Towing Classic, Custom, and Antique Cars and Trucks

Worry-Free Towing

When you want your classic, custom, or antique car or truck towed to a repair or body shop, a car show, a new home, or elsewhere in greater Puyallup, Pierce County, or Washington state, it can be a nerve-wracking experience – unless you call Tow Force in Puyallup, (253) 840-2310.

Certified, Trained, and Equipped to Protect Your Vehicle

Your Tow Force driver is an ASE Certified Master Mechanic and certified tow driver, trained and equipped to protect your special car or truck while loading, towing, and unloading. Whether your car or truck is going across Pierce County or Washington State, you can relax. Your tow driver has specialized equipment to protect every inch of your classic, custom, or antique car or truck for a worry-free tow.

When you contact us to schedule your tow, your tow driver will ask a few questions about your vehicle to ensure he arrives with any specialized equipment.

These are just a few of the ways that we routinely protect the cars and trucks we tow.

Flatbed Tow Truck raises your vehicle about three feet off the ground to minimize water, grime, or grit from splashing onto it from the roadway.

Tow - Grey SUV - Sumner Sunset

Collins Carrier Dollies slip under the tires to gently raise your vehicle off the ground. We use small silicone ramps to help the dollies glide gently onto the tow truck’s lowered flatbed. A tow hook attaches to the front dolly instead of your car or truck. Your car or truck stays on the dollies until we unload it at its destination.

Soft Bridle. If dollies aren’t needed or you have a frameless vehicle, we may connect a soft bridle to your undercarriage. The soft bridle’s sturdy strap wraps around the tow point then connects with the tow hook. No metal touches your car or truck – protecting the undercarriage from scratches.

Soft bridle for scratchless car towing and frameless vehicles

Race Ramps. If a vehicle is lowered, we often use a soft bridle with trailer ramps. Instead of fully lowering the flatbed, we lower it partially to reduce the slope and protect your undercarriage from scratches. Race ramps bridge the gap making it easy to gently tow your car or truck onto the flatbed.

Tow Equipment - race ramps
Four Point Wheel Straps. Four Point Wheel Straps are used on most vehicles to hold all four tires securely in place on the flatbed tow truck. Your vehicle rides on its own suspension while maintaining a very safe securement.
Tow Equipment vehicle secured with four point tow straps

As an ASE Certified Master Mechanic with more than 35 years of experience, there is nothing under your vehicle that will surprise your tow driver. He routinely tows cars and trucks with unique requirements. His depth of automotive knowledge and experience enables him to safely load, tow, and unload any vehicle or piece of equipment.

We know from personal experience that custom, classic, and antique vehicles become a member of the family. Grandparents, dads, moms, sons, and daughters build special memories restoring them, going for Sunday drives together, recounting their history at car shows, and tossing candy to kids along small-town parades routes. Restoring and maintaining these cars and trucks is a labor of love and a source of family pride. When you need one moved, you can count on your team at Tow Force to transport your car or truck with the utmost care to ensure it reaches its destination in the same condition as when we picked it up.

Service Area for Towing Classic, Custom, and Antique Cars and Trucks

Based in Puyallup, we crisscross Pierce County daily. Need to move your custom, classic, or antique vehicle beyond Pierce county? We would be honored to tow it anywhere in Washington state; additional mileage charges apply to long-distance tows.

Contact us, (253) 840-2310, for a free, no-obligation quote and to schedule a tow.

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