How Do You Get a Tow Truck in GTA Story Mode?

Grand Theft Auto Story Mode (GTA) is an open-world action-adventure game that allows players to live out the life of a criminal. While GTA Story Mode does not feature any traditional tow trucks, it does offer a variety of creative ways to get a car from point A to point B.

Players can steal cars from any NPC in the game, or purchase one from various locations around the map. This includes special vehicles such as sports cars, helicopters, and tanks. Players can also call Lester Crest or Lamar Davis to have them deliver a specific vehicle to their location.

If players need to transport multiple cars at once, they can purchase a tow truck from Pegasus in GTA Online. The tow truck can be used for multiple purposes, including hauling other vehicles and equipment. It is important to note that this feature is only available in GTA Online and not in Story Mode.

If players want a more creative way of transporting cars without resorting to theft or buying expensive vehicles, they can make use of the new Ramp Buggy featured in GTA V’s Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 update. The Ramp Buggy allows players to attach small vehicles such as motorcycles and ATVs onto its flatbed for easy transportation across long distances.

No matter what method you choose for transporting vehicles in GTA Story Mode, it is important that you follow all laws and regulations while driving on public roads. Doing so will help ensure that your characters remain safe and out of trouble with the authorities.


Getting a tow truck in GTA Story Mode is not possible due to its absence from the game; however, there are still plenty of creative methods you can use for car transportation such as stealing vehicles or purchasing special ones like helicopters and tanks, calling Lester Crest or Lamar Davis for delivery services, purchasing a tow truck from Pegasus (in GTA Online), and making use of the Ramp Buggy featured in Ill-Gotten Gains Part 2 update. Whatever method you choose, make sure you follow all laws and regulations while driving on public roads!

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Karen Watkins