Primary Towing Los Angeles has been serving the residents of Santa Monica for over 10+ years. We are an affordable and reliable source of towing for the Santa Monica community. No matter the time of day or night, we are available 24 hours to provide you with towing services in the Santa Monica area. We only employ the best tow truck operators in Los Angeles County.
No matter where you are in the city of Santa Monica, Primary Towing Los Angeles has staff ready to assist you with your towing needs! Whether you are on Main Street doing some shopping, on Ocean Boulevard enjoying the warm California beaches, at 3rd Street Promenade, or driving down the Pacific Coast Highway, we got you covered! Our tow trucks are always nearby and within a phone call away when you need us.
When you need roadside assistance in Santa Monica, Primary Towing Los Angeles is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to come to your rescue. We provide roadside assistance to Santa Monica residents for:
- Battery Jump Start
- Flat Tire Change or Flat Tire Replacement
- Vehicle Lockout
- Fuel Gas Delivery
- Winch Out and Vehicle Recovery Services
Santa Monica may not be one of the most expensive L.A. area beach towns to live in, but it still costs plenty. Buyers should expect entry-level home prices to start around $1 million with an average price/square foot to be well over $1000/sqft. The cost of living in Santa Monica is 106% higher than the national average. The cost of housing in Santa Monica is 333% higher than the national average.
According to the Census Bureau, the per capita income in Santa Monica in 2019 was $75,481, which is wealthy relative to California at $36,955. For a family of 4 that would annualize to $301,924. However, while Santa Monica is home to people living in million-dollar mansions, there are also plenty of homeless and people in subpar living conditions. The poverty level is at 9.9%.
In Santa Monica, the crime rate is 51 per 1,000 residents which includes a 1 in 19 rate of violent or property crime. The per capita cost of crime rate in Santa Monica is at $1,346, the per capita cost of violent crime rate is at $725, and the per capita cost of property crime rate is at $4,327. The total cost of crime in Santa Monica stands at $123,284. However, Santa Monica has it's own police department that is separate from LA and thus has a higher police presence around the city.
Santa Monica is one of the most coveted places to live in the United States. With incredible weather year round and close proximity to the beach makes for a very high quality of life. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, and parks so you always have plenty to do. You have a mixture of young professionals and families that live in Santa Monica. The residents tend to be more liberal.
Being close to the beach, Santa Monica is considerably more expensive than the rest of Los Angeles County. The median household income in Santa Monica is $96,570 compared to that of Los Angeles County's at $68,044.
Santa Monica is a beachfront city in western Los Angeles County, California, United States. The 2010 U.S. Census population was 89,736. Due to a favorable climate, and close proximity to Los Angeles, Santa Monica became a famed resort town by the early 20th century, attracting many celebrities to build magnificent beach front homes on Pacific Coast Highway (PCH).
• Elevation: 105’
• Area: 16 mi²