Miller Industries and Jerr-Dan commercial rollback tow trucks from various chassis models. Rollback trucks, also known as carrier trucks, are available for sale through the companies’ U.S. and international distribution networks.
Miller Industries, headquartered in Ooltewah, Tennessee, manufactures rollback trucks under the names Century, Vulcan and Chevron at its Champion Carrier factory in Hermitage, Pennsylvania. The trucks are available with several chassis models including Ford, Freightliner, Peterbilt and GMC. Decks range from the 17.5-foot aluminum to a 30-foot steel model. The Century Right Approach model has a 5-foot folding deck, which allows it to easily load and unload vehicles with ground effects. In 2008, Champion introduced a low deck height and low center of gravity rollback truck.
Jerr-Dan, owned by the Oshkosh Corporation, manufactures commercial trucks in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania. The company makes standard-, medium- and heavy-duty carriers including multi-car carriers. Jerr-Dan’s standard-duty carrier offers the option of a Ford F550 or Dodge 5500 chassis, which require no modifications. Medium-duty, 7.5-ton carriers are available with an all-aluminum, all-steel or a steel/Keruing tropical hardwood deck. Industrial, heavy-duty carriers come in 10-ton or 15-ton payload capacity.
In addition to their North American distribution, Miller Industries and Jerr-Dan rollback trucks are available in over 20 other countries, including Russia, Australia, Saudi Arabia, France and Chile.