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Juan's Wrecker and Truck Road Service LLC
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Towing/Wrecker Service & Roadside Assistance in Kingsville & Falfurrias Texas
Towing/Wrecker Service & Roadside Assistance in Kingsville & Falfurrias Texas

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In our line of work, it is important that we stay up to date with the newest technology.
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Don’t forget to leave us a review on Yelp so we can know how we are doing! http://www.yelp.com/biz/juans-wrecker-truck-and-trailer-repair-sarita-2
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Happy holidays from your friends here at Juan’s Wrecker!
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No job is too big or small for our team of experts here at Juan’s Wrecker. Don’t believe us, then put us to the test (361) 720-0254
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Did you know that the Traffic Safety Act requires drivers to either slow down or move over when passing emergency vehicles or tow trucks stopped on the side of a highway?
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Tow truck trivia! The first known tow truck was built in 1916 by mechanic Ernest Holmes when he needed to pull his car out of a creek.
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The year has turned its circle, the seasons come and go. The harvest all is gathered in and chilly north winds blow. Orchards have shared their treasures, the fields their yellow grain. So open wide the doorway, Thanksgiving comes again!
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The next time you’re stuck in traffic behind an 18-wheeler tow truck, remember they need approximately 40 times the stopping length of an average car. Professional drivers know to maintain a distance and stay with within the speed limit.
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The next time you’re stuck in traffic behind an 18-wheeler tow truck, remember they need approximately 40 times the stopping length of an average car. Professional drivers know to maintain a distance and stay with within the speed limit.
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