Manhattan Towing Services

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Address: Manhattan, NY 10036
Phone: 646-560-0498
About US
You’ve Discovered Manhattan Towing Service! We are here to provide towing and roadside assistance in Manhattan. We understand that sometimes, unfortunate situations arise. Whether it’s a dead battery or flat tire, sometimes you need the services of a towing company.
We have the ability to change your tire if needed, or tow your vehicle if this is the better option. Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We use a flatbed tow truck to get the job done so that no damage is done to your vehicle. It’s safe and easy for us to load your car onto our tow truck.
We are proud to offer a professional and affordable flatbed towing service in Manhattan. Our customers love that we provide upfront pricing and never tack on hidden fees. They also love that our team members are true professionals who are committed to your satisfaction. Each job is done with care.
We will transport your car from the Upper West Side to Tribeca. We will get your vehicle from SoHo to Gramercy, or anywhere else in the area that it needs to go. From towing vehicles with unpaid loans to your very own car that refuses to work properly, we make sure to offer what you need in one place.
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Additional Details
Hours: 24/7
Payment Accepted: Cash, All Cc, Checks
 

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