facility of their choice". Ron May Towing's drivers will never do this to you. These are tough enough situations without making them more complicated. You can have us tow your vehicle wherever you choose. We are proud to be a company that HELPS in these tough situations, so don't be afraid to call upon us, if you feel the towing company that is on the scene isn't treating you correctly.
Once the vehicle is at a repair facility, the article suggests that you NOT authorize repairs right away. You should wait until you speak to the insurance adjuster assigned to your insurance claim first. They may want to refer you to a particular repair facility.
The sixth and final "NOT" is to NOT accept a direct offer of payment for damage fromt the other driver. Minor damage can cause the other driver to want to settle with you right away, in order to avoid reporting the incident. The details of a situation like this can get very hairy. It's best to keep things on the up and up.
Towing Service is a very dangerous profession, and it seems that people don't realize just how often we put ourselves in harm's way. It's also what makes our job so special and it's why having a dedicated and professional group of drivers is so important. Every single day, we put our guys out there and it is so very important that they follow safety guidelines and also make sure that the customers they come across and other professionals in the field do the same. This Thanksgiving weekend we wanted to take time and acknowledge our drivers and everyone in this industry, both in Snohomish County and around the world, for the dedication they've given to a very dangerous job.
A blog post we found online from earlier this year highlighted some of the serious safety concerns and recent incidents on the East Coast (find it at: http://www.philadelphiawrongfuldeathlawblog.com/2012/01/tow-truck-drivers-face-real-dangers-on-pennsylvania-highways.shtml ). They sum up the hazards of the job with a poignant line: "Simply put, tow-truck drivers operate in high-traffic areas, often on highways where there are no safe places for them to work and zero room for error." It is SO true. And of course there is the fear that a person who operates and moves around outside of the vehicle on major highways could be hit, there are many other hazards that tow truck drivers have to be aware of. For instance, they have to secure a VERY heavy peice of moveable machinery to the back of another VERY large and heavy piece of machinery. There is not a lot of room for error here either. Tow truck drivers must double and triple check that loads are secure, and not just for their own saftey, but for all of those that they share the road with.
Other situations that we as towing service professionals must be aware of are those that involve wrecks or other vehicle damage. Sharp edges and broken peices can seriously injur our guys if they are not aware and very carful, taking all the right precautions. Like we said, there are many ways in which our customers may not realize how dangerous the job is for us.
Ron May Towing has been a strong part of the Towing industry in Edmonds, Lynnwood, Marysville, Mill Creek, Everett, and pretty much all of Snohomish County. We are proud to serve the drivers of our area with professionalism and focus on safety for everyone involved. Yet, we do our best to maintain affordability and do our work for a competitive price every time. We realize that paying for towing or roadside help is a bit of a frustration and a hassle for drivers, but honestly, if you were to consider the hazardous situation we are put into, the price for such roadside services will probably seem rather negligable.
Ron May Towing is thankful for all of it's dedicated and safety-minded tow truck drivers, and we hope to make you very thankful for calling upon us in a dangerous situation.
At Ron May Towing, we sure are proud of the work we do, and we are really proud of the customers we've been able to help out over the years. Sometimes, in this day and age, folks aren't always so good about leaving positive reviews of your service, but we've been lucky to have a lot of great people, who took the time to leave their kind words for us to use.
We wanted to make sure that if you were looking at our company for service and wanted to know what folks are saying, you'd be able to find some reviews of our service.
Here are some Ron May Towing reviews of our service from customers that have left comment with us directly or elsewhere on the internet:
Lisa Krauter says............. "I really can't thank Ron May Towing enough -- I was driving back from eastern Washington after doing a veterinary call and broke down in the Ellensburg area. I was by myself and needed to get my truck with all of my veterinary supplies back to Snohomish." Ron May Towing quickly came to my aid and sent a great driver (Sean) to pick me up. He carefully and professionally loaded my truck and treated me with exceptional kindness -- he never once complained about the long trip (almost 6 hours in total). And, even though they towed my vehicle such a long distance, they were very fair with what they charged me. Ron May went way beyond what most companies would do to provide service to a customer. I give them my highest recommendation! -- Sincerely, Lisa Krauter, Veterinarian"
libkenterprises says............. "I just had my CRV towed by Ron May Towing. I lost the key, so Bill, the tow guy, couldn't turn the wheel. That made the loading pretty complicated with my car trying to pull a u-turn while being pulled onto the truck. Even with the complications, Bill was able to make it happen while being professional, polite, and upbeat. I am very happy with his knowledge and ability and will definitely recommend Ron May towing! Thank you Bill!"
