Two All Wheel Vehicles Delivered in Joliet
Contacted by the dealership’s transport company, North Shore Towing’s dispatcher received the call requesting for a tow service to transport two all-wheel drive vehicles from one location in Peoria, to be delivered to customers in two separate addresses in Joliet.
Considering options for the most efficient delivery, North Shore’s tow service experts could have completed the job using two separate tow trucks. But the simplest solution was to transport both vehicles at the same time, using one single landoll tow service. After briefing the tow service technician on the two drop-off points, the tow service technician set off to Joliet, where the new owners were eager awaiting the arrival of their new cars.
Taking the I-80 freeway north of Illinois River to Joliet, the tow service technician enjoyed a scenic riverside drive through LaSalle County, a relaxing job for the day to break-up his week of emergency roadside rescues in the Chicago area.
A job that would normally call for two separate tow trucks, handled smoothly and cost efficiently with the use of just one single landoll tow.
Details of Lowboy Tow Services
A call came into North Shore tow services to move two all-wheel vehicles from Peoria to Joliet in the Chicago area. The two separate all-wheel drive vehicles had arrived from a transport company, and they both needed to be delivered to two separate locations in Joliet. The dispatcher instructed the North Shore tow services technician to use a landoll trailer. The tow services technician walked to the lot, got into the landoll trailer, and he drove the landoll trailer to the Peoria location where the two all-wheel drive vehicles were waiting. When he arrived at the Peoria location, he assisted in backing out one all-wheel drive vehicle. The tow services technician slowly backed the all-wheel drive vehicle off the transport vehicle, and the rear wheels hit the ground, followed by the front wheels. The tow services technician then assisted with the second all-wheel drive vehicle. Once the second all-wheel drive vehicle was also parked safely on the ground, the tow service technician backed up the landoll trailer. The tow service technician then put the key fob into the first all-wheel drive vehicle, and he drove it carefully onto the landoll trailer. The tow service technician attached the front wheels, safely securing the vehicle to the landoll trailer. The tow service technician then secured the rear wheels of the all-wheel drive vehicle. The tow service technician then drove the second all-wheel drive vehicle onto the landoll trailer. He secured the front wheels, and the back wheels of the all-wheel drive vehicle. With both all-wheel drive vehicles secured and ready to depart, the tow service technician got into the landoll trailer cab, and drove it from the Peoria location to Joliet. On arrival to Joliet, the tow service technician removed the towing straps from the second all-wheel drive vehicle and he backed it out. He then drove to the second location in Joliet, removing the straps to release the all-wheel drive vehicle, backing it out safely into the hands of its new owner.