If you need to call us, here are a few tips to ensure that you receive the best possible service from Yorkton Towing:

  • Know exactly where you are. Look for an address, a name of a building, a street corner nearest to you, or a landmark. Note the direction of travel and even which side of an intersection you are on. This information makes it much easier for us to find you.
  • Give our dispatcher a good description of the vehicle, including year, make, model and license plate number.
  • Try to give the dispatcher a good idea of the problem. If we know what's wrong, we can send the right truck and equipment.
  • Give the dispatcher the phone number you are calling, so we can call you back if, for any reason, we can't find you.
  • Calling a tow truck is usually an unexpected expense, and you may not have enough cash. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and your bank card. If no credit card or bank card is available, the repair shop to which we are towing your vehicle may pay the tow bill for you because they have your car for repair, and add it to their bill. Our drivers will help you find the best way to ensure that you get the service you need.
  • Please understand that if the weather is cold or bad, we may be running behind. We will get to you as quickly as possible, but it may not always be as quickly as you would like. In that case, you may wish to call your local service station or dealership.
  • If you should get your car going before we arrive, or you get help from someone else, please call in to cancel. One of the frustrations of our business is taking the time, fuel and energy to look for someone who is no longer there.


  • 24 HR Emergency Roadside Service 
  • Towing - Light, Medium and Heavy Duty
  • Flat Deck, Recovery Trailer Service
  • Motorcycle Towing
  • Winching 
  • Boosting
  • Tire changes
  • Vehicle lockouts
  • Gas and Diesel fuel delivery
  • Insurance Towing and Recovery
  • Secure, 24/7 Monitored Compound Facility

Sharing the road with tow trucks
When a vehicle used exclusively for towing or rendering assistance is stopped on a highway with its amber lights in operation to assist a disabled vehicle, drivers must slow to 60 km/h when passing. This does not apply to vehicles travelling in the opposite direction on a divided highway. However, this does apply when travelling in the opposite direction on an undivided highway.

--SGI Driver's Handbook

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