Top 10 Towing Products

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Everyone is always talking about cars. What new features are out for cars; what is the best equipment available for cars, and so on. Now its trucks turn, and not just any truck: we’re talking tow-trucks, the real deal. Heavy duty and built for toughness, your tow-truck deserves the best products on the line, too. We’ve compiled a list of equipment to countdown the best tow-truck products on the market. These products range from necessities to high-tech extras, but they are all must-haves for any serious tow-trucker.

#10. LED Strobes
Strobes are a necessity to any tower’s equipment. Strobes guarantee that your vehicle has the highest amount of visibility, ensuring the safety of not only you, but everyone on the road. And with long-lasting LED lights, your strobes can keep you safe without you having to worry about changing light bulbs all the time.

#9. Wireless Towing Lights
Wiring up lights to your vehicle can be a real hassle. With Wireless Towing Lights there is no need to do all of that work. You simply mount the lights to your vehicle, plug in the transmitter, and you’re ready to go.


#8. Incandescent Lights
Cheap and reliable, incandescent lights are another way to ensure your vehicle is noticed, no matter what time of the day it is. Incandescent lights can be mounted nearly anywhere on your vehicle, and if you get them at the right place, are usually no more than around 5 dollars or less.

# 7. LED Light Strips with Turn Signals
Strip or bar lights that are equipped with long-lasting LED lights inquire less time hassling with burnt out light bulbs. Stop/tail/turn signals lit up with LED lights make your towing jobs easier and more efficient. Some LED Light Strips with Turn Signals are wireless, while others require a little wiring on your part.

#6. Class 3 Safety Vests
For towing in and around traffic, safety vests ensure the safety of you and those on the road. Class 3 safety vests have the most reflective material, guarantying you the highest visibility available. Safety Vests with 100% polyester mesh are comfortable, making them easy to work in. No matter what kind of towing job you have, wearing a safety vest is the smart way to work.


#5. LED Flashlights
When you’re working in the dark, you can never have too much light. Keeping a little flashlight handy is always a wise choice. LED Flashlights that are compact make them easy to store in your glove-box or even your pocket, while they are still just as powerful, if not more so, than a regular-sized traditional flashlight. LED flashlights are bright, and can illuminate large spaces. Not only are they small, but those with aluminum bodies are extra light weight, too.

#4. Wide Load Light Bars
For those with big loads to haul, wide load light bars are a must. For wide load vehicles, all equipment needs to be heavy-duty and up to the task. You want to chose a light bar that has casing that will stand up to any weather conditions or strain. Also, wide load light bars with LED lights ensure that you spend less time and money changing bulbs and more time making money doing your job. Wide load light bars that come with Stop/Tail/Turn signals as well, as center and side markers, guarantee you get the job done right.

#3. Adjustable Ball Mounts
For those pulling a lot of different loads, an adjustable ball mount is a great piece of equipment to have. An adjustable 4-way ball mount is able to be used as a drop or riser. They can fit both blind-hole receivers, as well as the typical open receiver. With so many options, any kind of job can be accomplished with ease.

#2. Remote Controlled Search Lights
When it comes to search lights for emergency towing vehicles, reliability and efficiency is key. Search lights that are remote controlled are easy to use. They can turn 360 degrees around or even 370 degrees, and can tilt vertically anywhere from 90 to 140 degrees; this gives the search light the highest amount of mobility and gives you ultimate control.

#1. Rear View Cameras
Have you seen those commercials for cars with built-in cameras for easy parking? Well they make them especially for towing, too! Rear View Cameras are simple to install, and make your job a lot easier. Certain loads may be difficult to maneuver around, but with a Rear View Camera, you can see exactly what’s going on, even in your blind spots.

No matter what kind of towing your truck is performing, these products can make your job easier and more efficient. When your tow truck is working its best, you can work your best, too.


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