MotoLimo

MotoLimo

MotoLimoI’ve been keeping quiet a handy service in Toronto called MotoLimo.

Motorcycle Towing Toronto is YouMotorcycle’s own motorcycle towing biz, but we aren’t the only guys in Toronto that offer motorcycle towing. Moto Limo has a fleet of trucks always hovering around in the Greater Toronto Area, designed specifically and uniquely for motorcycle transportation.

If you need motorcycle towing, call up YouMotorcycle’s Motorcycle Towing Toronto at 647-547-4105, but if we can’t help you, read ahead:

At last count, MotoLimo has 6 trucks in their fleet. Some are equipped with covered trailers, so that whether you’re getting carried in from the side of the road, or being hauled in for some mid-winter maintenance, your bike arrives as clean and as dry as when it left.

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I first used MotoLimo in December of 2010 when bringing my old Harley-Davidson Sportster home. Prior to getting my own motorcycle trailer and offering motorcycle towing for Toronto motorcyclists, I called on MotoLimo two more times since then and always been happy. 

Once, Rod himself, MotoLimo’s owner, ran late due to him getting a flat tire. As a result my motorcycle received a parking ticket. Rob was a class act and paid the parking ticket for me.

CAA Plus memberships can cover most of the cost of transportation. While I charge only $50 for towing, much less than Rob does, this is one advantage he has. CAA will generally refund 80-100% of the cost to all CAA Plus members.

The basic structure for non-members is a base charge plus a per-kilometer charge. I recommend if you’re in the city, save yourself some money and contact me (or Rob) and get your bike towed to the guys at Studio Cycle Group at Keele and Dundas (2923 Dundas St. W.) in Toronto.

Get your motorcycle towed anywhere within the Toronto core for only $50 from Motorcycle Towing Toronto. Click here or contact us for details.

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2 comments

  1. I WILL say one thing: Rob’s staff are a little cuter than you! (No offence, Adrian! :-)

    Cute?….. Cheap?…….. Cute?……. Cheap?

    Hmmmm. Decisions decisions!!

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