24-hour emergency towing Service
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Emergency Vehicle Services
We offer wheel lifts, flatbed towing, heavy equipment hauling, lowboy service, local and long distance towing, emergency fuel delivery, battery jump starts, unlocking doors of trunks, and private property impounds. Whatever you need, we’ll be there to lend a hand. Just call 248.335.9541 and let us know your problem and location.
Adlers Towing History
Adlers Towing is the area’s most established towing company—serving Auburn Hills, Bloomfield, Clarkston, Commerce Township, Highland, Lake Orion, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Union Lake, Walled Lake, Waterford, West Bloomfield, White Lake and more, generation after generation, for more than 70 years.
Charles A. Adler started Adlers Towing in 1939. The company’s first location was a small, two-pump Sinclair filling station located at 695 Baldwin Avenue in Pontiac, Michigan. In 1941, the company relocated to 1324 Baldwin Avenue after signing with the Socony Vacuum Oil Company. Adlers Towing also included vehicle service and a diner serving lunch until 1951.
In 1943, the first wrecker was purchased, a 1939 Ford one-ton with a Manley hand-operated boom and winch. In 1946, Adlers Towing purchased a new 1946 Studebaker one-and-a-half-ton truck, which was the first truck available after World War II. Christened “Wrecker Number Two,” this Studebaker was sent to the Ashton Wrecker Company at 1701 Lafayette in Detroit, Michigan, where it had the first extended boom ever made installed. In 1951, Adlers Towing built a new Mobil gas station with service bays at 1186 Baldwin Avenue. Adlers Towing’s police impound yard has served the city of Pontiac since 1954 with two storage yards.
Over the years, the company has continued to purchase wreckers, such as the 1952 Jeep pickup wrecker, the 1955 GMC Ashton wrecker, the 1960 one-ton Ashton and many more. Currently, the company operates over 30 units, including wreckers, flatbeds, semi-tractors, and trailers.
Boyd Reed went to work at Adlers Towing in 1943, at the age of 13. Boyd bought the company from Mr. Adler in 1959, at the age of 30. In 1982, the company was incorporated and became Adlers Towing. Boyd’s son, James Reed, who was already an employee, was taken on as a partner.
Boyd is now retired, and James runs the company as the president and general manager. James’s oldest son, Dustin, serves as office manager, while his middle son, Trevor, drives a wrecker—thus carrying on the family tradition of Adlers Towing’s quality service.
What are your towing fees/rates?
Our fees and rates depend on many different variables. Please give us a call to get a specific quote!
Are you able to tow sheds and shipping containers?
Yes, we do! We offer a variety of heavy equipment hauling services.
Can you tow oversized or construction vehicles?
Yes, we offer towing services for heavy equipment and construction vehicles.
Can you open a car door when the keys are locked inside?
Yes, our technicians are trained to assist with entering a locked vehicle.
Are you available 24 hours?
Yes, we offer open 24/7 and are available for emergency tows, Emergency fuel delivery, or battery jump starts at any time. Our impound lot hours are Monday- Friday from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM and Saturday 10:00 AM- 1:00 PM.
What areas do you service?
WE ARE AVAILABLE 24/7
24-Hour Emergency Service
IMPOUND YARD HOURS
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm