Nordic Countries - How do you find a towing company in Gothenburg, Sweden?
Jan 18, 12, 4:09 pm
I don't know Swedish. I don't know the Swedish word used for towing so I can't even look online (knowing that some businesses don't have much of an online presence).
I don't need a tow now but I will need one soon.
Can anyone point me to a towing company?
Can anyone point me to a towing company online?
What word should I google?
Jan 19, 12, 2:20 am
towing = bärgning
tow truck = bärgningsbil
Jan 19, 12, 5:21 am
Viking, who are probably the biggest in Norway are also in Sweden
Jan 19, 12, 9:24 am
I'm guessing Assistancekåren has the largest nationwide network, they also do both emergency towing and planned transports (as I believe the OP is looking for). But I have absolutely no idea what their rates are in comparison to small, local towing companies.
BTW, short-distance towing of one car by another car (maximum 30km/h) is "bogsering" in Swedish.
Feb 10, 12, 2:59 pm
The Eniro yellow pages will give you a fairly good overview:
BTW, never heard about Viking before, probably bigger in Norway than here. ;)
Feb 11, 12, 1:25 pm
Quite agree, Assitancekåren and Falck are the business to call...