Safety and Professionalism.

The Jennings Family, as well as the Emerald Transportation team, strive for a reputation that prides itself on safety and professionalism. This is why, for over 40 years, they have been THE choice for towing and recovery.

With a fleet of over 40 strong, Emerald is also one of the largest towing companies in the state of Florida. Coupled with its size and 50 years experience, Emerald Towing is known for its longevity as well as its cutting-edge approach to towing.



Longevity and cutting-edge approach.

Today, Emerald Transportation is the standard in South Florida for vehicle recovery and heavy duty towing. With a fleet of over 40 strong, Emerald is also one of the largest towing companies in the state of Florida. Coupled with its size and 50 years experience, Emerald Towing is known for its longevity as well as its cutting-edge approach to towing.

Training & Certification

At Emerald Transportation, we take training and certification very seriously. All of our drivers are encouraged to expand their knowledge of the towing industry and trade through online classes, state certified programs and nationally recognized towing courses. Below are just a few of the many certifications our associates hold.

TRAA Level 1 Light and Medium Duty Tow Truck Driver Certification – Miller Industries Rotators School for Heavy Duty Rotator Training
NATA Light and Medium Duty Wrecker Operators Certification
Advanced Recovery Techniques, Thomas Luciano Programs for Ultra-Heavy Duty Recovery
I-95 Corridor Coalition Incident Management Training
Florida Turnpike STARR Towing Program Wrecker Operator Safety and Operations
National Safety Council HAZWOPER Certification
National Safety Council MOT(Movement of traffic) Certifications
Safety Systems Emergency Response Schools Tank Truck Recovery
Safety Systems Emergency Response Schools Hazmat Command
Professional Wrecker Operators of Florida Ultra-Heavy Duty Training Program

Our Partners


The Broward League of Cities is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and resolving issues facing Broward County’s 31 cities and municipalities at the local, county and state level.

The organization’s dedicated committees conduct research and suggest policies for current topics affecting residents including education, housing, economic concerns and municipal services, such as 2010 Census Preparation Committee, Education Committee, Legislative/Advocacy Committee, Sustainability Committee, Economic, Issues Committee, Leadership Development Committee, Political Endorsement Committee, Finance/Audit Committee, etc.


Chartered in 1969 as a nonprofit corporation, the purpose of the Palm Beach County League of Cities, Inc., is to promote and advance the collective interests of the municipalities of Palm Beach County, Florida; to study municipal issues and seek desired results through cooperative effort; to respect the principles of Home Rule; to encourage and enhance the quality of life of the citizens of Palm Beach County; and/or to engage in any other lawful purpose not for pecuniary profit.


The Professional Wrecker Operators of Florida (PWOF) is centrally located in Orlando, Florida, incorporated in 1977 and was operated since that time as an association of Towing business people seeking to constantly upgrade the conditions, profitability and the image of the towing industry. PWOF’s Executive Director and full-time lobbyist work from this level through the halls of our state capitol with legislators for the betterment of the industry.


TRAA is a 501 (c)(6) nonprofit membership national towing association, governed by a representative board of directors whose officers are elected from the membership.

Founded in 1979 in Kansas City, Missouri and headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, TRAA is the umbrella trade group and national voice of the towing and recovery industry, which is estimated to include more than 35,000 towing businesses in the United States. TRAA’s membership includes professionals from the United States, Canada, England, Australia, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and Japan.


The FTA is the dynamic advocate and resource for Florida’s trucking and transportation industry. It serves and represents the interests of the towing industry, while promoting highway and driver safety, and a healthy business environment.


The National Safety Council saves lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the roads through leadership, research, education and advocacy. Transportation safety has been critical areas of focus to the council since its inception in 1913.

To achieve its safety goals, the National Safety Council partners with businesses, elected officials and the public to make an impact in areas such as distracted driving, teen driving, workplace safety, and safety in the home and community.


CVSA is an international not-for-profit organization comprised of local, state, provincial, territorial and federal motor carrier safety officials and industry representatives.

Their mission is to promote commercial motor vehicle safety and security by providing leadership to enforcement, industry and policymakers. CVSA member jurisdictions are represented by various Departments of Transportation, Public Utility and Service Commissions, State Police, Highway Patrols and Ministries of Transport.


BBB ensures that high standards for trust are set and maintained. They exist so consumers and businesses alike have an unbiased source to guide them on matters of trust. The BBB provides educational information and expert advice that is free of charge and easily accessible.

BBB Accreditation is an honor and not every company is eligible. Businesses that meet our high standards are invited to join BBB. Businesses meeting BBB standards are presented to local Boards of Directors (or designees) for review and acceptance as a BBB Accredited Business.


TIM is one of several current FDOT District Four Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) programs designed to assist the TMC and enhance incident management activities throughout the District. The TIM protocol brings together various agencies responsible for responding to incidents. They address issues that arise from the diverse institutional functions and individual goals of each agency. The multi-agency TIM partners meet bimonthly in Broward County, Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast (Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River Counties) to provide, discuss and improve operational services related to incident management.


An innovative experiment combining the best of both the government and business worlds, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise utilizes the best practices of the private sector while operating in the public interest. Operating as a separate business unit of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida’s Turnpike has expanded and increased revenue, while continuing to protect bondholders and improve customer service across the board. The results have been improved efficiency, cost-effectiveness and timely project delivery.


towPartners has established itself as the only buying club open to all companies in the towing industry. The towPartners program is designed to bring better pricing on services and products that towing and road service companies’ use every day. These Supplier Partners offer members generous discounts on purchases.