Charlotte B. says............. "Good price and service. I have used them twice now. They parked my broken down car into my garage better then I could."
vsyost1999 says............. "They were out to my car within 30mins when I was given 1 hour. My car is lowered and my Jessie, was a great caring guy who was very careful driving over speed bumps and also very helpful with information regarding any questions I may had. Give this company 5 stars they will not let you down. Great price and reasonable, then most placed and very great customer service over the phone as well. "
LauraJene says............. "My car would not start a couple of days ago and I called Volvo Road Side Assistance. They said Ron Mays towing would be there in 45 minutes. They showed up in 10 minutes and the tow truck driver was Jaview Nunez. He was prompt, friendly and knowlegable about getting my car on the truck. I would definately use them again and I would recommend them to anyone. Thanks Javier!"
No one likes the feeling of getting into your car and turning the key only to have it make little or no sound. Then, you find out that your battery is dead and you need jump start. It's even more frustrating if you've left your lights on, huh? Well, if you don't already have a roadside assistance plan, then you're gonna need some help. Even if you have jumper cables, it might not be safe to ask just anyone to be a "good samaritan" and help get your car started. In fact, it's highly recommended in roadside safety tips that you don't ask strangers for roadside help. But, Ron May Towing has drivers all over Everett WA and can get to you and your dead battery fast!
We've been out doing this service for Snohomish County Folks for decades. Our drivers love "saving the day" and we've helped hundreds of people out of a jam with their uncooperative battery. Also, if the jump start doesn't work for some reason and your battery cannot hold a charge, then we're "Johnny on the spot" for getting your car towed to an auto repair place of your choosing.
As with our Car Lockout Services, we also jump start your vehicle's battery for a VERY reasonable fee with NO TAX. So, there's no need to hesitate, no need to call a friend or family member to the parking lot or roadside where you are stuck, just call Ron May Towing and get back on the road much faster. We can get your vehicle a jump start and get you back on the road in a matter of minutes. ......Plus, f you left your lights on and drained your battery, we won't tell anyone.....it can stay our secret.
Don't get stranded, Ron May Towing can give your car the Jump Start service it needs!
Road Flares can be very important in a roadside emergency situation. Some roads have very little, if any, shoulder, which means that you are in a scary position while waiting for a tow truck or other assistance. At night, when it's hard to see, this danger is even more significant. Your first step is always to use your emergency lights on your vehicle. Road flares, though, can ensure that other drivers have plenty of warning that they need to slow down and stay clear of your car and your situation. Us towing companies appreciate the safety measure as well.
You can buy road flares at most general stores and hardware stores. You should keep a handful of them in your trunk at all times, if possible. They shouldn't expire, but you will want to keep them out of extreme heat. They should be part of the emergency roadside kit that we have mentioned before. Here are the steps to using road flares efficiently and responsibly (taken and adapted from Wikihow.com ).
1) Know where you are going to set your flare, BEFORE you light it. Keep it on a dry, paved surface if you can, and not near any plants or grasses. You'll want to go 50-100 feet toward where vehicles are coming from to place your first flare, and place multiple flares from there all the way back to where your vehicle is located. This will also give your tow truck driver and easier way to locate you and stop for you effectively.
2) Remove the plastic lid or cap to expose the end of the flare This end will have an ignition surface or "button" that you will need to light.
3) Hold the flare away from your body and face, and use the striking surface on the plastic cap piece to light the flare as you would light a match. Run it briskly against the coarse striking surface.
4) Carry the lighted flare pointed downward and away from yourself, your hair, and your clothing.
5) Replace the cap onto the back end of the flare.
6) Set the flare on the ground away from vehicles and anything flammable. DO NOT drop the flare. There is a way to stack your burning flare over another non-burning flare so that the burning flare later crosses the non-burning flare, thus giving you more time. Make sure you check on this though, so that you know if the second one ignites safely for sure.
7) Make sure the flare is extinguished before leaving the site. If you need to extinguish the flare before it burns out, douse it with water, or tap the flare on the ground to break the burning part off of the rest of the flare---smothering the flame is not recommended.
We hope these tips help and can keep you safe in an emergency roadside assistance situation, or when you're waiting for one of our tow trucks to come and save the day!
I think almost every driver has done it at least once. We somehow manage to get our keys locked in our vehicles. And, whether it happens in your driveway or while out and about, it's a frustrating experience. But, don't smash your own window or start shoving a coat hanger into your window seal just yet. Allow Ron May Towing to demonstrate why we are a complete roadside solution for you in Snohomish County.
One of the services we are proud to offer is a our car lockout service. A lot of people might assume that we use a “slim jim” or something in Car Lockout situations. No way! We have a professional tool kit specifically designed for auto lockouts. Each vehicle requires a different tool to protect the customers vehicle while getting them back into their car and on their way safely.
