Expert Long Distance Dump Truck Towing From PA to NH & Back
A customer in need of dump truck towing from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Lancaster, New Hampshire recently called the pros at Falzone Towing. Upon receiving the call, the dump truck towing expert sprang into action, heading out to Harrisburg with their trusty 30-ton tow truck in tow.
When he arrived, he wasted no time in getting the empty dump truck hooked up and ready to roll. With a job of this size and distance, the driver had to make sure they were adhering to all legal weight restrictions. So, he scaled the unit and adjusted accordingly to ensure they were within legal specs.
After everything was secured and in place, the dump truck towing driver hit the road. The trip across states was a long one, spanning over two days due to the distance and legal driving limits. The driver found a safe resting spot to spend the night, making sure to follow all the necessary regulations.
Once the dump truck towing driver arrived at the destination, he unloaded the empty dump truck and hooked up a Lancaster dump truck to be hauled back to Harrisburg. In the end, the job took the Falzone driver 28 hours!
The customers got to experience firsthand the incredible long-distance transport capabilities of Falzone Towing – a company that specializes not only in local towing, but in going the extra mile (or hundreds of miles!) to get the job done right. No job is too BIG or too Far for Falzones! Keep up the great work, team!
Details of Expert Long Distance Dump Truck Towing From PA to NH & Back
Falzone Towing recently assisted a customer in need of dump truck towing. The client needed dump truck towing for their empty dump truck located at their terminal in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. They needed it to be towed to one of their job sites in Lancaster, New Hampshire. Once the dump truck towing team reached New Hampshire, the customer needed a dump truck located in Lancaster to be hauled back to Pennsylvania.
The dump truck towing crew from Falzone made their way to the pickup location in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania off I-81, along with a 30-ton tow truck to complete the dump truck towing job. Once he arrived, the dump truck towing operator hooked to the vehicle, supplied air, removed the driveline, and secured the truck to the underlift.
However, due to the distance and the size of this unit, the operator scaled this unit to make sure his axle weights and gross weights were within legal spec. As soon as everything was secured, the dump truck towing driver got on the road. Due to the total distance, the driver wasn’t able to complete this job in one day. Once he completed the legal driving miles and hours, he found a resting place and spent the night, splitting this job up into two days.
The entire dump truck towing job took 28 hours. Falzone Towing specializes not only in local towing, but long-distance transport.