Towing Services

Port Coquitlam Towing Services

No matter what type of vehicle you’re driving, no matter where you are in the Lower Mainland, you can count on Triple B Towing to get to you quickly and provide the top quality assistance you require. Our drivers have an extensive amount of experience with vehicle repairs and maintenance, as well as towing in virtually any situation, so you can rest assured that you are always in good hands with Triple B Towing. Even if we discover your car doesn’t require a tow, we are ready to provide whatever assistance we can, including basic vehicle maintenance.

Our other towing services include:

Emergency Towing
Salvage Tows
Off-Road Vehicle Recovery
Roadside Breakdowns

With more than 25 years of experience in the towing industry, we have encountered practically every type of towing situation there is, which is why we can offer such a wide range of towing services to our customers. From rough salvage jobs to transporting brand new vehicles, we have the expertise to make sure you are fully satisfied with the results.

At Triple B Towing, our main focus is helping you and your vehicle get from point A to point B as quickly and as safely as possible. With that in mind, there are a few pointers we can give you to help you solve any minor problems you may encounter while experiencing car trouble. For the most part, you should never perform repairs on your own vehicle unless you know what you are doing, however there are some minor issues that practically any vehicle owner can resolve, or at least check on their own before you have to call a tow truck. Below you’ll find a few examples of some minor vehicle issues that are commonly encountered, and what you can do to fix these issues.

Before you call one of our trucks, please consider the following:

How to Check Oil Level

A car that is running low on engine oil won’t go very far at all. Engine oil keeps the moving parts in your engine such as pistons lubricated, and absorbs the heat generated by these internal parts. Without an adequate supply of engine oil, your car will quickly overheat and will likely break down. Changing your engine oil isn’t very easy to do, especially if you haven’t done it before, but checking the oil level, and topping off your supply can easily be done on your own. To do this, you first need to find the oil dipstick which is usually located beside the engine block. Remove it, wipe it clean, and replace it again. Once you’ve done this, you can pull the dipstick again and check the oil level indicated on the bottom of the dipstick. If you feel comfortable, and have the proper type of engine oil for your car (which is indicated on the engine oil cap found on your engine block, listed as 5w-30 or 10w-30) simply pour about half the bottle of oil into the engine, then recheck the level with the dipstick to see if you require more.

How to Change a Tire:

While most new cars come with a spare tire and changing kit, it seems like fewer and fewer vehicle owners know how to change a flat tire. To begin, make sure the car is in park with the e-brake engaged and use the wrench provided to loosen the lug nuts holding your damaged tire on the vehicle, but do not remove them completely. Once you’ve loosened the lug nuts, its time to jack up the car. The key to properly jacking up the car is to find the slot on the car’s frame where your jack goes. This will allow the car to be lifted safely, without damaging the body. Once you crank the jack up high enough, you can remove the lug nuts completely, and replace your damaged tire with the temporary one in your car. If you have trouble removing or tightening the lug nuts by hand, simply use your foot to turn the wrench with more leverage.

How to Jack Up a Car:

Get A Quote

When in doubt, always call an expert for help. The team at Triple B Towing is always ready to help you out of any issue you may have with your on road and off road vehicles. Be sure to call today for a scrap removal, or fill out our online quick quote form to receive a free quote today!