RV Towing Needed on I-35 After Massive Tire Blow Out
A couple was in desperate need of an RV towing service when their RV’s tire blew out in the middle of the night on the I-35 in San Antonio. They definitely didn’t have this in their dream road trip plans. After calling around to all the tire services in the San Antonio area they quickly found that their tire was considered somewhat of an oddball and it was not kept in stock nearby. Once they realised that no tire would be coming to their aid, the couple reached out to Mission and asked for help.
Upon arriving at the scene with a wrecker and assessing the damaged tire, the initial team swiftly decided that their colleagues with a Landoll should be called in to help transport the broken down RV. Should they have used only the wrecker, there was a small chance of damaging the RV and they definitely wanted to avoid that at all costs. Only adding to the complexity of the rescue, due to the late hour and size of the Landoll, it was impossible for an RV park reservation to be made. The RV towing team welcomed the couple on board and drove them to a truck stop just 10 miles away where they could rest for the night and make arrangements for a repair the following day.
It was a successful and memorable night for the RV towing team. We hope the couple were able to repair their tire and commence on their trip! Great job team!
Details of RV Towing Needed on I-35 After Massive Tire Blow Out
The RV towing team received a call at the dispatch center. The RV towing team dispatched with a wrecker. The RV towing team arrived at the scene on the I-35 San Antonio. The RV towing team assessed the situation and found that the RV had a blown out tire. The RV towing team decided a Landoll was needed. The RV towing team called in another RV towing team with a landoll. The RV towing team with the Landoll arrived at the scene on I-35 San Antonio. The RV towing team backed up the landoll to the RV. The RV towing team attached a winch cable to the suspension on the RV. The RV towing team winched the RV up the Landoll. The RV towing team secured the RV to the Landoll with 2 points of contact in the rear and 2 points of contact in front. The RV towing team completed a final assessment. The RV towing team concluded the RV was ready for towing. The RV towing team drove to a truck stop 10 miles from the pick up location. The RV towing team tilted the deck back. The RV towing team winched the RV back down the bed. The RV towing team unhooked the RV from the Landoll. The RV towing team ensured that the couple were comfortable and that the RV was parked in a good position for the night.