BIG RIG TOWING & RECOVERY offers a wide range of heavy-duty towing and recovery services to get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
You can contact us for ALL your heavy towing and big rig needs.
We provide the following services, but this is not the complete list!
Secure inside/outside storage facility
12 and 24 Volt Boosts
Damage-free Under Reach Towing
Coach, Motor home, Bus Towing
Flatbed, Semi-truck Towing
Call Big Rig toll free at (866) 398-7444 for IMMEDIATE 24/7 service. .
Last weekend Big Rig Towing did it’s annual training session with the Calgary Fire Department.
These training sessions not only provide valuable lessons for our local Fire Department in the use of heavy recovery equipment like Big Rigs 75 ton rotator but also help keep our teams on the ready for any emergency that may arise with rigs and large equipment on the road.
Celebrating 106 years of the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth!
Join us at the parade Friday July 6th, 2018 with this year’s Grand Marshal Olympic snowboarder Mark McMorris. The parade procession through downtown Calgary streets is the annual kick-off to the Calgary Stampede. It begins at 8:55 am, but head down to the parade route early to ensure you get a great viewing spot.
For 10 days it’s a citywide celebration of true western hospitality in a party atmosphere!
So much to see and do…
The Calgary Stampede has grown into one of the world’s richest rodeos, one of Canada’s largest festivals and a significant tourist attraction for the city.
The Stampede attracts over one million visitors per year and features an exciting parade, thrilling rodeos, the midway, concerts, stage shows, agricultural competitions, chuckwagon racing, First Nations exhibitions and so much more…
Don’t miss out! Head downtown to the parade Friday morning and on to the Stampede grounds for some foot-stomping, heart-pounding action and a truly memorable experience.
For event information visit www.calgarystampede.com/sta…/attractions/parade/watch-parade
When this forklift decided to try and escape through the floor of this trailer Big Rig Towing was called to bring their 75 Ton Rotator to give it a lift. After making an adjustment to the roof of the trailer the Rotor made quick work of getting the forklift out and back to work.
On Friday November 11, 2016 we pay tribute and remember those members
of the armed forces – some who selflessly sacrificed their own precious lives in the
line of duty — who have served their nation in war, in armed conflict, and in the
effort of sustaining world peace.
Past, present and future we salute those who have served and those who continue
to serve at home and overseas. Without them there would be no freedom.
Fire fighters don’t just show up with all the skills needed to engage in every situation. That’s because they don’t just fight fires. Firemen are called out to many different events like brush fires, structure fires, automobile accidents, life-threatening medical emergencies, non-life-threatening medical calls, false alarms and other hazardous situations. To be able to do this they have to have extensive training for all these emergencies.
One of the most stressful is automobile accidents that often involve victims trapped by crushed metal or other vehicles.
How do they prepare for this? Big Rig Towing lends a hand with the ongoing training of firemen and their own crews by helping to set up scenarios that accurately represent these types of accidents under controlled environments at one of the Calgary Fire Department’s training centers.
It doesn’t matter how many improvements you make to machines there is always going to be something. You can improve functionality you can include air and wifi and bluetooth but one thing you really can never foresee is how that equipment will deal with mother nature.
This beautiful new combine forgot that it could still get stuck in the mud.
Big Rig Towing got her out and back in the field in no time.
At Big Rig Towing we aren’t always called out to rescue some rig that has gotten stuck in the snow or a ditch in rough weather. It’s not always an accident where wreckage is strewn all over and there is a broken rig that needs righting or towing.
Sometimes it’s just a large piece of equipment that has met it’s end to soon. Like this big excavator that just got burned out at the job.