Welcome to MackTow

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Car or truck broken down? No Problem! Urgent machinery job? Can do! Bogged on site? No worries! Bulk Transport? Give us a call!!

With over 50 years of operation within the industry, MackTow P/L has been at the forefront offering a reliable and consistant service within Melbourne and Australiawide. Proudly Australian owned for over 3 generations, we continue to improve our services to ensure we can stay at the top of the list when it comes to customer satisfaction.        

Based in Huntingdale with a depot also in Pakenham, we are available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week all year round no matter where you are.                                

MackTow has an extensive fleet of 4 to 12 tonne tilt trays and wheel-lifts fully equipped with the latest in technology and towing equipment including GPS tracking systems enabling us to give you precise and accurate timing for all your towing needs.  

As a part of our ongoing commitment to provide the most efficient and reliable service, we have added a number of 2 and 3 car carriers (incorporating Capital Car Freighters) to our expanding fleet enabling us to service clients requiring quick, clean and competitive bulk transport. 

For free quote and any further enquiries on what services we can provide for you, contact out 24 hour call centre on (03) 9544-9000 OR 1800 800 965. 

Capital Car Freighters

Whether it around the corner or across the state, have a look how Capital Car Freighters can service all your car transporting needs, or contact us by phone or email via our online contact form.

Operating Hours

Operating HoursWe are available 24/7

Vehicle Inspections & Pickups:-

Monday-Friday:  8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Excluding Public Holidays

Service Areas

Service AreasMacktow services areas all across Victoria. Learn more about our services.


ServiceWe pride ourselves on the range of Services we provide. Anywhere. Anytime.

  • 4-12 Tonne Tilt Trays
  • 2,3 & 4 Car Carriers
  • Towing & Roadside Assistance
  • Prestige Towing Service