It's a part of our complete list of roadside assistance services, that we can be there out to you and your vehicle fast, and get you back into your car or truck faster than most locksmiths----Our trucks are out there everywhere anyway! Also, we perform these lockout services at a simple charge with NO TAX. Remember, we do Jump starts (no tax on those either), fuel delivery, and flat tire changes too.
In a matter of minutes we can have you out of your Auto Lockout situation and back into your car. And, because you’re hiring a TRUE lockout professional, we can do so without any damage to the side door air bags or the window seals. Like we said, not just a simple tool like a "slim jim", but we are trained to treat your car with care.
If you are looking for a car locksmith in Everett WA or anywhere in Snohomish County, look no further than Ron May Towing. We keep Snohomish County Moving!
We love to let people know that we can tow them out of trouble when they get a vehicle stuck, or just a breakdown. Recently, we went through and talked about all of the additional Roadside Assistance services we are proud to handle for our Snohomish County friends as well. We are always proud to provide services like Fuel Delivery when you run out of gas, helping when you get locked out of the vehicle, helping to change a flat tire, or giving your vehicle a jump when your battery dies on you.
But, let's not get stuck on cars and roadside concerns. We can move or recover just about anything. That big, beautiful safe that has kept your valuables under combination lock for all of these years,.....well, it's can be a real pain to get moved if you decide to buy a new house. Or, what about all of the folks that have those cute little latte stands on roadsides and in parking lots across Everett WA and Greater Snohomish County? Ever wonder how to get those moved to a new spot? Well, that's another area where we can help---no problem! Got a golf cart or any other small machine that needs to be taken somewhere? We can take care of it. We've moved and classic autos and motorcycles by flatbed, when necessary.
In business, Large machinery of all kinds need to be transported from time to time. Lathes, printing presses, large kitchen equipment, auto repair machinery and so on, are all non-vehicle items that we can get transported for a fair price---let US take care of the headache and heavy stuff!
We are proud to be "Keeping Snohomish County Moving" in many more ways than one. We look forward to calling upon our various vehicles and our highly experienced drivers, not to mention our friendly customer service staff, to help you when you come to us. The bottom line is: if you need something moved or towed to a new location, give us a call! In almost any case "We can move it!"
Ron May Towing holds car auctions every couple months here at our Everett impound yard. Folks come from miles around--all over Snohomish County, Marysville, the Seattle Area, and Skagit County--to come and bid on the vehicles that have collected at our lot. We post the current list on our Auction page, and you can get a chance to look at the list before you even come out to Everett.
We've been doing these for years and would love to see you out at one of our auctions. There really are some great deals to be had, BUT all sales are final, so you'll want to do your research beforehand, and examine the vehicles carefully, just to make sure you are getting what you want out of the car or truck that you have found.
We found a few little tips on in this Blog Post. ( Go to: http://seized-autos.blogspot.com/ ) The Blogger mentions checking VIN numbers online, checking the fluids, looking at the engine, and looking under floor mats. You'll want to take the time to do all of these things at the designated viewing times. There are some real pro tips in there--like the fact that there may be more than one Vehicle Identification Number on the car if there happens to be a door that had been replaced. Be ready for those kind of curveballs.
The bottom line is that you can definitely find yourself a good deal, even in the event that there may be some repairs needed. It's just important to know what you are getting yourself into. And, as they also mention in the piece, most of these cars have been well cared-for, so for the most part, you are looking at cars that will be able to drive and drive well.
We are excited for our next auction event and can't wait to have you out to it, please read over the tips we linked and as always, if you need towing or roadside service, we'll be glad to help!
Here's their TIP #1 to get you started: "1. Usually the most valued cars to buy from auctions are Bank Repo's or Seized vehicles. There is all types including salvage vehicles from accidents or floods/disasters placed up for auction sale by insurance companies or private owners etc.. Sometimes you can distinguish a little about the car by looking at the paper work if they offer it. The best thing to do is get the vin # and do a history check online at Experian "Checkauto". Bank Repo's and seized vehicles are a good choice because they were normally well maintained by the owners and very often are in good condition."
Our last blog post mentioned some very important driver preparedness tips. We hope you all will take a look at that and consider putting together an effective roadside safety kit. We hope to do more posting about tips and other ideas for better, safer driving experiences. We know, we know.....we're in the business of rescuing drivers, but there will ALWAYS be a need for our services. We want to show you that we truly care about Snohomish drivers and their vehicles, and hopefully, you won't need a tow anytime soon, but even if you take all the precautions you can, it's nice to know that a solid company like ours is just around the corner to "bail you out" of a tough situation.
