Cars break down. It’s just a fact of life. And as inconvenient as it may be, there are services created just for helping out. Whether you’re on the side of the an expressway, in a parking lot, or in the middle of the road blocking traffic, a tow truck can be called and will pick you up as soon as possible. So when you car is anything but reliable, give the Best Towing Service in Queens a call!
In 2020, Best Towing Service under Automotive merged with Best Towing Service under Services. Go to the Services Category to view current winners for Best Towing Service.
2019: Queens Voted Arm Auto Svce Best Towing Service!
Arm Auto Svce
148-26 Hillside Ave Jamaica
Looking to get some body work done on your car? Beautify your ride with the experts at Arm Auto Service in Jamaica. Scratches and dents? No problem. Arm Auto Svce Inc sees and repairs those problems all the time.
2018: Queens Voted Justin’s Towing & Storage Best Towing Service!
Justin’s Towing & Storage
100-01 Liberty Ave., Ozone Park, NY 11417
If your car broke down or just getting into an accident and are in need of immediate assistance, Justin’s Towing & Storage in South Ozone Park is ready to help. From roadside assistance to blocked driveways and any other vehicle troubles, Justin’s highly trained staff is ready to help 24/7 in any sort of emergency. A family business that’s been serving the five boroughs and Long Island since 2010, Justin’s Towing & Storage has become a trusted name in towing by maintaining a high level of professionalism while making their customers their top priority.
2017: Queens Voted Tom’s Towing Best Towing Service!
15-35 128th St, College Point, NY 11356
With more than 15 years of experience in the towing industry under its utility belt, Tom’s Towing in College Point is acclaimed beyond the borough of Queens for being one of the best local towing companies on the east coast. That being said, it makes perfect sense that the company – which pairs the latest technology and equipment with kind and caring customer service – has bragging rights in its own home borough of Queens.