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Portland 24 hr Towing

Portland Towing Pros provides 24hr towing and roadside assistance services in Portland OR and Multnomah County. Call us now for immediate assistance and a free estimate.

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Flat tire repair
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24 hour towing service
Affordable towing in Multnomah County

Towing Service in Portland

At Portland Towing Pros, we offer professional 24 hour towing service to help you get back on the road quickly and safely. Our experienced towing professionals have the expertise to handle even the most difficult towing situations, no matter what time of day or night and in various weather conditions.

Whether your car has broken down in a busy city intersection or is simply not working properly, our tow truck service operators will be there to provide fast and reliable towing service to get you back on the road as soon as possible. We understand how stressful it can be when your vehicle breaks down, and the inconvenience it may bring to your schedule. This is why we prioritize prompt response times and high quality workmanship.

When a tow truck arrives at your location, the operator will assess the situation and understand the potential damages. This is so that he can determine the best solution to the problem. In the event that he finds additional trouble, he will be sure to let you know. Depending on the car you have and the tow truck needed, we charge for the car hookup, plus a cost per mile driven.

We provide vehicle recovery services in the Portland area and its neighboring cities, such as Beaverton, Tualatin, Lake Oswego, and Tigard. So if your car has got you stranded by the side of the road and you are in need of an emergency car towing service, call us immediately and we'll help you in the best way that we can.

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Additional Tow Truck Services

Roadside Assistance

No one ever plans on getting into a roadside emergency situation, but when it happens, you can call us when you need emergency car services. In addition to towing, we offer 24 hour roadside assistance to help you get back on the road quickly and safely.

Whether you need a tow because your car has broken down or you're locked out of your vehicle, we have the technical experience necessary to take care of vehicle lockouts, fuel delivery, battery jumps, flat tire changes and more.

Flat tires and dead batteries are the most common roadside assistance issues we find on the road. You can never predict road conditions, and it happens to everyone. We understand what you’re going through when you experience car trouble, and we will always be up front with our pricing.

When you have any car issues on the road, let us know what kind of car you have and what you’re dealing with, and we’ll be ready to arrive on scene.

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Tire Change and Repair

If you've ever had a flat tire, you know how frustrating it can be. You're stranded on the side of the road, and you have to figure out how to change the tire yourself or call a tow truck. If you're lucky, you might have a spare tire in your trunk. But if you don't, then you're really in for a long day. Here’s a quick overview of the process:

First, find a safe place to pull over. If you're on the highway, try to exit at the next exit so that you're not blocking traffic. Then, use your tire jack to lift up the car and remove the flat tire from the wheel well.

Next, inspect your tire for any visible damage or punctures. If you spot a nail or other sharp object stuck in the tire, carefully remove it using needle-nose pliers or a tire tool kit.

Once you've cleared away any debris or damage, you can begin changing out your tire for a new one. Make sure to use all of the tools that came with your car when installing your new tire—this will help ensure that everything fits properly and won't fall off while driving.

Finally, be sure to double-check that your tire is properly inflated before driving away. You don't want to end up with another flat tire! If you're unsure of how to change a tire or don't feel comfortable, we can easily take care of it for you, and if necessary, we got you covered if towing is needed.

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Battery Jumps and Vehicle Lockout

Jump Starting a Car

If your car has a dead battery, you may be able to jump start it by using a jumper cable. First, make sure that the jumper cable is properly connected to the battery of another car. Then, start the other car and let it run for a few minutes. Once the other car's engine is running, try to start your car. If your car starts, then drive it around for a while to recharge the battery.

Jump starting a car requires a specific order of operations, as you can damage the vehicle or cause electrical shock to yourself if not done properly. If you are intimidated by this process and want to stay safe, call our towing experts so they can safely jumpstart your car for you.

As a reliable towing company, jump starts are what we do everyday and have full confidence we will be able to get you back on the road in a timely manner without further damaging your car.

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What is Towing?

Towing is when we use a specialized tow truck to carry or haul another vehicle along by rope, chain, steel cable, or tow bar. This is needed when you have run into car trouble and are stranded by the side of the road.

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Our Services

Affordable Towing Services

Here are the towing and roadside assistance services we offer. Give us a call and tell us about your situation and we'll help you as efficiently as we can.

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local flatbed towing in portland

24 Hour Towing

Standard local towing for cars, trucks, SUVs, and more.

Roadside assistance technician

24 Hour Roadside Assistance

We can help with other common roadside car troubles.

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Flat Tire Repair

From tire changes and flat tire repair, we have all the right experience.

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Gas Delivery

We can deliver gas to you if you've run out of fuel while on your drive.

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Winching and Recovery

If your car needs a boom truck to be recovered out of a ditch.

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Battery Jump Start

If you have a dead battery that won't start, we'll help with a jump start.

Tow Truck Frequently Asked Questions

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I have an AWD, do I need a flatbed tow truck?

The flatbed tow truck is a must for any car owner who plans to transport their vehicle on an AWD. This type of transportation will require you lift up both front and back wheels in order ensure no damage occurs during transport.

How much does towing a car cost?

Local tows cost between $75– $200 for the car hookup. There is also a cost per mile driven which depends on how far you need it towed or if there are other circumstances that arise during transit.

What is two-wheel towing?

Two-wheel towing service is when the drive wheels of the vehicle are hoisted off the ground. This is common for front wheel or two-wheel drive vehicles.

What are the different types of towing?

When towing a vehicle, the most common types of tow are flatbed and dully. Flatbed is considered safe while dollies or bars can be cheaper options in some cases if you don't need your car right away.

What’s the difference between local and long distance towing?

Long distance towing is when the mileage driven is over 100 miles. This service is more expensive because the cost per mile is higher.

Can a car with automatic transmission be towed with the drive wheels on the ground?

Towing a vehicle with the drive wheels on the ground can result in major damage to the drive train, and it is not best practice, nor do we recommend it.