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A Plus Towing provides towing and roadside assistance services for motor clubs, fleet services, police agencies, dealerships, garages as well as the individual in need in Denton and Gainesville TX and surrounding areas. Cars or trucks – our experienced drivers can handle all of your towing and roadside assistance needs – anything from break downs to car accidents, we will arrive quickly to get you the help you need. Our typical Roadside Assistance call arrival times average 20 to 25 minutes and our drivers work quickly to get you back on the road! We are more than just your typical towing company. We specialize in off road recoveries, road service and accident scene response calls.
A Plus Towing offers friendly and dependable road service at a price you can afford. We are willing to go that extra mile for you, local and long distance. Our in town towing rate starts at just $60.00 and there is never a mileage charge on in town tows. At A Plus Towing you will always get the best value for your money. We are licensed and certified by the state and offer flatbed service at no additional cost.
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A Plus Towing was featured in a recent article in the Denton Record-Chroncle highlighting our Companies unique ability to aid drivers stranded in the tough winter weather that has descended on our area this winter. Click Here to view the article
” As sleet, ice and snow descended on Denton this winter season, several businesses have been able to meet the increased demand for weather-related services.
“This winter, total, business has probably tripled,” said Jerret Edman, owner of A Plus Towing in Denton.
Edman has been able to rescue stranded vehicles that have spun out, rolled over or had collisions because he has a tow truck with four-wheel drive that is equipped to drive in the ice and snow — an advantage over some of his competition, he said. This season, he’s even handled calls from other companies that couldn’t meet their own demand. ”