Queensland towing company says Hino fleet extremely reliable.
If you need a tow in Queensland the chances are your vehicle might end up on the back of, or hooked up to, a Wil-Tow tow truck.
With a fleet of 21 trucks operating across Brisbane, South-East Queensland and as far west as Roma, Wil-Tow recently expanded its truck fleet with the addition of three new Hino trucks from the Hino light, medium and heavy-duty ranges.
Wil-Tow Director, Steve Wilson, said Hino trucks have proven extremely reliable in the past.
“The Wil-Tow fleet is on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week and we need our fleet to be ready to respond to anything,”
“Having towing, roadside assist and machinery transport divisions means that our Hino trucks are driven in a range of conditions - city and suburban traffic, highways and rough dirt roads well off the beaten track.
“They stand up well to whatever is thrown at them. We’re confident that they’ll keep serving us reliably and help meet our customers’ needs.
“The last thing a tow truck driver wants to do is call another tow truck.”
The Wil-Tow has been extended with a Hino 700 Series High Roof 2848 with Super Tilt trailer, a 500 Series FE 1426 with tilt tray, and a 300 Series 616 fitted with a body for roadside assist duties.
Mr Wilson telling Behind the Wheel Truck News, the Hino product can’t be beaten for comfort.
“Our drivers find all the Hino trucks comfortable, and they like the multimedia units fitted to the latest models.
“The standard safety features also add peace of mind.”