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JAMIE

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
Born and bred into the towing business, Jamie Davis is the owner of Jamie Davis Motor Truck & Auto, a company he started in Hope more than a decade ago. Whether clearing the highway during a rainstorm​ ​or crossing the Rocky Mountains on an epic long-haul, Jamie’s get ‘er done attitude is legendary. As a young man Jamie worked as a mechanic, and to this day tinkering with trucks is how Jamie likes to spend his down time. Though his passion for vintage Holmes wreckers is undeniable, Jamie still loves new toys and is considering a new wrecker for the first time in years. 

COLIN

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
When Colin McLean first came to work for Jamie Davis five years ago, he had to show he was skilled enough to run the flagship rotator and lead the team in Alberta. Now, Colin has won his place as Jamie’s reliable right-hand man, showing that he’s versatile enough to run just about any wrecker on the fleet. While Colin is still passionate about towing - and his beloved Peterbilt wrecker “HR-126” - changes to his personal life have him weighing his future in the business. 

CAM

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
After some setbacks last season running Jamie’s classic iron, Cam’s back and ready for a second winter of heavy rescue in the mountains. With Jamie and Colin out of town running long-hauls, Cam’s often left manning the Hope base - putting him in charge of some of the most challenging recoveries of the season.

SHERRY

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
Jamie and Sherry live together in Hope, B.C. with their 4 kids – Brandon, James Jr, Alexis and Brianna. Sherry Davis is both Jamie’s business partner and wife. This winter she gets a taste of adventure as she joins Jamie during a surprise snowstorm on the Coquihalla.

BRANDON

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
Now 24 years old, Jamie's step-son Brandon has worked for the family business since he was a teenager. Brandon continues to grow his skills, stepping up to help on big recoveries and proving himself to be one of the team. He’s also in charge of traffic control for JDMT, helping keep crews safe on scene. 

BRIAN R.

JAMIE DAVIS MOTOR TRUCK
Brian is Jamie’s well-tuned mechanic. As the oldest member of Jamie’s team, he brings decades of wisdom and experience. Brian knows how to fix up Jamie’s fleet of vintage Holmes wreckers and will get behind the wheel of one himself when he’s needed on a recovery. 

AL

QUIRING TOWING
They call Al “King of the Coq” -  a nickname earned by rescuing thousands of truckers and drivers on the Coquihalla with his 50-ton tridem wrecker - ‘The Green Goblin’. This season Al continues to expand his “kingdom” as ‘Team Green’ takes on several technically tough jobs in the Fraser Valley and mountain highways.

GORD B.

QUIRING TOWING
Gord Boyd has been doing heavy rescue for over two decades -  half of that as Al Quiring’s right-hand man. “Every day is a different day,'' he says, and it’s the reason he loves what he does. When he’s not out battling the mountain highways in his 50-ton tandem wrecker called “Plan B”, he’s out on his motorcycle touring BC’s beautiful backroads.

CARY

QUIRING TOWING
At 25 years old, Cary Quiring is following his father Al’s footsteps - learning the art of towing and recovery on one of Canada’s busiest highways, the Trans-Canada. Both handy and able to manage extreme pressure, Cary continues to grow into being a skilled operator. 

LUCAS

QUIRING TOWING
When he’s not being recruited to help his dad on a heavy duty recovery - Al’s youngest son Lucas can be found turning a wrench on heavy trucks. Working towards his ‘Red Seal’ mechanic certification, Lucas is following a slightly different path in the family business. But he’s never far from the Quiring yard - helping keep his father and grandfather’s (Bob) fleet up and running. 

KEN

MISSION TOWING
Operating tow trucks since he was 16 years old - Mission Towing boss Ken Duperon is still going strong at 64 years old. With his father Wally often at his side, Ken is considered a local legend. Despite being a competitor, Jamie calls Ken “one of the best in the business”. This winter, Ken finds himself in an unexpected scenario that could affect his ability to do what he loves most. 

DYLAN

MISSION TOWING
This winter, Ken is counting on his son-in-law Dylan Greenwood more than ever. Only  26 years old, Dylan has worked his way up the ladder quickly to operate the company's top heavy wrecker - ‘Truck 90’. Whether it’s an off-road recovery or on a busy highway, Dylan has proven he’s up for any challenge. 

STEVE

MISSION TOWING
Having grown up in BC’s Fraser Valley, Steve has made a name for himself at Mission Towing on backroad recoveries behind the wheel of a 1-ton or flat deck. This season, Steve’s given the keys to a heavy wrecker for the first time. 

​JASON

AGGRESSIVE TOWING
Jason Davis is Jamie’s younger brother and father to Jasmin and Tia who both work for the family business - Aggressive Towing. Out of their yard in Abbotsford they run a large fleet of powerful wreckers including their flagship 70-ton rotator. 

MERV

AGGRESSIVE TOWING
Chris Mervyn is Jason’s lead heavy driver. ‘Merv’ always has a smile on his face, but don’t let that fool you. When it comes to heavy rescue, his solid skills make him one of the best young operators around. This winter, Merv is called on to save the day on numerous occasions; lending his cool demeanor and 50-ton rotator to the tough recoveries. 

TIA

AGGRESSIVE TOWING
Tia helps out by swamping on wrecks and working in the office, but she may be best known for charity events like the Tow Truck Toy Run that she and sister Jasmin organize. The event brings together many of the area’s top heavy wrecker operators to collect toys for kids in the community.

JORDON

AGGRESSIVE TOWING
Jordon Cumiford is Merv’s swamper and skilled helper on most wrecks. As the long time boyfriend to Tia Davis he’s now part of the family business, but he comes from a ​tow family himself. His dad used to drive one of the biggest wreckers around, aptly named ‘King Kong’. 

SUKI

RELIABLE TOWING
As the head of Reliable Towing, Suki Manj runs a growing tow business that includes a large base in Merritt, B.C.. Yet, Suki’s more than just ‘the boss’ - he’s a ​boots on the ground
​ kind of guy, and a veteran police officer, familiar with the dangers of the highways.

JAMES L.

RELIABLE TOWING
James Luke and his 30-ton wrecker, ​affectionatel named “Black Sheep”, are first on scene for multiple big recoveries near Merritt this season. One of the company’s more experienced operators, James Luke knows both the highway and the backroad areas well, which helps when he ends up in the​ thick of it - time and time again.

MITCH

RELIABLE TOWING
Mitch’s wrecker ‘Thor’ once belonged to Jamie Davis. Now emblazoned with Reliable’s distinctive claw mark graphics, the 50-ton wrecker (formerly HR-116) and Mitch’s distinctive ‘pirate beard’ are hard to miss.  He’s also quick with a ​one-liner, but don't let that fool you. Mitch takes his job - and his role as Suki’s most trusted advisor - seriously. 

JIM

RELIABLE TOWING
Jim comes to Reliable Towing from a background as a snowplow driver on The Coq. He’s comfortable operating a variety of equipment, but often shows up in a heavy on some of Reliable’s biggest jobs.

ROOSTER

RELIABLE TOWING
Nicknamed “Rooster” for his mohawk hairstyle, James Merkley has spent many winter nights operating a 1-ton wrecker on the Coquihalla, but this season he’s working his way up into a larger wrecker. In his spare time, Rooster has earned some recognition as an up and coming country singer.

ADAM L.

RELIABLE TOWING
From high stakes road closures to trucks submerged in ice, Adam Lebeau is a talented young operator and swamper. He’s often outdoors - assisting James on recoveries near Merritt.