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Call Now: 970-453-1388

Serving Summit County Colorado
Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, Silverthorne, Heeney, Kremmling
I-70, Hwy 9, Hwy 6, Vail Pass, Loveland Pass, Hoosier Pass

Safety Tips

1) Turn on your emergency flashers.

2) Move Vehicle to right hand side of road

Try to move your vehicle to the right-hand side of the road out of the direction of traffic. Stationing yourself on a divided highway's left side is extremely dangerous but sometimes unavoidable. Do not leave your vehicle stopped in a traffic lane.

3) Move the vehicle as far away from the traffic as you can.

Try to get far enough that you obtain the space to open your door without stepping out into traffic, while also being visible enough so that people can see you.

4) Be Prepared For Problem Situations.

Keep items in the vehicle such as flashlights, flares, blankets, and a first-aid kit. Mobile phones in the vehicle are also the most valuable safety tool during breakdown situations

5) Know where items are in the vehicle.

Item like: your jack, spare tire, and other tools and how they function

Ryan's Recovery

Serving I-70 from Georgetown to
Vail Pass and all of Summit County.
Our prices can't be beat!
Call us at 970-453-1388

Open 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a week
Payment Types Accepted:
we accept all major creditcards

  We provide Discount Towing
  We are contracted with most auto clubs and willing to work with all insurance companies
  We are Summit County Colorado's only AAA Preferred Provider

AAA Certified

Testimonials

Aaron R.

Ryan-

This email is way overdue, but I wanted you to know that Andy did a fantastic job towing me back to Denver almost two weekends ago. Andy is a super professional guy and we talked about his kids and compared our interests the whole way back. He calmed me down regarding our near-death experience too.

Just to give you the background, I had some work done on my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee by a certain Transmission Shop in Denver in the middle of the week prior to my "I-70 incident." They had to replace some bearings and seals and rebuild the front differential and replace the upper driveshaft because it was becoming clear that my 4-wheel drive was starting to fail (very uncomfortable noises once it's engaged). They also replaced my CV boots on the front axle since they were already up in there and my wallet was wide open.

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Colorado Service Areas

Highway Towing and Recovery:
I-70, Vail Pass, Eisenhower Tunnel, US 6 Loveland Pass, Hwy 9 Hoosier Pass

Town Towing and Recovery:
Summit County Colorado, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco, Keystone, Silverthorne, Beaver Creek, Vail, Georgetown, Silverplume

Contact Ryan's Recovery

Phone: (970) 453-1388
Email: ryan@ryansrecovery.net

198 Continental Ct.
Breckenridge, CO 80424