Towing & Recovery
Big Wheel Towing & Recovery is not your typical towing company. Family owned and operated, we have over 30 years of experience specializing in everything from light to heavy-duty towing and recovery. Our team tows for numerous police agencies throughout the Southcoast region, and we have a very large client base that extends beyond the local area. Our towing and recovery equipment ranges from ramp trucks to rotator cranes. We can handle any situation with our fully-trained WreckMaster 6/7 and HAZWOPER certified team and our modern, specialized equipment. No job is too unusual or difficult for us to handle. From loaded gasoline tanker trailer rollovers to a simple passenger vehicle tow from a parking lot, our team will handle each call professionally and efficiently.
While the vast majority of our business is related to emergency response calls, such as major truck rollovers and accidents, Big Wheel Towing & Recovery also provides general towing services as well. We work extensively with local law enforcement, including the Massachusetts State Police and various departments in area cities and towns.
- Over 30 years of professional service.
- We are heavy-duty towing specialists.
- No job is too big or unusual for our highly-trained team.
- We have all of the equipment necessary to get the job done.
- Services available within a 50-mile radius of our truck yard.
At Big Wheel Towing & Recovery, we specialize in heavy-duty towing and recovery services. We are able to take on jobs that other towing companies simply cannot handle. We have the knowledge, training, experience, and equipment necessary to get the job done. No matter what your situation, you can count on our team to provide quality recovery services.
- We add new equipment to our fleet every year.
- All Big Wheel Recovery Personnel are WreckMaster 6/7 Certified.
- Our entire team is trained and certified in all the latest equipment.
WATER RECOVERIES: Big Wheel Towing & Recovery even has a completely certified dive team to recover vehicles that go over guard rails, bridges or otherwise find their way into the water.