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Titan Towing – Arlington

Titan Towing is the premier towing and roadside service company in Arlington, TX. At Titan Towing, our top priorities are customer satisfaction, quality, and affordability. We provide a range of services for commercial and non-commercial customers, including towling, abandoned vehicle removal, roadside assistance, winch out service, lock out service, fuel assistance, and jump starts. Whether you are an individual who needs your car towed after an accident or a dealership or auto body shop who needs vehicles picked up and delivered, we can customize a towing solution for your needs. 

Commercial Towing

Titan Towing was founded on our work with local auto dealerships and body shops, and this continues to be a cornerstone of our business. Any towing company can tow vehicles, but not everyone has the professionalism and discipline to work with other businesses. We respect your business as much as we do our own, and that is reflected on our dedication to honoring your time and budget. Our commercial towing solutions include:

  • Towing of customer vehicles to and from your location
  • Non-consent towing (licensed in the City of Arlington)
  • Abandoned vehicle removal
  • Winch-outs

Towing for Individuals and Roadside Assistance

We are also proud to serve our community with our towing and roadside assistance services. At some point, everyone needs a towing company. Whether you have been in an accident or are just having car trouble, we’re just a phone call away. We can assist you by towing your vehicle to your home or your preferred repair shop after an accident. We can also tow your vehicle to a repair shop if you are at your home. We can also help if you have run out of gas, need a jump, or have been locked out. Often, your insurance company will offer to arrange your towing or ask if you have a preferred vendor. Always remember Titan Towing when you need the following services:

  • Towing to a repair shop from your home or an accident
  • Lock-out Assistance
  • Fuel Assistance
  • Jump start

About Arlington, TX

Arlington, TX is a city located between Dallas and Fort Worth, TX. It is the second-largest city in Tarrant County, after Fort Worth. It is well known locally and nationally for its entertainment venues. It is home to AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys football team, and Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers. The original Six Flags theme park, Six Flags Over Texas is also located in Arlington, along with its sister park, Hurricane Harbor. 

There are records of European settlements in the Arlington area as far back as 1840, but the first official settlement that led to what we know as Arlington today started in 1841, when a trading post was established at Marrow Bone Spring after a battle between Texas General Edward H. Tarrant and the Native Americans of the Village Creek Settlement. The rich soil of the area attracted farmers and they established many agricultural businesses. The arrival of the Texas and Pacific Railway led to the official founding of Arlington in 1876. It was named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee’s Arlington House in Arlington County. VA.

Arlington’s current fame as an entertainment city is nothing new. Way back in the 1920’s and 1930’s, it became a hub for speakeasies, gambling, and later, the first legal gambling venue in the state, a horse racing track called Arlington Downs. The gambling license didn’t last long, however, and the venue became a location for rodeos and other events.

After World War II, the city settled down into more of a family-centric suburb. It remains so today alongside a more modern and moral entertainment scene. The population is currently around 400,000 residents. However, we get more visitors from neighboring cities and across the country all the time. We are a bustling city with lots of people having fun, which can lead to increased traffic, accidents, and the need for a good towing company. That’s why we started Titan Towing right here in our hometown in 2009.

Titan Towing Has Your Back

When you or your business are in need of a tow, you need a company that you can depend on. Nothing is worse than spending hours on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck company or roadside assistance. When you work with Titan Towing, we can help you check this off your to-do list and move on with your day. Give us a call today to learn more about how we can help you!

Zip codes we serve in Arlington, Texas include:  76001, 76002, 76003, 76004, 76005, 76006, 76007, 76011, 76012, 76013, 76014, 76015, 76016, 76017, 76018, 76019, 76094, and 76096.



(817) 804-0334
Fort Worth
817) 478-7201


Main Office:
326 N Bowen Rd #6
Arlington, Texas 76012

Impound Lot:
5213 Kaltenbrun Road
Fort Worth, Texas 76119

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