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Some heavy towing was needed to move an old fire truck from a fire house in Coburg to the scrap yard in Port Perry. The machines and community service trucks we use in our communities become part of the family. The Cobourg community asked Abrams to help retire this old beauty a few months ago. We thought it was sad to see an old work horse be retired. And despite the somberness associated with taking her on her last ride, Abrams Heavy Towing wanted to celebrate the contribution she made to the surrounding Cobourg area. We are tipping our hats to this old fire truck and the firemen and women who served on her.
Fire truck receiving a heavy tow to Port Perry
Heavy Towing of Coburg Fire Truck Just Outside of Toronto
Details of Heavy Towing of Retired Fire Truck
Abrams heavy towing received a call to pick up a fire truck in Coburg and transport to Port Perry. Our heavy towing team drove from Abrams Toronto headquarters to the Coburg fire station. The heavy towing team consisted of two Abrams employees. The drive took about an hour. The heavy towing team drove north east on the Ontario 401 Express until the reached Coburg. When they arrived in Coburg they drove to the fire station. The old fire truck was waiting. The heavy towing team backed their heavy wrecker. The heavy towing team exited the heavy wrecker. They removed the towing chains and towing straps. The heavy towing team lowered the front wheel support. They extended to the ground. The heavy towing team grabbed the winch from the heavy wrecker and pulled it all the way out. They then attached it to the support on the fire truck. The heavy towing team winched the fire truck onto the front wheel support. They then used towing chains and the locking mechanism to hold the fire trucks wheels in place. The heavy towing team grabbed the cables from the ground and locked up everything else. Next, they walked to the cab of the heavy wrecker got into the heavy wrecker. They drove away. The route the heavy towing team took them as follows. They started in Cobourg. From Cobourg they went south until they arrived at Highway 401. The heavy towing team stayed on highway 401. They passed Port Hope. They passed Welcome. The heavy towing team passed Port Britain. They passed the Port Hope Travel Plaza. They continued driving. They heavy towing team passed Newcastle. They continued along past Wilmot Creek and Port Darlington. Just before Darlington Provincial Park they took highway 418, North West for several kilometers. The heavy towing team arrived at the intersection of highway 407 and highway 418. They exited onto highway 407 toward Toronto. At the intersection of 407 and Regional Raod 2, the heavy towing team exited highway 407. On the way to Port Perry they passed Raglan, the Purple Woods Conversation Area, and Prince Albert. Finally they arrived at Port Perry. The heavy towing team exited the heavy wrecker. They lowered the fire truck to the ground and released all the cables.
Our fleet of over 160 trucks offers a full range of state-of-the-art towing and recovery vehicles, including scores of light-duty tow trucks and flatbeds, tri-axle trucks, 50-ton heavy wreckers and hydraulic float trailers. We are ready for any size job – from motorcycles to motor homes and 18-wheel semis.