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Customer Safety is Our Top Priority 

During this pandemic there is a lot of worry and confusion that goes on everyday. We are doing what we can to make your car emergencies and faults as normal and flawless as possible. We are taking every step noted by the CDC to make sure our customers and our employees are as safe and healthy as possible. We will still provide 24 hour towing and emergency roadside assistance until we are told otherwise.  We ask if you are sick in anyway, shape or form please notify dispatch immediately when placing a service call. Also we have asked for no riders in our tow trucks if all possible. With heavy cleaning and social distancing we can bypass this illness and go back to somewhat normal.  We are cleaning and disinfecting trucks after every call, limiting customer contact as well as getting inside vehicles if possible. We have online billing available. We apologize for this inconvenience this may cause. thank you and stay healthy. This is America and we will overcome this disease by following the guidelines and respecting one another.  

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus.

The disease causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as a cough, fever, and in more severe cases, difficulty breathing. You can protect yourself by washing your hands frequently, avoiding touching your face, and avoiding close contact (2 meters or 6 feet) with people who are unwell.

Key Points

• This virus can spread from person-to-person. It can cause severe disease and death.

• Community-wide transmission of the COVID-19 virus is occurring in Cumberland and York counties. 

• Effective at least through April 30, 2020, all Maine residents are required to stay at home under the Stay Healthy at Home Order.

• Currently, the greatest risk for COVID-19 is still travel to an area with ongoing community transmission and/or close contact with a confirmed case.

• Contact with individuals of Chinese/Asian descent and Chinese food/restaurants are not risk factors for COVID19.


Coronavirus disease spreads primarily through contact with an infected person when they cough or sneeze. It also spreads when a person touches a surface or object that has the virus on it, then touches their eyes, nose, or mouth.

Situation in Maine

What is the Maine Stay Health at Home order? 

• Effective April 2 until April 30, 2020, all people living in Maine are required to stay at home at all times unless for an essential job or an essential personal reason.

o Essential personal reasons include:

 Obtaining necessary supplies for household consumption or use, such as groceries, and supplies

and equipment needed to work from home, laundry, and products needed to maintain safety,

sanitation, and essential maintenance of the home or residence.

 Obtaining medication or medical supplies and seeking medical or behavioral health or

emergency services.

 Providing care, including transportation, of oneself, a family member, friend, pet or livestock in

another household or location for essential health and safety activities and to obtain necessary

supplies and services.

 Traveling to and from an educational institution for purposes of receiving meals or instructional materials for distance learning.

 Engaging in outdoor exercise activities, such as walking, hiking, running, or biking, but, only with fewer than 10 people and using social distancing guidance.

 Travel required by a law enforcement officer or court order.

 Traveling to and from a federal, State, or local government building for a necessary purpose.

o When out of the home or when at work at an essential business, individuals shall maintain a minimum distance of six feet from other people.

• The use of public transportation is prohibited unless for an essential reason or job that cannot be done from home.

• The number of people traveling in private vehicles is limited to people within the immediate household unless transporting for essential activities.

• This order is enforced by law enforcement and violations will be subject to up to six months in jail and a $1000 fine.

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