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In this course you will learn tips and techniques on how to hook-up and secure a trailer.
Maximize your equipment’s potential. Learn the basics and advanced techniques for using dollies in light-duty towing.
Maximize your equipment’s potential. Learn the basics and advanced techniques for using WreckMaster skates in light-duty towing.
Get more out of your truck. Anchoring allows an operator to increase the resistance of their winching source, allowing them to move more weight.
Walk before you run. An essential skill for any operator is being able to deliver quality service on more than just tows and recoveries.
In this course you will learn about the mechanical advantage of adding more lines to the load.
The condition and environment have an effect on the resistance of the object. In this tutorial, you will be learning the condition of rolling resistance.
In this course you will learn where the weight goes when towing a casualty up or down a grade.
Follow along with WreckMaster lead instructors as they complete a recovery of a locked vehicle from a parking spot.
Calculate the proper resistance using the Rolling Resistance formula, (from the Tutorial: Calculating Rolling Resistance) and the Damage Resistance formula.
In this course you will learn the step-by-step process to secure the front axle of the casualty safely and correctly for towing.
learn what to do when the casualties are on a gradient or hill and how moving the casualty up or down the gradient effects the resistance of the casualty.
Knowing how to respond to a customer call involving a hybrid is a must for any tow operator.
This course gives operators the tools to safely begin their towing career with skills and knowledge that will help them succeed immediately.
In this course you will learn what your truck can lift safely without lifting the front axle off the ground and how to calculate this accurately
In this course you will learn the fundamentals of hooking up a light-duty casualty.
Whether you’re new to towing or simply new to the WreckMaster approach, this course will set a solid foundation for towing a light-duty vehicle right the first time, every time.
In this course you will learn what to do when the casualties are encountering material that makes contact with the tires, wheels, or body.
What happens when an operator is tasked with towing a vehicle with no keys?
Make roll overs look easy.
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