Orlando, FL – 17 May 2017 – Paul Gren was a controversial figure in Orlando. He was known for having harsh policies at his business, the Tow Truck Company, that led to many angry drivers. But friends say they never thought one would take his life.
21 March 2017 – Detroit Wrecker Sales prides itself on interactions with those in the towing & recovery industry. Whether you have purchased one of their products or not, Detroit Wrecker strives every day to not only build the highest quality product on the market, but provide the men & women of this industry with knowledge about any towing equipment and resources available to them to make their jobs easier. Lee Dunn & Mike Farrell of Detroit Wrecker Sales represent a new generation of towing equipment manufacturers and their business model is to promote knowledge and understanding about the products being used in the field of the towing industry. As the owners of Detroit Wrecker Sales, they are leaving a lasting impression by interacting with towers and repossession agents nationwide by directly helping them solve their problems with their equipment. Their cell phone numbers are public knowledge, Mike’s being 248-249-8100 and Lee’s 248-342-1701 and they will help anyone anytime resolve an issue they are facing a with any brand of towing equipment. Their message in this article is simple: know your equipment inside & out. These guys are giving us a manufacturer’s perspective on how equipment should be maintained & what each individual operating it should be aware of.
Detroit Wrecker brings another industry changing product. Proud to announce we are an official Icom dealer. We chose to represent Icom due to the patented Liquid Propane Injection System they use. Not the typical CNG or Vapor Propane Systems we are already used to seeing. This system is radically different.
– Police investigation of the aforementioned “Woman Dragged to Death Chasing Repo” story have been corrected to show that the incident was the result of a private property tow and not a repossession as previously reported. Bullet dodged. The repossession industry really did not need another black eye and let’s hope the years of focus on safety and professionalism continue to minimize these incidents.
Longmont , CO – 21 March 2016 – Longmont police arrested a woman on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder on Saturday afternoon after they say she shot at a tow truck driver she incorrectly thought was coming to repossess her car.
Police released the name of the victim Monday morning. Junior Jordan Montero of Hyattsville, Maryland died of a gunshot wound just after midnight Thursday on Conde Road in northern Fauquier County, Virginia.