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United Coalition for Motor Club Safety

As a member of this United Coalition for Motor Club Safety, we are proud of the message and mission this Coalition stands for both in the Protecting Towers, Protecting Motorists mantra as well as the Strength in Numbers, Strength in Focus. Ours is a tough job with serious risk to not only the Service/Tow Drivers but to the motoring public who are in need of emergency road service. It is in our DNA to service those customers in need. Sometimes the Motor club's get in the way of this goal be it policy, payment or delivery of such service.

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NOW HIRING!

Emergency Road Service Technician/Driver.

Yarbrough Bros Towing, Sonoma County’s largest light duty towing company is now accepting applications for full time Emergency Road Side Service Technician’s. We are a highly professional Towing establishment that specializes in setting the standard for our Industry both in training and equipment as well as customer satisfaction.
The successful candidate will have an outstanding personality and be highly motivated to succeed. This individual will preferably have a background in Sales, Customer Service, and /or related Automotive Industry.

Towing & Recovery--never a dull moment.

Earlier this week I received a call to go recover a riding lawnmower in the north part of Santa Rosa. I headed up that way and was advised by dispatch that the company that had called me, mentioned that i would have to go about an 1/8 of a mile off the road to the lake to get this lawn mower. Well, the reason this was necessary is that the lawnmower had driven/slipped into the lake up there and was not easily accessible. They wanted to know if I could bring about a 150 feet of 'cable". Well, two of the Yarbrough Bros Towing Wreckers have just about that much.

Safe practices & procedures for Towing

Any of the drivers that i have trained will tell you my favorite saying is "minimize your exposure to risk". This term encompasses so much more than just trying to be safe or working safer. It is a philosophy that when employed daily, will help every driver with the ultimate goal of finishing the day/night shift and going home safe. A few tips to minimizing your exposure to risk are as follows.

On the freeway, wear your class 3 safety vest. Not only is it the law, it is easy to do. Slip it on and be visible.

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