Medium Duty Towing Services

We provide all types of towing services, 24 hr roadside assistance, and transport services to all over Nova Scotia.

Medium Duty Towing

We also provide medium-duty towing services at Mcewan's Towing. Larger vehicles and heavy items that need to be transported over long distances typically require medium-duty towing services. These cargoes must be handled carefully since they are too heavy to be moved without the right tools and trucks.

Our teams of skilled specialists can securely lift, load, and move your equipment, commodities, or car into trucks built to handle medium loads and deliver them to the desired location. To rescue and retrieve medium-duty automobiles, we need medium-duty trucks.

Comprehensive service

You may rely on us to transport anything, from broken machinery and equipment to a warehouse or workshop to your car needing to be transferred during a relocation or to the repair. Contact us through our first-rate customer care to join our exclusive club and take advantage of our scheduled servicing, yearly savings, and remote access. Our medium-duty tow vehicles are frequently utilized for local, short-distance towing between cities. The hookup may be put together rapidly by medium-duty trucks. We take care to utilize the appropriate tools for each of our services.

What can be expected from our service?

Our medium-duty tow trucks are accessible twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, and step in to tow mid-weight vehicles. This kind of truck can tow small buses, cube vans, single axle dump trucks, smaller tractors, delivery vans, and other similar vehicles because it can support a weight of 5 tons. When you call on us for assistance, you will always be in the best hands. Our staff is ready to assist you whenever you need us most, day or night. We work hard to give you five-star service and aim to earn your business whenever you require Medium Duty Towing services.

We are available

24/7 365 Days a Year

Heavy, Medium & Light Duty Tow – 24 hr Towing, Recovery Service