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EQUIPMENT & DRIVERS
Freightliner M2 106 & Hino 258
We exclusively use two types of proven brands of trucks in our fleet: Freightliner M2 106 & Hino 258 Medium Duty Trucks. Tested by time and many delivery services in North America, these trucks continue to prove reliability and exceptional performance.
Jerrdan Rollback Flatbed
Our trucks are both capable and versatile. We have partnered with Jerrdan to provide the best and toughest hydraulic rollback equipment in the market.
Our flatbed tow trucks are cable of transporting your vehicle with all 4 wheels off the ground and away from road hazards. We offer bespoke luxury vehicle service with secure nylon strap attachment and provide single use seat and steering wheel convers for our drivers to ensure utmost towing service.
Our Flatbed Trucks are equipped with GPS tracking. We know where your load is at any point of day or night and all trips are recorded. This ensures maximum security and guarantee for your load.
On-board Camera Systems
We want to ensure that your load is not only carefully transported, but we'd also like to know that for sure. This is why our trucks are equipped with Dual-Facing front and rear cameras. This alloys us to monitor equipment and vehicle loading and unloading.
We employ seasoned, professional drivers with ample experience to handle any load, any situation, at any time. When you deal with us, you get the best of both worlds - the best equipment and the best skill to do the job right. On time.
WHAT WE MOVE
All-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are a type of off-road vehicle that are designed to be driven on a variety of surfaces, including dirt, gravel, mud, and even snow. They have four low-pressure tires that provide excellent traction and stability, making them well-suited for rugged outdoor environments.
ATVs come in a range of sizes and styles, from small, lightweight models that are perfect for kids and beginners, to larger, more powerful models that are built for serious off-roading. They can be used for a variety of activities, including hunting, farming, ranching, and recreation.
One of the main advantages of ATVs is their versatility. They are able to navigate through rough terrain and difficult conditions that would be impossible for other types of vehicles. They can also be used for a wide range of tasks, from hauling cargo and pulling trailers, to plowing snow and mowing lawns.
Another advantage of ATVs is their ease of use. They are typically easy to learn how to operate and are not as difficult to handle as larger vehicles such as trucks or tractors. This makes them a popular choice for people who want to enjoy off-roading without the need for extensive training or experience.
Despite the many benefits of ATVs, there are also some important safety considerations to keep in mind when operating one. Because they are designed for off-road use, they are not as stable as cars or trucks and can be more dangerous if not used properly. It is important to always wear appropriate safety gear, such as a helmet, goggles, and gloves, and to never operate an ATV while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Another important safety consideration is to make sure that the ATV is in good working condition before using it. This means checking the tires, brakes, and other mechanical components to ensure that they are in proper working order. It is also important to make sure that the ATV is the right size and weight for the rider, as this can greatly affect the vehicle's stability and handling.
In conclusion, ATVs are a versatile and fun way to explore the great outdoors. They are easy to use, making them a popular choice for people who want to enjoy off-roading without the need for extensive training or experience. However, it is important to keep safety in mind when operating an ATV and make sure that the vehicle is in good working condition. If you need to tow your ATV, you must make sure to transport it on a flatbed tow truck.