Knowledgeable and Professional Towing Company Successfully Completes Interstate Coach Bus Towing
Motor coach bus towing is not just any type of heavy duty towing – it requires experts! Buses transport people to where they need to go, but who transports buses to where they need to go? Falzone Towing Service, of course!
The experienced and highly skilled crew at Falzone Towing Service was recently called by a customer who experienced a breakdown of their bus. They trusted that the Falzone team could successfully tow their bus from Binghamton, NY to Wilkes-Barre, PA, and that’s exactly what the team did.
The detailed and meticulous job of coach bus towing is not easy. It is important that the towing crew know the specific makes and models of buses, as it helps to prevent damage to large and expensive vehicles. The Falzone team knew exactly how to handle the bus and with their skill and expertise, the bus was safely secured and towed to the dealer for transmission warranty work.
The entire job took the team of experts 6 hours. Kudos to Falzone’s and their display of professionalism, knowledge, and efficiency! Keep up the great work out there!
Details of Knowledgeable and Professional Towing Company Successfully Completes Interstate Coach Bus Towing
Falzone Towing Service recently completed a successful coach bus towing from New York to Pennsylvania. The customer called the coach bus towing team from Falzone’s and they needed a heavy duty bus specialist to tow their bus from Binghamton, NY to Wilkes-Barre, PA after a breakdown.
A coach bus towing crew was needed in order to transport the bus back to the dealer for transmission warranty work. This coach bus towing job was not an emergency in regard to time or location, however, the customer knew that they needed a professional crew for the coach bus towing.
Coach bus towing is a unique and specialized process that requires experts. This knowledge and preparation are important in preventing damage to the extremely large and expensive pieces of equipment.
The coach bus towing crew arrived at the location in Binghamton off Interstate 81 along with their 30-ton heavy duty wrecker. The coach bus towing operator prepared the bus, which had no cargo, for the coach bus towing by attaching the bus to the wrecker and securing it. They then supplied air to the bus from the wrecker so that the brakes could be released and the suspension could be inflated.
From there, the coach bus towing crew removed the axles to ensure that no damage was done to the rear end or transmission during towing since the bus wasn’t running. This procedure of hooking and unhooking is a tedious process that takes time, as well as knowledge of these buses. The coach bus towing crew from Falzone’s was well-equipped to handle the job.
To complete the coach bus towing job, the crew transported the bus to Wilkes-Barre for warranty repairs. The entire coach bus towing took the Falzone’s team 6 hours.