Office: 704-662-TOWS Fax: 704-663-1200

Towing Safety

                                          Emergency Contact Information:

Mooresville                    Troutman                      Statesville      
  Police: 704-664-3311             Police: 704-528-7610            Police:704-878-3460
  Fire: 704-664-1338                Fire: 704-528-4576                Fire: 704-878-3425
  Rescue: 704-663-3660           Rescue: 704-528-4576           EMS: 704-878-3027
  EMS: 704-664-7585              EMS: 704-528-4968

                           Iredell County Information:
Sheriffs Department: 704-878-3100
                           North Iredell Rescue Squad: 704-539-5328
                                 Iredell Rescue Squad: 704-872-8192

Poison Information:

Iredell County Hospital Information:

Davis Regional Medical Hospital
                                 218 Old Mocksville Rd, Statesville NC 704-873-0281

                                                     Iredell Memorial Hospital
557 Brookdale Dr, Statesville NC 704-873-5661

Lake Norman Regional Medical Center
171 Fairview Rd, Mooresville NC 704-660-4000

What do I do if I am in a emergency situation, such as as car wreck?

As a precautionary measure, keep first aid supplies and an emergency kit in your car. Flares, a bright orange vest, a cell phone, and a disposable camera are all helpful objects to have in case of an accident.

If you are in a moving vehicle when an accident occurs, immediately and safely pull over to the side of the road, turn off your car, and turn on your hazard lights. Check to see if anyone is hurt. If there is an injured person, do not move them until you take standard first aid measures. Place flares, cones, or triangles alongside the road a few hundred feet before the accident so traffic is aware that there is an accident ahead.

Call 911 and inform them of any injuries. If you are on a freeway and do not have access to a cell phone or telephone, check for a roadside phone that you can use.

If a Tow truck is needed then you can CALL Empire Towing Corp. or let your local law enforcement officer know you would like Empire Towing Corp. to come and retrieve your Vechicle, And you can rest assured that we will arrive Promptly!!!

What do I do if there are flashing lights on the side of the roadway?

The Move Over Law requires that when drivers see an accident scene or any emergency vehicles with their lights flashing on the side of the road, they are to move into the far lane, reduce their speed, and be prepared to stop. If there is only one lane of traffic, cars should further reduce their speed and be on the lookout for emergency workers and emergency vehicles.

If you violate the Move Over Law, you could face a $250 fine and $100 in court costs. More importantly you will endanger the lives of emergency responders.

                                                         Watch out for us and we will watch out for you!!!

Help us spread the word.

 Here’s a scary statistic:
If you text and drive, you’re 23 times more likely to have a car crash.

Texting while driving has become the number one driving distraction for many people. Drivers need to be aware of the dangers and keep their attention on the road, not on their cell phones or other mobile devices.

      Educate yourself. Take the pledge. Share the message. Don’t Text & Drive.







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