Nunn Better Towing & Recovery began our towing company more than 2 years ago in Spartanburg, South Carolina. We may be a young company, but we have over 30 years experience in the towing business! Since we opened our doors, we have maintained the same commitment for providing motorists with fast and efficient towing services that they can always depend on, 24-hours a day. We have tow truck drivers who have proven that they are the best at what they do. This is why we continue to receive accolades from various trade associations. Our customers deserve quality towing services and we are just the ones to offer this to them at Nunn Better Towing & Recovery. We have professional tow truck drivers who are licensed and insured to assist with your service needs. You are capable of having all of your towing needs attended to by a qualified tow truck driver in Spartanburg when calling on Nunn Better Towing & Recovery.
We can confidently say that you are sure to be happy with the services offered to you by our tow truck drivers because they are personally vetted. This means that they prove efficient in their duties. At Nunn Better Towing & Recovery, we also maintain our fleet of tow trucks by having them serviced weekly. This assures of us always being available to attend to your service needs and never breaking down in the process. You can always rely on Nunn Better Towing & Recovery when you need us since we make ourselves available around the clock, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. You are assured of being able to also get your money’s worth regardless of what type of job we are performing.
Drive Safe, Be Safe It is not uncommon to see emergency scenes, vehicular issues or work zones on the side of the roads. Here are some tips to keep in mind when coming across an emergency scene or work zone. · Keep vehicle under control. · Proceed with due caution. · Significantly reduce vehicle speed. · Yield the right of way by making a lane change into a lane not next to the emergency equipment or work equipment if on a highway with at least four lanes, with at least two lanes proceeding in the same direction. · If changing lanes is not possible or unsafe, maintain a safe speed for road conditions. · Endangering temporary work zone or emergency personnel is considered a misdemeanor punishable by a fine. Obeying this law can save a life and prevent injury. Move Over, SC! · State law requires motorists to “move over” into an adjacent lane whenever possible when passing an emergency scene or temporary work zone. (South Carolina Department of Public Safety)