Idaho – Towing & Recovery

Did you know that Idaho had the first Jewish governor? It’s actually the state of U.S where people eat fewer potatoes even though it grows one-third of America’s potatoes! It was in Idaho where Ernest Hemingway wrote the famous novel For Whom The Bell Tolls back in 1946.

The state is also called The Gem State because it produces 72 types of different precious stones and it was the place where the largest diamond to date was discovered!

This enigmatic state has plenty of interesting and beautiful destinations for visitors. Starting with The Sawtooth National Forest which is located in the central Idaho. This wonderful park offers many miles of hiking and horse riding along with a bunch of trails for skiing. You’ll find hundreds of lakes in this forest.

One of the most interesting destinations someone can visit when coming to Idaho is surely the Shoshone Indian Ice Caves, a large lava ice cave with a museum where tourists can learn more about gems, Indian artifacts, Indian history, and minerals.

For a greener visit full of fresh air you can go to the Idaho Botanical Garden, there’s a museum that holds a diverse botanical collection and they also organize a lot of cultural events. Here you’ll be able to see some domestic Idaho plants that you’ll probably won’t see anywhere else.

If you like activities such as boating, sailing, and fishing you must visit Lake Coeur d’Alene, a historical lake where steamboat traffic hit its peak times during the 1880s because of the need of moving supplies to the mines. This beautiful lake is surrounded by mountains and forests and it will serve as an incredibly peaceful attraction for you.

In case your love and curiosity for mysterious places weren’t satisfied by the Shoshone caves, you can visit the Old Idaho Penitentiary, a historic prison which became a museum. You’ll be able to tour the facilities and see the jail sails which have been empty since the 70’s. Rumors say it is haunted!

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Traveling Knowing You Have Help With Tow Truck Coverage

Idaho is a big state (83,557 square miles) and driving all around it in order to visit all the attractions and touristic destinations it has to offer is one of the main reasons why people must take care while driving. During your trip, you don’t need to worry about anything bad happening, but in case you need a tow you can call Tow Truck Near Me and we’ll be there in less than what it takes to say “Idaho”

If you came to visit the state riding your motorcycle and for some reason, it’s not starting anymore you don’t need to worry either, we’ll be there to assist you and if it doesn’t start we’ll take it to the best workshop around. We know how important your vehicles are for you so leave them in the best hands!

And remember not to fish while sitting on the back of a camel of a giraffe. It’s illegal here!

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Cities We Offer Towing & Roadside Assistance in Idaho

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