Towing Services Athens, Georgia


Did you know that the average car has more than 30,000 parts? Yes, it’s true.

Which means, when you are experiencing car troubles there’s a very slim chance that you or even your mechanic is going to have the ability to properly diagnose your issue without the proper computer diagnostics equipment.  Does that seem somewhat disheartening?  Don’t worry, although you may not know what’s wrong with your car, HPC Auto Towing can pick up your vehicle and transport it to our shop and provide a diagnostic test to determine the precise issue and then suggest the needed repairs.

Don’t let the minutia of numbers bog you down, when you need towing or roadside assistance services of any kind, here in the Athens, Georgia area, give HPC Auto Towing a call, we promise to take care of you. 706-549-7406



If you drive a Rolls Royce you might not need our services…Here’s what we mean.

In 2007 the oldest Rolls Royce still on the roads, a 10 horsepower two-seat open-topped car built in 1904, went up for sale. Asking more than $2.5 million dollars the auction house could justify the price tag because the vintage vehicle was still operational. The new buyer, if properly licensed, could hop in and drive it away if they chose to.

75% of the cars that Rolls-Royce has ever produced are still on the road today. Of course, you’d expect that kind of expert engineering from a vehicle whose sticker-price is more than $300,000 brand new. But, just in case you leave your Rolls at home and must take the Malibu, or the Camry, know that HPC Auto Towing is available to handle all your towing and roadside service needs.

Of course, we’ll tow your Rolls too. We use soft straps and take great care and attention to detail in everything we do.

  • Rollover Recovery
  • Flatbed Towing Services
  • Damage Free Towing
  • 24 Hour Service
  • Auto Repair Shop
  • Wrecker Towing
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Equipment Transport
  • Exotic Vehicle Transport

Distracted driving is the number one cause of motor vehicle accidents today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a study that showed that 80 percent of automobile accidents and 65 percent of near-accidents involve some form of driver distraction. Now, more than ever, police are cracking down on distracted drivers. But distracted driving isn’t new. Did you know that when billboards and the car radio came on the scene some states were determined to ban them because of the fear of car crashes?

In order to avoid a collision, and avoid seeing the tow truck operator anytime soon, we suggest that you refrain from texting, talking on the phone, and even eating while driving. Too many times, we’ve responded to police emergencies where a motorist has inadvertently hit a sign or ran off the road due to distracted driving. Responsible drivers realize that avoiding distractions saves lives, so please, when you drive, put the phone down.