Premium Heavy-duty Towing Service in New Berlin & Wauwatosa

Heavy-duty wreckers
that’ll get you off the road fast

If it’s heavy, we’ll tow it. Our truck towing service is WreckMaster-certified and has one of the most advanced fleets throughout Milwaukee County.

It’s why we can comfortably offer any of the following heavy-duty towing services in Hales Corners, Greenfield, West Allis, and nearby areas:


Semi truck towing

Semi truck towing

Unloaded semi-trucks can weigh around 35,000 pounds. When loaded, they can be anywhere from 50,000 – 80,000 pounds, depending on the cargo.

Our heavy-duty tow trucks designed to tow semis, loaded or unloaded. They have the maximum towing capacity needed to load and transport big rigs with ease. These wreckers come equipped with high-powered winches and boom lifts. Manned by our experienced pros, they’ll move your truck with zero fuss.


RV towing

RV towing

Our trucks transport heavy class A motorhomes—in the 30,000—to 40,000-pound range — without breaking a sweat. We’ll tow average-weighted campers even more easily.

We have flatbeds and pickups with the appropriate hitch system for RVs. This guarantees your motorhome more stability during transport. Our drivers are no strangers to towing RVs. For them, your camper’s safety is paramount. And their jobs are made easier by tow trucks with electrical brake systems.


Container/Trailer towing

Container/Trailer towing

We tow everything from dump trailers to goosenecks and toy haulers. Our powerful pickups and flatbeds are rightly equipped for this purpose and will easily accommodate your container—dry weight or loaded.

Loading a flatbed truck can be dangerous—but not when done by highly-trained and experienced technicians. Our operators will secure your cargo in the safest way possible and transport it with no hassles.


Heavy equipment hauling

Heavy equipment hauling

We tow a range of heavy equipment. These industrial machines, construction materials, excavators, bulldozers, tractors, etc—some of which can weigh up to 40,000 pounds. A high number, but well below our trucks’ max tow capacity.

Heavy machines and materials are not regular loads. They require special handling. Our operators are more than capable in this regard. They’re comfortable loading and hauling equipment over short or long distances.


Bus towing

Bus towing

No one likes to cause a traffic holdup. If your large bus breaks down in the middle of a busy road, you need a quick response. You also want your towing service to have experience moving buses like that.

Big buses are difficult to maneuver with trucks. There’s a high risk of collisions or even breakdowns in inexperienced hands. With powerful wreckers and a licensed crew, you can count on Speedy Peedy to tow your bus smoothly in high-traffic areas.


Truck towing service

Truck towing service

If it’s a truck with wheels, we’ll tow it. Whether you’ve got garbage trucks, fire engines, refrigerated trucks, or construction vehicles that need towing, we’ve got you covered. Just give us a call.

Speedy Peedy is a sufficiently equipped wrecker service. If your truck needs a high-powered boom lift or winch to get off the road smoothly and get moving, we have it covered.

We handle all manners of
heavy-duty towing.

We’ve done heavy-duty towing for over a decade. So, no matter how unique your situation, our operators will deal with it smoothly. They have the cutting-edge equipment needed, and are highly competent in complex towing operations.

Don’t hesitate to call us if you need a professional for any of the following:

  • Winch outs
  • Roll-overs
  • Jacknives
  • Off-road recovery
  • Heavy equipment transport

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    We stay true to the name

    Speedy Peedy Towing’s operators typically respond quickly—we aim for an ETA of 30 minutes or less for towing services in West Allis, New Berlin, Hales Corners, and surrounding areas.

    We prioritize speed, but preparation is crucial. Every heavy-duty tow is mapped out in advance—our dispatchers will walk through every important detail with you. This lets us reach your location with the required equipment, personnel, and resources. Need a towing company that won’t disappoint you? Call us.

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    Tow truck vs heavy wrecker: What’s the difference?

    A heavy wrecker is a type of tow truck. To put it simply, all wreckers are tow trucks, but not all tow trucks are wreckers.

    Wreckers are the “big boys” used to lift or recover heavy trucks from tricky situations like rollovers or jackknives. They typically have booms and wheel lifts to perform these operations. And they look like this:

    Tow truck is the general term for vehicles built specifically to tow. These include flatbeds, lowboys, and wreckers.

    Heavy-duty Towing FAQs

    Stay put and simply wait for the truck towing service if you didn’t break down on the road. Otherwise, place flares or safety cones around it to warn other drivers.

    You generally don’t have to do much except wait once a towing company has answered you. Trying to tow your vehicle yourself or find alternative means will likely cause further damage.

    Maximum towing capacity varies per vehicle. Some pickups can tow up to 8000 pounds while medium-duty trucks generally pull within 10,000 to 26,000 pounds. Our heavy-duty tow trucks tow anything above 26,000 and usually within 50,000.

    Keep in mind that the regular, manufacturer-provided hitch can’t be used to tow your vehicle’s max capacity. You would need a goose neck/fifth wheel for that.

    Want to know your vehicle’s tow capacity? Use our towing calculator.

    Yes. Our operators and tow trucks are ready to roll 24/7.

    Being stranded is not just embarrassing, it ruins plans and can affect your health. We know people in these situations want to get help as soon as possible, so we react accordingly.

    It depends. An integrated tow truck is your best option for towing large trucks. Flatbeds can be handy too, but only if the truck is within their max tow capacity.

    Flatbeds are ideal for long-distance towing as they allow smoother transport. That said, they are best used for heavy equipment, SUVs, box trucks, and buses.

    Yes. Every new driver receives intensive specialized training at the beginning. Then they are paired with an experienced driver for a while until they can complete every aspect of the job with first-rate competence.

    A WreckMaster certification is a first-class training standard in the towing industry. It proves our dedication to professionalism and excellent towing services. The certification guarantees that our team is highly trained and well-equipped.