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Get Hooked: With Hooked Up Towing and Recovery

Hooked Up Towing and Recovery is here to serve your towing and hauling needs! Opened in December 2019, Owner Cindy Huntington and Driver Jimmy Patterson are available 24/7 for whatever needs you may have. From cars to trucks to lawn maintenance equipment, even large appliances, there is virtually nothing they cannot tow. “We are on rotation with Georgia State Patrol and 911 dispatch with Carroll County and hope to be with the City of Carrollton dispatch soon,” said Huntington.

The team pride themselves on quick response times much quicker than customers could get from services like AAA where the wait can sometimes be hours on end. “If I’m not already on another site, I can usually get anywhere in Franklin or Carroll County in about 30 minutes,” said Patterson.

“We do in-town and out-of-state towing, and we can also offer soft towing which doesn’t involve chains. We also tow motorcycles,” Patterson continued. “I have even towed some exotic cars.”

Hooked Up’s rates are surprisingly cheap considering the multitude of services they offer. A $55 ‘hook up’ fee and $3.50 per mile driven will have you well on your way to any body shop or auto care center. They also have a lot where you can have your vehicle driven to and stored for $35 a day.

Hooked Up accepts cash and credit cards and can take your vehicle wherever you need, even if it needs to go out of state. “The furthest I’ve ever driven was to Arcanum, Ohio, where I had to haul a large baking oven somebody purchased,” said Patterson.

For a quick pick up, great rates and even better service, give Hooked Up a call if you have any towing or hauling needs! Jimmy can be reached at 678-673-7304. “Jimmy is the face of the business–he will be the one you see when you call us,” said Huntington.

“We just want to say thank you to our customers who have called us and to GSP and Carroll County dispatch who send us business and give us a chance to help people.”

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