A typical show will consist of a driver securing a tow, and the owner of the vehicle taking umbrage with the driver.A confrontation frequently escalates at the tow scene or at the impound yard.The Tremont team may be a family, but the dollar reigns supreme, making for hilarious confrontations and unpredictable situations. In this week’s episode, while Christie attends a towing convention in Baltimore, Bernice struggles to maintain order at Tremont.As part of an ongoing story line, there is considerable rivalry between Tremont Towing and The Finest Towing, another towing service in South Beach.Rivalry has become violent, and a recent episode featured The Finest Towing's drivers sabotaging Tremont's fleet of tow trucks.The driver, one of the rotating members listed above, interjects commentary about the situation at hand to a camera.Back at the yard, Christie the dispatcher also must juggle angry customers, drivers and dispatch calls.
Meanwhile Bernice crashes a music video set, and Kosgrove's drunken antics force Eddie into a muddy mix-up.South Beach Tow is yet another foray into the reality towing show phenomenon.Following closely on the heels of its other popular towing programs Operation Repo and Lizard Lick Towing, South Beach Tow shifts from the repossession genre and focuses more on the towing of illegally parked vehicles in the South Beach area of Miami.The show consists of Robert Ashenoff Sr., the owner of the business; his son Robert Ashenoff Jr., chief driver; Christie Ashenoff, daughter and dispatcher, and normally the inclusion of three other employees: Bernice, Eddie and Jerome.Each show's episode follows a similar plot line of at least two drivers and interaction with the family.South Beach Tow takes you inside the action-packed world of Tremont Towing, a family business set in beautiful South Beach, Miami.With 8 million people coming to party every year, the city is swamped with cars and crazy drivers and there aren’t even close to enough parking spaces for all of them. Robbie and Perez struggle for control of Tremont, with their fate in Christie's hands.Jerome's in store for a big surprise after long day's work, and Bernice takes an unsuspecting bus tour group on a trip through the hood.She, too, interjects commentary about the situation via cutaways. clash on several episodes because of differences and Robert Jr.'s apparent inability to follow directions or perform his job correctly.In addition to the friction of having a car towed, there is frequently friction between the Ashenoff family. A cliffhanger season finale had Christie leaving Tremont towing with a recently hired driver, Perez, and going to work with him and his new towing business.