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Thread: Tow Strap

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    Senior Member Rich's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    I agree with that method. I had my car towed a couple times and the tow service was required to have flat bed with soft tow straps (no metal hooks) by Hagerty. I instructed the driver to do as you mentioned.......
    Nice to hear this story about Hagerty's towing rules. I've had their Hagerty Plus emergency road service option for a few years now with my D's policy and did not realize they went beyond flatbed-only in terms of special care. Now looking at their webpage, sure enough there it is:
    - Guaranteed flatbed towing with soft straps
    - Dispatch operators who understand and care about classic cars
    - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage in U.S. and Canada
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