And, speaking of "bailing you out", I don't think many people in Snohomish County realize the full list of special services we can offer you in roadside emergencies. Did you run out of gas is Arlington? We can provide fuel service, and get you driving again. Got a flat tire in Mill Creek? We can get out to ya and change it out fast--no need to get down and dirty. How bout if you get locked out of your car in Marysville WA?? No worries! Ron May Towing has the ability to get you back in, so that YOU can get on with your day. Or how about getting stuck with a dead battery in Everett? Well, we can come give you a jump start. No need to wait by the side of the road to flag down another driver (a little unsafe there), and no need for your own jumper cables---we got it covered! We are ready for ANY Roadside emergency---not just the ones where we have to haul your whole vehicle away.
Now, what about the opposite case.....where, Heaven forbid, your vehicle gets stuck in mud, a ditch, water, or off-road somewhere? Well, we ARE Ron May Towing & RECOVERY! We can recover your car from many a sticky situation. We have the ability to pull you out and get you to safety one way or another. The point is, whether the situation is big or small, just give us a call. In almost every case, if you're in Snohomish County, we can help and we can do it fast!
We'd just like you all to know that Ron May Towing has a large and capable fleet of trucks, and some of the most experienced, friendly drivers around. We cover all of Everett WA and Snohomish County (Edmonds, Lake Stevens, etc.). We have the GPS navigation, and a great communication staff.....our business is helping you! Don't hesitate, just call the guys with the Red, White, and Blue trucks to come get you out of trouble----and in the meantime, stay safe out there.
We'll take some time in our next posting, to let you know about some other stuff we can do for ya (oh, that's right, we can do even more)!
As you may already know, Ron May Towing is prepared to help you with any roadside emergency. Towing or Recovery of your vehicle is the main thing, BUT we also give fast roadside service in Snohomish County for flat tires, fuel service, and getting locked out of your vehicle.
Even though we provide all of these important and time-saving services, it is really important to be as prepared as you can for a roadside emergency beforehand. You may still need us to come out and help, but there are many items you should have on hand to keep you safe in the meantime.
The DMV's website suggests a list of items that seem to cover most of the issues (See the original article at: http://www.dmv.org/how-to-guides/emergency-kit.php). Here's that list:
Flashlights and extra batteries.
A folding camping (Army) shovel.
Jumper cables (8-12 feet long).
Set of tire chains. Know how to install these beforehand.
Fuses. There are several types, so make sure you have the right ones for your car.
Tools: pliers, flat and Phillips-head screwdrivers, and an adjustable wrench.
All the necessary fluids for your car, including 2 quarts of motor oil, brake fluid, power-steering fluid (if applicable), automatic transmission fluid (if applicable), a gallon of water, and a gallon of antifreeze. Also include a funnel, and keep a few rags handy in case of spills.
Gloves, wool socks, and a pair of boots.
Electrical and duct tape.
Bright cloth or emergency road sign to display in your window in case of trouble.
Other items to consider are:
Non-perishable food items and a can opener
Books and games
A few of these items are important to point out. Even if a towing company like ours is heading out to help you, having flashlights and batteries will help keep you safe, and extra warm clothing plus a warm blanket are important as well. The tape, WD-40, knife, and such can be used to quickly repair small issues until you get your car where it can be looked at professionally. Jumper cables are VITAL--one of the best investments you can make. Many people don't have the extra vehicle fluids, the fire extinguisher, fuses, tire chains, or road flares, but they are probably the most life-saving parts of this list.
Most vehicles have the trunk space for you to pack these things away easily--it's well worth the space it occupies. Put these things in a rubber container, store them away, and keep on driving safely.
We will post another blog soon with some advice on how to conduct yourself and your vehicle in emergency situations. It's not enough JUST to have the stuff--you've also got to know how to handle yourself and your passengers, in the unlikely and unfortunate event of an auto emergency.
We are excited to announce and show you THIS NEW BLOG! We realize that most folks who come to our website are either A) looking for towing for some sort of semi-emergency, or B) are interested in our next auction posting----and that's GREAT! But, if you have stumbled across this blog, you can know that we will be posting interesting and important information here from time to time. We have interesting stories and tips to share, and maybe some of you folks will want to check back to see what we are talking about.
Also, since we are small business, and small businesses are what keep America great, we hope to also be able to relate to all of you as a dedicated member of your community. We stand by our motto "We keep Snohomish County Moving", and whether you live in Everett, Marysville, Arlington, Edmonds, or anywhere else in the county, we hope to be a responsible member of the community. We hope you will see this blog and our future posts in relation to our commitment to the community, as well. And, as always, when you need towing service or something moved, we're here for you!