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"S&S" stands for Schroeder & Sons.
We accept cash and credit / debit cards. Checks can be accepted, but only at our discretion.
No. We do not contract with nor do we accept AAA. However, we try to keep AAA reimbursement forms in each of our trucks and at our office for those that have AAA that decide to use us directly.
We don't normally charge mileage within city limits. The tow price at this point is just a "hook-up fee".
(Example: If you want your car towed 3 blocks, it'll cost the same as if it was towed from the Austin Airport to the Austin Ford Dealership.)
Yes. But we charge mileage out of town. The further it is away, the higher the price will be. Feel free to call for a quote.
That's because we charge an extra $45 After-Hours fee between 9PM - 5AM.
We can, but it is at the tow driver's discretion. Depending on our workload, there are times we can't go too far out of the way to drop people off. Unfortunately, we are not a taxi service, but we will try make things easier for people, especially when they are in a bad situation.
That is because we've had too people drive away as soon as they have gas in their car. Those people ruined it for everybody.
Generally, no. We do move tractors, forklifts, and other equipment with wheels. As for stuff like, sheds, or equipment that needs to be lifted, we usually avoid it. We have in the past, and still can, but that is at our discretion.
There can be a few reasons.
1) You failed to pay for a tow or service and still owe money.
2) You have have been extremely rude to our drivers, or even threatened them.
3) You have trespassed, stolen, or damaged our property or equipment.
Yes. Just give us a call and we can either email or print you a new one.