Best Towing Service: Aggressive Towing & Recovery

Location: Moorhead

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Aggressive Towing & Recovery earned Best Towing Service in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Aggressive Towing & Recovery provides 24/7 towing and roadside assistance throughout the metro and beyond, according to their website. In business since 2009, Aggressive Towing & Recovery is a locally owned and operated business, in addition to being family- and woman-owned.

“Above all, we’re a towing company that cares about our customers and strives to deliver the best possible service every time,” according to the website.

Equipped to handle almost any towing-related problem, Aggressive Towing has a state-of-the-art truck and highly trained employees. According to the website, “no matter what you need, we’ll treat you the way we’d like to be treated and make sure you’re satisfied every step of the way.

  • Second place: Ed’s Towing Service
  • Third place: MTW Towing
  • Fourth place: Ted’s Northport Tesoro
  • Fifth place: Northland Towing

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