Tow-Truck Driver Jobs
Employment in a Tow- Truck Driving Job requires you to use a Tow-Truck Vehicle to transport vehicles to another location (generally a repair garage), or to recover vehicles which are no longer on a drivable surface.
Towing services are generally provided by an emergency road service operator. Vehicles are often towed in the case of breakdowns or collisions, or may be impounded for legal reasons.
To obtain a Tow-Truck Driving Job, you must have a valid driver’s license from the state that you plan to work in. At the very least, tow truck companies require that you have a valid driver’s license. Many companies will also want to review your driving record to make sure you are a safe driver.
Determine if you need a CDL for the tow truck job you are interested in. Although some tow truck companies do not require a CDL, many do. This Requirement will depend on the size tow truck you will be driving while employed with the company.
Please view our links page to review your states DMV training requirements you will need to obtain your license.
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The average national pay for a Tow Truck Driver Job you can expect is $19,000-$47,000.