Archive | February, 2014

Professional Tools for the Professional Towing and Recovery Operator

ITI Products developed by a tower for towers help with difficult jobs while promoting a professional image. The sound of a smooth sliding car, no scraping on concrete, no gouging of asphalt, no metal on aluminum or steel scraping noises, reinforce the image of the professional towing & recovery operator  in the eyes of the […]

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What Do You Get from Your Tow Association?

Belonging to an association has many benefits. It’s sometimes hard to recognize or justify the cost of joining. The California Tow Truck Association (CTTA) is one of the largest and most successful in the towing industry. Often people immediately look at the cash outlay and ask if they’ll get their money’s worth. We’ll try to […]

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Hino Leads the Way

Turn the steering wheel and see for yourself. The unique design of the Hino 258 steering components gives it a wheel cut of 55°, one of the most accommodating in the transportation industry. And the Meritor Easy Steer front axle and TRW steering gear not only reduce steering effort, but also contribute to long component […]

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Donald J. Mesaros, Jr.

In Memoriam of Donald J. Mesaros, Jr.

Publisher’s Note: We asked Cheryl Mish and Tug Brock Mish to help us pay tribute to Donald “Donny” J. Mesaros, Jr., an industry leader who we recently lost. Cheryl (close friend) and Tug (stepson) share their meaningful thoughts with us. Cheryl Mish: Donald J. Mesaros, Jr. passed away on January 11, 2014, after a long […]

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2014 BBB Torch Awards

Pierce Sales Grabs the 2014 BBB Torch Awards

The Better Business Bureau of North Central Texas continued a tradition January 21, 2014, by hosting the 17th Annual BBB Torch Awards for Marketplace Excellence at the Wichita Falls Country Club before a capacity crowd.  Businesses were celebrated and acknowledged for their commitment to ethics, integrity and their support of our local marketplace. The top […]

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Tow Partners Tire Program

towPartners Joins Forces with Michelin

towPartners has announced that it has recently partnered with Michelin to be the primary supplier for the towPartners tire program. This program brings a simple process to towPartners members, allowing them to setup an account directly with Michelin and to receive the towPartners pricing on their purchases. This new member pricing is very aggressive and […]

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Hazmat Responder Network Training

Hazmat Responder Network Training is designed to certify Towing and Recovery Professionals who want to engage in the containment, remediation and disposal process of contaminates and hazardous materials that are the result of transportation accidents. Course objectives are in compliance with Federal regulations that govern such operations. Presented by Rudy Dinkins and Perry Beaty, they […]

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B/A Products New V-Bridle

Due to changes in modern vehicle design, we at B/A Products have seen the possibilities for damage increase that can be caused by the hook of the winch line coming into contact with delicate components of a towed vehicle; bumpers, spoilers, oil pans and the like.  Due to the relationship of the legs of a […]

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Eye3Data Adds Two New Dual View Cameras

Eye3Data announces the addition of two new dual view cameras to its state-of-the art-camera collection. The Dual View Cube Camera and the Dual Rearview Camera are highly developed and versatile cameras that offer professional quality video and audio with built in microphone.  Each comes with its own unique design. The unique design of the Dual […]

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BCA21 with new “glowing” end caps

TowMate adds “WOW” Factor to Wireless Lights with End Markers

In keeping to their mantra of continuous improvement, TowMate has added some pizazz to their wireless tow lights with end markers. New models will feature a slightly see through end cap with the marker light installed behind it, thus illuminating the entire end of the light as opposed to simply a ¾” light as used […]

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