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A tow truck’s ability to handle an RV breakdown depends on the size and total weight of the vehicle. Before leaving on any trip, drivers should make a note of the total mass of the RV trailer while including the weight of passengers and a full gas tank. This information should be placed in a secure location inside the vehicle.
There are several tow trucks that are commonly used to pull RVs. While the driver is not required to have an intimate knowledge of their differences, the roadside assistance program should have access to a wide variety of tow trucks to ensure proper service.
Find an RV Tow Truck
While weight and size information can help find the right RV tow truck, drivers should be ready with some other details about:
- Whether or not the axles are damaged
- If the rear wheels can still turn
- If there is any added equipment that puts the RV trailer weight load above 6,000 or 12,000 pounds and therefore into another tow truck class
When making the call to your emergency roadside assistance program, a representative will ask all of the appropriate questions. This way, the dispatched tow truck will be able to handle the RV without any issues. Reaching a towing service without this service can be difficult, expensive and could result in errors.
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