Heavy Duty Towing Team Helps RV Park Get Ready for Renovations

The Heavy Duty Towing department at Valley Express Towing was happy to help a local business move some heavy vehicles prior to renovations. An RV park and storage facility was getting ready to repave one of their parking lots and install an electrical awning to protect the vehicles in the lot. There was just one obstacle in their way … 24 massive heavy vehicles! 

From travel trailers to semi trucks and boats to fifth wheels, the towing team had a big job ahead of them. Proper planning and logistics make all the difference in jobs like this. In order to ensure that they arrived with the proper equipment, the Heavy Duty Towing Team went to the job site one week prior to the move. They examined all the vehicles that needed to be moved to the other lot and made note of any special equipment that would be needed.

When they showed up at the RV park the day of the job, they had every step planned down to a tee! They got straight to work and were able to complete the job in 4 hours. With the parking lot now empty, the local business owner was able to commence his renovations in preparation for the upcoming RV season!

Fantastic work out there team! You exemplified how careful planning and hard work go a long way! 

Details of Heavy Duty Towing Team Helps RV Park Get Ready for Renovations

A call requesting an Heavy Duty Towing team was received by the Valley Express Towing 24/7 dispatch center. A local RV park was calling in advance as they had 24 vehicles that needed to be towed in a week’s time. The Heavy Duty Towing Team went to the RV park to do an initial assessment of the job.

The Heavy Duty Towing Team arrived at the RV park. The Heavy Duty Towing Team assessed the situation. The Heavy Duty Towing Team noted that there were 24 vehicles that needed to be moved from one lot to another. Included in the vehicles were semis, fifth wheels, boats, and travel trailers. The Heavy Duty Towing Team made note of the location of every vehicle that needed to be moved. The Heavy Duty Towing Team made note of any special equipment or tools that would be needed to complete the job. 

The Heavy Duty Towing Team returned one week later to complete the job. The Heavy Duty Towing Team had a heavy duty wrecker as well as a light duty wrecker. This time, they had a detailed plan of what vehicle to move in which order. 

The Heavy Duty Towing Team pulled up to a motorhome. The Heavy Duty Towing Team assessed the brakes to determine whether it had air brakes or hydraulic brakes. They used the wheel lift to lift the truck enough to get blocks under the wheels. The Heavy Duty Towing Team then were able to easily access the front axle of the motorhome prior to towing it.The Heavy Duty Towing Team repeated this process for all 23 remaining vehicles.