We operate 24 hours a day,
7 Days a week
52 weeks a year.
It’s happened to us all. One minute you're enjoying your day, the next, you realize you’re one set of keys short of a ride home. A1 Towing has the experience and professionalism to set your day back on track. Whether you lost your keys, key fob, or simply locked them in the vehicle. We can get you back into your car. Usually faster than it took you to realize you lost them in the first place. We offer timely, efficient lockout roadside assistance in and around the Helena area.
A1 Towing has a fleet of medium and heavy duty trucks to easily manage larger, heavier trucks and equipment. Our skilled operators are specially trained to handle medium duty vehicles and know how to transport your vehicle safely from point A to B, damage-free. Medium duty vehicles are classified as being 10,001 lbs to 26,000 lbs. Depending on the equipment installed on the truck, some medium duty vehicles may require a larger truck to tow them. We tow semi-tractor trailers and bobtails with our under-lift equipment. Our heavy-duty tow trucks haul most large vehicles including tractor trailers, tour/city buses, and large fleet trucks.
We have a lifetime of experience in towing trailers in sizes ranging from small utility trailers to 40+ foot long RV and Car hauling trailers. This experience comes from both professional and personal usage of trailers. In the course of our experience, we are often tasked with recovering vehicles that have not followed proper trailer towing protocols, including: Proper Tow Vehicle and Hitch Selection Tongue Weight Management Proper Trailer Attachment Adherence to Vehicle and Trailer Weight Ratings We have towed trailers at maximum rated vehicle capacity through some of the toughest environments in Montana; from high altitude winding roads to the hottest eastern plains environments and everything in between. This experience allows us to operate at the height of efficiency and safety.
Light Duty Towing
We provide towing service 24/7 – 365 days a year. Our dispatchers are knowledgeable in the industry to assist you by sending the right kind of equipment and personnel for your situation at any hour of the day. Dispatchers & Drivers are fully trained and TRAA certified with continuous testing to ensure best of class service. All of our trucks are fully outfitted with the latest GPS tracking devices, thus ensuring we monitor and coordinate our drivers to best meet the demand of our customers in a timely manner. Our Light Duty Towing services, utilizes state of the art wheel lift and updated flatbeds. We have all the right tools including knowledge to handle your domestic or import with the utmost care and consideration to modern tow and recovery methods. Most flatbeds are Air Ride equipped. We also offer low clearance wreckers for parking garages along with go-jacks.
We employ wreck master certified operators to meet all your roadside needs including flat beds, wreckers & service trucks. Our rates are competitive and straightforward. We’re fully licensed and insured. But after your vehicle is secure, and you're safe, just know that we can continue the work with an award winning collision center to help with repairs if needed.
No one can tell when they're going to need an emergency towing service. That's just the way the cookie crumbles. But you can rest assured that no matter when, and no matter how bad, we can help recover your vehicle and get you to safety. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
RVs & Trailers
RV full-timers and weekend warriors alike travel the Montana highways throughout the summer to reach their destinations on the glaciers of Glacier Park, or wildlife and geysers of Yellowstone. Sometimes, they don’t make it as planned. When an RV or camper breaks down, you can’t call just any tow truck to move it. Specialized RV towing services are called in to recover that vehicle and tow it. A1 Towing is a AAA accredited RV towing service.
Flatbed, Lift & Dollies
A standard (dolly) tow truck lifts the front or back wheels of your vehicle onto a short trailer that’s attached to the truck, leaving the other set of wheels to roll along the ground. While this type of truck works well for certain situations, there are others where it isn’t the best option. In the following cases, it’s better to go with a flatbed truck that lifts the vehicle entirely off the ground. Towing across long distances. Because two of the vehicle’s wheels are on the ground during a standard tow, this can translate into a lot of wear and tear on a vehicle if you’re moving the car any great distance. A flatbed truck holds its cargo above the road surface, so it’s a better choice for cross-country or other long tows. When you have an expensive car. While a dolly tow is generally less expensive than a flatbed, that doesn’t mean much if your prized vintage or sports ...