We’ve seen the results of unsafe driving behavior every single day now for decades. To most people, an accident or a disabled vehicle is an inconvenience. It’s a 15 minute delay on the way to work. It’s being late for a meeting. To us, it not only represents our livelihood, but also a commitment to best serve those directly affected in times of need, as well as the many folks we’ve known for years who serve as police, fire and EMT personnel.
The results of accidents and unsafe driving are not temporary to tow operators–they are constant. There is always another call waiting. There is another mother waiting on the side of a dark road in need of spare tire change, a student in need of a jump or any number of people in any range of conditions waiting for help at the scene of a vehicle accident. It’s 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We go to sleep with it and wake up with it. We tow it, jump it, sweep it up and never fail to recognize the human element of how we affect those we serve and the feeling we get from the opportunity to do so.