About Van’s Towing & Transport
Van’s Towing & Transport specializes in towing, transport, and roadside assistance services in the Roseville, Macomb, and Detroit metro areas.
We pride ourselves in keeping up with current towing trends and we offer advanced training to all of our tow truck operators, including Wreckmaster certification.
With a wealth of skills and knowledge, our tow truck operators have experience with light, medium, and heavy duty towing, motorcycle towing, classic car touchless transport, and roadside assistance services. We also offer local or long distance auto transport.
Our Customer Reviews
Check out some of our most recent reviews!
I'm a letter carrier out of Roseville Post Office. Pete came out today to change my flat on my mailtruck. He was very professional, great attitude and he got me going again very quickly! Thank you for having great guys working for your company!!
Recommended by my mechanic. Top notch experience from dispatch to driver. Professional, friendly, quick and easy!!!
Devon helped with a baby lockout. He was there within minutes. He was so nice and professional. Best experience with a towing company ever!!!!
Great service. Had proper equipment to haul a classic sports car
Vans is a great towing service way better than AAA and the driver Pete 👌 outstanding
Quick, friendly, easy. Thanks!
Serving the Greater Detroit Area
Van’s Towing proudly serves Macomb County, including Roseville, Fraser, St. Clair Shores, Warren, Eastpointe, Clinton Township, Mt. Clemens, Sterling Heights, Harrison Township, Macomb, Utica, New Baltimore, and surrounding areas!
Help Protect Emergency Responders
Move Over laws are in place in all 50 states, and require drivers to give one lane of space to any stopped emergency vehicle in addition to reducing their speed.
Each year, hundreds of emergency responders are injured or killed while working on our roads and highways. By raising awareness of Move Over laws, we can help save lives and protect those who help us when we find ourselves stuck on the road.
Please remember to always Slow Down and Move Over for stopped emergency vehicles!