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Eric Hofer Fountain City Wisconsin. Been driving tow truck close to 20yrs. Wreckmaster 4/5 expired.

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Still here, Will have to track down my certification numbers, Wreckmaster certified, TRAA, Wes Wilburn training classes, Towman Hero Award recipient and who knows what else didn't transfer when the transition was made from tow411.

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Hi there from Canada Wreckmaster ,TRAA and transportation safety professional 25 years + and still in the ditch 

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Randall Resch, Alpine CA. - Operations Editor, American Towman Magazine, retired police officer San Diego Police Department, and Senior Off-Road Recovery Engineer, Naval Special  Warfare since 1967. Thanks Ron and Chris for providing the Number one forum that brings towers together.

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Brian Riker from Hawley, PA. Third generation towman going on 28 years in the industry, more if you count the time as a young boy in the shop and helping with the wreckers.  I have operated most trucks from shop built to the most modern of rotators. My career began on a Holmes 440 sling truck and my last tow truck was a Century 1130 rotator.

 

Currently I am the owner of Fleet Compliance Solutions, a DOT/OSHA compliance consulting firm focused on the towing and auto transport industry. A former tow business and small transport fleet owner I still operate trucks when the opportunity presents itself. I also provide sales and support for Jerr-Dan, Landoll and Cottrell through Worldwide Equipment Sales and am the Tow Business Editor for Tow Industry Week as well as a regular contributor to American Towman Magazine and their Tow Expo conference series.

 

I am a WreckMaster 4/5 (expired), current TRAA Certified Level 2 Master Tower, Wes Wilburn light, medium, heavy, advance recovery and rotator (expired) and Crane Tech qualified rigger. Additionally, I have completed many OSHA courses including an OSHA 30 and audit class. I hold a valid class A CDL with all available endorsements. I participate in many towing associations as a compliance specialist, am a Associate Member of TRAA, sit on the LAN Committee at TRAA and was heavily involved in the start up of the Independent Auto Transporters Alliance, a trade group for independent (small) car hauler companies.

 

Thank you for this great resource.

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Still here! Wes wilburn heavy duty training, second generation shop and towing since 1970.

 

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Robert from Double Eagle Towing in Marionville Mo. still at it but some days you wonder why when the MOVE OVER SLOW DOWN LAW means nothing to drivers around here have had several close calls in past few weeks , it just gets you to thinking.

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The drivers in Jefferson county, MO are horrible about moving over. Thebes they stare at you because yo then your inconvenienceing their life if they actually do move over

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Note: these roll calls are an important element to our community. They determine membership status when a purge is conducted. These are generally done on a semi annual basis around June and December. Our numbers have never been greater than 8000 due to this purge. We deal is realistic numbers by verifying valid member information. If a member has not been active for more than more than 18 months then they will be purged. Thanks

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I signed up, will try to use this more. Right Now, I am looking for a New Rollback.

 

Going to check out the training, but it's starting to raining the the phones are ringing.

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Our family has been in the towing business since the early 1920s. I was at the controls of 1948 REO Speedwagon tow truck when I was 9 years old. My training consists of learning from my family and school of hard knocks.  I am 62 years old and still enjoy towing and recovery. Jack Herman, Wildwood Service, Gages Lake, Illinois

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