Light Duty Wrecker / Tow Service Near You


Valley View Towing in Caldwell offers 24/7 emergency auto towing service to any location. With 20 years of experience, we provide fast, safe, and damage-free towing with friendly, professional drivers.  We have a fleet of well-maintained heavy-duty tow trucks ready to travel to Caldwell, Nampa, Boise, and all throughout Idaho. We know that your vehicle is important to you and we want to provide you with the quality auto towing service you deserve. Safety and customer service are always our top priority.

At Valley View Towing in Caldwell, Idaho we offer lockout assistance, fuel delivery service, flat tires, jump starts, mechanic service, wreck recovery, and more. Our goal is to provide full service towing with little to no wait time. To expedite the process we bill directly to your insurance company. No claims process, no wait time. Call us for a tow and we’ll do the rest! We are a AAA business. Due to our excellent service, we are a member of the Better Business Bureau where we have an A+ Rating.

Here are some tips to help keep you safe while you wait:

  1. Park somewhere safe. If it is safe and possible to move your car, pull off onto the shoulder as far as possible, and avoid parking on hills, blind corners or other places where it may be difficult for other drivers to see you. Turn on your hazard lights. Only call the tow truck dispatcher once you have safely pulled over or come to a complete stop.
  2. Watch out for traffic. If you are stranded on a busy highway, it is safest to stay in your vehicle with your seat belt fastened until the tow truck arrives. Only exit the vehicle to place safety cones or flares behind your vehicle to warn traffic if you are absolutely certain that it is safe to do so.
  3. Gather any personal belongings that you have in the car, including insurance papers, that you will need after your car is towed (particularly if it will need repairs).
  4. Stay in your car. Unless you happen to be stranded in the parking lot of a coffee shop, inside your car is generally the safest location to wait. Your car will keep you relatively well protected from both the weather and passing vehicles.
  5. In the winter, keep the windows and doors of the vehicle closed to keep in the warmth as much as possible. Always travel with an emergency kit that includes warm clothes, blankets, hand warmers and food and water. Remember that during a bad winter storm, you may have to wait a long time before the towing company arrives.
  6. Remain aware of your surroundings. While you wait, keep an eye out for dangers, particularly those caused by passing vehicles. Also be wary of accepting a ride from a passing driver.