Hubbard Garbage Truck Calls for Garbage Truck Towing After Driveshaft Falls Out
Expert garbage truck towing company Baker & Baker recently came to the rescue when a garbage truck’s drive shaft fell out, spelling trouble for the driver. Fortunately, he knew to call the professionals at Baker & Baker, and help was quickly dispatched to the customer’s location in Hubbard, OR.
Garbage trucks are notoriously difficult to tow, with their unique configurations and heavy weight. But the garbage truck towing pro from Baker & Baker had all the equipment and expertise required to tackle the job with ease. Upon arriving at the scene, the Baker & Baker team member examined the trash-filled garbage truck and noticed that some components likely broke in the driveshaft, causing it to fall to the ground.
The towing process began with the disconnecting of the driveshaft, after which the Baker & Baker pro attached safety chains to the front axle to secure the vehicle. Once everything was secured and ready to go, the garbage truck was towed safely back to the shop in Woodburn.
Despite the stinky situation, Baker & Baker Towing completed the garbage truck towing quickly and efficiently. The driver was pleased to receive the fast heavy recovery assistance he needed for his garbage truck, and the Baker & Baker crew was more than happy to help. Kudos to the towing company on another job well done!
Details of Hubbard Garbage Truck Calls for Garbage Truck Towing After Driveshaft Falls Out
Baker & Baker Towing recently assisted a customer with garbage truck towing. The customer called in need of help from professionals. He explained to the towing dispatcher that the driveshaft fell out of his garbage truck and he needed a garbage truck towing professional to help.
The garbage truck towing dispatcher promptly sent a Baker & Baker expert and a wheel lift on a heavy duty wrecker to the scene at Hubbard, OR, near the intersection of Boones Ferry Road NE and Mineral Springs Road NE. Once he arrived on the scene, he assessed the trash-filled garbage truck. The garbage truck towing professional speculated that some components likely broke in the driveshaft, which caused the driveshaft to dislodge itself and fall to the ground.
Garbage trucks are a unique challenge to tow because they come in many different configurations. It is a lot of weight in a very short space, and the tow truck must be equipped to handle a garbage truck. Luckily, the garbage truck towing pro had all the equipment and expertise needed to get the job done right.
The Baker & Baker professional started the garbage truck towing job by first disconnecting the driveshaft. Then, the garbage truck towing expert hooked the vehicle up with safety chains to the front axle. The bar doesn’t touch the wheels at all and it was just strapped to the front axle. To complete the garbage truck towing, he towed the garbage truck back to the shop in Woodburn.