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  1. In honor of Mother's Day, we are giving away Safety4her Inc. gear to a couple of women in the towing and roadside industry! Do you have someone that you think would rock this gear with pride? Enter them to win. All you have to do is: > Post a picture on HONK's Facebook page or Instagram (@honk4help) of a woman you appreciate and use one of the following hashtags: #Safety4her #honk #Womenintowing We will announce the winners this Mother's Day!
  2. https://www.kxlf.com/news/montana-and-regional-news/officials-warn-of-tow-truck-scam-in-montana Montanans are being warned about a scam where call centers are posing as local tow truck companies. The Montana Highway Patrol recently learned of these suspected scam activities in Billings and Missoula. The scam works like this: Consumers using search engine terms such as “tow truck companies near me” find results that include sham businesses. In the Billings area, listings for “F & V Towing,” “Woods & Sons,” and “Fonnie’s Wrecker Service” appear, along with fake positive c
  3. Randall, This piece is exceptional and I hope every member on this board takes the time to read it. The only point I think you may have missed is what happens if we don't police our industry from within. If we don't take the time to start setting rules and regulations and agreeing as a community to adhere to such, we end up with government legislation instead. Do you know why municipalities set rate caps on the towing industry? Because bad actors take advantage of people and overcharge when they have control of the situation. Those bas actors are what the public sees on the news,
  4. Question for WA folks, have you ever had a problem with state patrol when it comes to documenting accident scenes with photos or videos? I know many companies are now using drones and various other methods of documenting recoveries in order to clarify charges for insurance companies and trucking companies, but I've been told by some of my Washington providers that state patrol tells them they can't document the scene. Anybody have thoughts on this?
  5. Awesome stuff. Just moved to LA last year. Pretty cool to see the vintage iron at work!
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