Towing Companies Ontario – Our Service Pledge

Towing Companies Ontario – By now, we’ve all seen the news and heard the stories about how some towing companies took advantage of the wildfire disaster on the 15 Freeway on July 17.

Our pledge to our community is that Dietz Towing will always charge a fair rate for our services.  We will never knowingly overcharge our customers regardless of the circumstances.

We are contracted with a number of local police departments and the California Highway Patrol and must abide by the rates they set and made public in plain sight at our facility.  We value our relationships with these organizations and would not engage in any business practices that would jeopardize these relationships.

Here’s a link to the CHP’s Towing Service Agreement that we are bound by:
https://www.chp.ca.gov/ResearchAndPlanningSectionSite/Documents/15_16TSA.pdf

Dietz Towing is a family owned business and does make a fair profit by offering professional towing services and various roadside assistance services.  We thank you and our community for the continued support over the years.

If you ever need our service, please call (909) 986-2703 or visit http://dietztowingontario.com.

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Ontario Towing Service Agreement Awarded To Dietz Towing

Ontario Towing Service Agreements Awarded for 2015

The results are in for the bidding on the Ontario Towing Service Agreement and we’ve secured another 5 year contract with the City of Ontario to provide towing services.  We are very honored that the City recognized our continued service and support.

The process for bidding on the contract was much more formal this time around.  We had to submit a very detail proposal and it took a couple of months for the City to work through the submissions before making their final recommendations to the City Council.

We attended the City Council meeting for the final vote.  All the competitors were there to see the results first hand.  The Council voted unanimously to accept the recommendations.

You can read the press release that went out on July 4th by clicking HERE.

The minutes from the City Council meeting can be found HERE.