Bus Towing Company Saves the Day!
Falzone Towing received a call from a bible group looking for a bus towing company after their bus broke down in New Milford, PA.
While heading to their camp in Mount Pleasant, a Bible group had run into some unexpected issues. As the roads began to get icier, their 38,000lb bus had broken down in the middle of the woods. The driver knew that in conditions like these only trained operators would be qualified for this towing job (and he was right!). So, after weighing his options he made a call to Falzone’s, and explained the situation.
Bus towing jobs need to be approached with two things: expertise and specialised equipment. As a specialised bus towing company, we have an abundance of both.
When our bus towing team pulled up they were greeted by a Tandem Axle 45 foot bus weighing roughly 38,000lb. Buses of this size are difficult to tow, not because of the weight but, due to their delicate shell they are very easy to damage.
To complete this job, you need to know what you’re doing. Luckily for this bible group, Falzone’s did!
The team used a double picking technique to raise the bus into the air, then they placed the bus on blocks. Once the bus was raised higher, they hooked it onto the front axle, ran airlines, and set up the lighting. With everything securely in place, the bus towing team towed the bus to Mount Pleasant, PA where the Bible Group could press play on their weekend away.
Being a bus towing specialist company this mammoth job was just another day in the office for us.
As always, great job team!
Details of Bus Towing Company Saves the Day!
The bus towing company got called out to save a 38,000lb Tandem Axle 45 foot bus that was stranded in New Milford, PA. Falzone’s bus towing company were the right guys for the job. The bus towing company knew how difficult Tandem Axle 45 foot buses could be to tow due to their delicate shell and the fact they’re not structurally sound. Our bus towing company arrived at the scene in New Milford, PA, and got to work. Our bus towing company knew that Tandem Axle 45 foot buses sit pretty low so to lift it up they used a double picking technique to raise the bus into the air. The bus towing company then put the bus on blocks. Once the bus was higher, the bus towing company hooked the 38,000lb Tandem Axle 45 foot bus onto the front axle. The bus towing company then ran airlines and set up the lighting. With everything in place, the bus towing company towed the bus to Mount Pleasant, PA.