How Do You Buy a Tow Truck in GTA V?

If you’re a fan of the Grand Theft Auto franchise, then you no doubt are familiar with the franchise’s famous tow truck. It’s one of the most iconic vehicles in the game and can be incredibly useful for completing certain missions and objectives. But if you want to get your hands on your very own tow truck, you’ll need to know how to buy one in GTA V.

The first thing you should know is that there are two types of tow trucks available in GTA V: the regular one and the customized one. The regular version can be purchased from the dealership for a price of $20,000, but it won’t have any special modifications or upgrades. The customized version, however, will cost more and comes with a variety of customization options such as paint jobs, custom parts, and more.

Once you’ve decided which type of tow truck you want to buy, it’s time to find a dealership where you can purchase it. You can find dealerships in various locations around Los Santos, including Sandy Shores and Paleto Bay.

When you arrive at the dealership, simply enter the showroom and select the vehicle you want to purchase.

Once you’ve purchased your tow truck, it’s time to customize it. You’ll find plenty of customization options at Los Santos Customs – from paint jobs to custom wheels – so take your time and make sure your tow truck looks exactly how you want it before driving off with it.

Finally, if you’re looking for some extra muscle power for your new tow truck, consider purchasing an additional add-on such as an upgraded engine or a winch. Both will give your vehicle an extra edge when it comes to tackling tough tasks or missions.


Buying a tow truck in GTA V is relatively simple once you know what type of vehicle you’re looking for and where to find them. The regular version can be purchased from a dealership for $20k while the customized version will cost more but comes with a variety of customization options. After purchasing your vehicle from a dealership head over to Los Santos Customs for some extra modifications before hitting the streets with your new ride!

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Susan Delgado