Grant the emergency vehicle the right of way.
While remaining cognizant of your own and others safety, if possible make sure that there is a path for the emergency vehicle to proceed.
Slow down, assess the situation and give the emergency vehicle plenty of room.
Turn on your flashers to help the emergency vehicle. If the emergency vehicle is moving and has a siren running, pull over to the side of the road.
I doubt that would be considered one in any state
Law Enforcement Wrecker/Tow Truck Fire/rescue
An emergency vehicle is any vehicle that is authorized to respond to an emergency. Most emergency response vehicles are easy to see and hear because they are fitted with visual and audible warning devices.
If the gross vehicle weight rating of the wrecker is more than 26,000 lbs, yes.
Depends on what the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the wrecker is. If it's over 26,000 lbs, then yes. If it will be over 26,000 lbs. with a vehicle in tow, some states will require you to have one.
An emergency vehicle has the right of way. There may be different kinds of emergency vehicles, but the U.S. mail vehicle is in no way an emergency vehicle...
If it's a vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of over 26,000 lbs., then yes, you do.
Depends on the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the vehicle. 26,000 lbs. or less, it doesn't require a CDL. 26,001 lbs. or higher requires a Class B CDL. If you're running a Class C wrecker (Class C is a heavy wrecker... wrecker classification and driver license classification are two separate things), then you'd need a Class A CDL.
CONTACT AN CLAIMS AGENT FROM LOCAL INSURANCE COMPANIES, THEY WILL TELL YOU WHICH WRECKER NOW HOLDS TITLE OF THE SALVAGE VEHICLE(S). THEN YOU CAN CALL THE WRECKER DIRECTLY
Vehicle goes to impound yard via wrecker service. You have to pay to get it out the next day.