Meanwhile, Kosgrove goes on a disastrous coffee date, and Robbie’s illicit repo scheme threatens to unravel.
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.
The Tremont team may be a family, but the dollar reigns supreme, making for hilarious confrontations and unpredictable situations.
Robbie and Perez struggle for control of Tremont, with their fate in Christie's hands.
Each show's episode follows a similar plot line of at least two drivers and interaction with the family.A former "star" of Tru TV's South Beach Tow is outing the show as scripted and fake. Here we were, astonished at all the thrilling feats Bernice, the show's featured driver, has been through.In fact, we're still not sure we believe these claims.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 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.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. That’s in addition to working at Tremont Towing, the company on South Beach Tow, which hasn’t aired a new episode since its fourth season concluded in late 2014.The series was one of the centerpieces of the old tru TV, which was more fake than true, as the show featured heavily staged and/or re-eneacted versions of allegedly real events.