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D.

having a manufacturer's combined rating of at least 10 ton capacity mounted on the chassis.

3.

Class “C” Wrecker - (To be used for the removal of heavy duty trucks, house trailers, buses, etc., weighing over 20,000 pounds GVW.) It shall consist of a truck chassis with a manufacturer's rated capacity of at least 30,000 pounds GVW and 50,000 pounds GVW for tandem axle trucks with a boom and twin winches having a manufacturer's combined rating of at least 25 ton capacity mounted on the chassis.

4.

Roll-Back/Slide-Back Carrier - (To be used for the removal of passenger cars, light trucks, small trailers, burned vehicles, boats and other cargo without causing further damage.)) It shall consist of a flatbed-type body, which hydraulically slides back on the frame until it reaches ground level to facilitate loading by use of a winch, which is used to pull or slide the vehicle on the transporter. It shall consist of a truck chassis with a manufacturer's rated capacity of at least 10,000 pounds GVW, with a minimum of a 16- foot bed, dual rear wheels and a winch with at least 8,000 pound capacity. This is not a separate class of wrecker.

MAXIMUM OPERATORS

RATES

CHARGED

BY

ROTATION

WRECKER

Except where towing and storage rates are established by a county or municipal commission, rates will be set by the Division and shall consist of the following rate schedule. Separate rates may be established for each tow truck classification.

a.

Base Rate - The basic charge for responding to a call within a 10-mile radius from the wrecker operator's place of business. It includes attaching to the disabled vehicle and towing it to a place of storage. It also includes no more than a 30-minute wait at the crash scene before commencing actual retrieval.

b.

Hourly Rate - The per-hour charge for use of a wrecker in retrieving submerged vehicles, uprighting overturned vehicles, retrieval from ditches or the attachment of dollies. It does not include travel time or the first 30 minutes of

1.

c.

working or waiting on the scene. separate charge for winching

There

shall

be

no

Mileage - The rate charged per mile for travel or towing outside of the 10-mile radius from the wrecker operator's place of business.

d.

Daily Outside Storage Rate outside storage based on a

at

12:01

a.m.

The

initial

  • -

    The daily rate for a vehicle in

24-hour day, each day starting six hours of storage shall be

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