Your August 2011 digital edition of Towing and Recovery Footnotes is now available. Simply click here to instantly begin reading the issue, or click on the features below to read specific articles.
A Life On The Road. Chuck Murphy sent us a story about his life as a towman. He covers many issues of interest to others who have shared a similar life, unsung and often unappreciated, but always out there in bad weather and good, working hard to help motorists and clear the highways for police and other responders. Page 1
Go Getters. Stuck with unclaimed cars on your lot? Debtors not paying you? Here’s how to help yourself get what you are due, and failing that, how to work with collection agencies who will chase the money down for you. Page 10
Arrow Hits The Mark. Diane Richardson’s husband tragically developed an illness that took him away from his beloved towing business. But this didn’t stop Diane from taking over Arrow Wrecker Service to not only keep the doors open but put the company on the road to even higher success. Page 17
Bad Guys At Work. Tow trucks are being used to steal cars outright in some communities, further damaging the reputations of reputable towers. This article highlights the issue and serves as an industry alert to help stop these disreputable rogues.Page 22
The Advisor. The towPartners Advisor appears monthly in Footnotes. Advisor features advice in all areas of towing, from technical details to business operations. towPartners also offers towers the opportunity for great discounts from many equipment and service vendors. Page 13
Also in this issue: The schedule of upcoming tow shows; all the towing news that is fit to print in Short Hauls; our lost towers, and much more. Also, we offer great combo print/online advertising dealsthat will increase product visibility at a savings over the usual ad rates.
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We hope you enjoy the August issue of Towing & Recovery Footnotes.
Sincerely,Bill Candler Editor
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Posted by Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing and Recovery Footnotes