Highway Thru Hell Season 10 Episode 2 is going to be telecast on 13 September 2021. You can watch Highway Thru Hell on various platforms like Netflix.
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Highway Thru Hell is a Canadian documentary TV series that follows the operations of Jamie Davis Motor Truck & Auto Ltd. A heavy vehicle rescue and recovery towing company based in Hope, British Columbia.
Quiring Towing, Aggressive Towing, Mission Towing, and Reliable Towing are also featured in the series.
The men of the Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue company battle the treacherous Coquihalla Highway in British Columbia. Because it is one of the most economically important, most traveled trucking routes in North America, the crew must do whatever it takes to keep the road open.
Truckers face steep hills, lethal drop-offs, and major rock slides. The value of the cargo and the need for urgent delivery require the rescue crew to respond when truckers get into trouble.
Owner Jamie handles the bills, the employees, keeping the clients happy, and the mighty `Rotator’. The show focuses on the hardships of operating along the highways of the BC Interior, especially the Coquihalla Highway (Coq).
Highway Thru Hell Season 10 Episode 2 Release Date
Highway Thru Hell Season 10 Episode 2 is scheduled to release on 13 September 2021. You can watch Highway Thru Hell on various platforms like Netflix, HBO max, Showtime, Starz, CBS all access, Hulu, Amazon prime video, and Google Play.
Other than that you can also watch Highway Thru Hell on iTunes, toxtell.com, and Discovery channel. The people who love to watch action must watch this series they will enjoy it a lot.
The men of Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue fight to keep open some of the most economically important, most traveled, and most inhospitable trucking routes in North America.
Jamie and the crew wrestle to recover a trailer loaded with apples off a dangerous bridge. A multi-vehicle wreck turns deadly for a Good Samaritan. Scott returns after two weeks of forced vacation, hoping to finally get his new heavy rescue truck.
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