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At Petroff Towing, Inc., we consistently aim to provide superior care and service that our heavy-duty customers expect and deserve in southern Illinois and the greater St. Louis metro region. For 45 years, family-owned and operated company values the strong relationships that we have cultivated and the business entrusted to us. We are recognized as one of the industry’s preeminent, heavy-duty experts for comprehensive truck towing, accident recovery services, and specializes services utilizing professional operators, cutting-edge equipment, and innovative procedures. From efficient and damage-free, heavy-duty towing to accident recovery or load work, we can handle it all in just one call.



We possess one the nation’s most prestigious fleets of heavy-duty tow trucks for damage-free towing. We dispatch from 8 locations in the St. Louis metro region for local and long-distance towing of trucks, combination vehicles, buses, and specialized equipment.  


Our team of professionals possess decades of industry experience. We utilize the industries’ most powerful equipment, including multiple 30- to 75-ton rotators and the first Miller Industries’ M100 100-ton sliding rotator for swift clearance of accident scenes and complex recoveries.


Multiple sets of air cushions assist our recovery operations when conditions are favorable for damage-free lifts of loaded trailers. Most commercial vehicle insurance carriers rank us as a preferred vendor for value-added services like air cushion recovery.


We made significant investments in specialized equipment including skid steers, message boards, and lighting systems to reduce delays and vendor dependence. Our specialty trailers include flatbeds, gondolas, livestock with pens, low-boys, reefers, and van units.

LOAD Transfers

Our working relationships with several local scale masters allows us to work onsite with mobile docking or bring units to our facility to reduce downtime. Our team is skilled in load transfers, reworking damaged loads, cargo containment, and sorting and repalletizing damaged goods to reduce product loss or rejection.