24 Hours a day 7 days a week, you can count on Primary Towing Los Angeles to provide towing in Venice California. We have been servicing the Venice California community with towing and roadside assistance for many years. We aim to provide cheap but reliable towing services whenever you need it. So don’t hesitant to call us whether day or night.
No matter your vehicle type: sports car, sedan, SUV, exotic car, van, RV, Camper, Bus, Semi-truck and more, Primary Towing Los Angeles has tow trucks ready to assist you with your towing needs in the Venice area. We have tow trucks that can perform light duty towing, medium towing, heavy duty, flatbed towing, exotic car towing, and long distance towing among others. Our tow truck operators are ready to come to your service so call us today!
You might be enjoying a day of shopping in Abbot Kinney, getting a tan on the infamous Venice Beach, or walking down the Venice Canals and experience a vehicle emergency. Your first call should be to Primary Towing Los Angeles as we provide all forms of emergency roadside assistance in Venice California. We can provide you with:
• Fuel Gas Delivery
• Battery Jump Start or Battery Replacement
• Flat Tire Change or Flat Tire Replacement
• Vehicle Lockout Service
• Winch Out and Vehicle Recovery Services
Venice is an eclectic neighborhood in Southern California. Venice is known for its beach, skatepark, the canals, world famous basketball court and outdoor gym, and of course a two-and-a-half-mile (4 km) pedestrian promenade that features performers, fortune-tellers, and vendors.
Over the course of just a couple of years, Venice has become one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Los Angeles. It is the seventh most expensive neighborhood in which to buy a house, its median home value — $1,578,200 — coming in just behind the Hollywood Hills and just ahead of Beverlywood. As for median rental price per square foot, Venice is the most expensive place in L.A.
Venice is generally considered a safe neighborhood. You have multimillion dollar homes but you also have a large contigent of homeless people. Venice Beach, the boardwalk, and Abbott Kinney are all affluent areas with excellent restaurants and bars so as a tourist, you will generally feel safe. Venice is in the 30th percentile for safety, meaning 70% of cities are safer and 30% of cities are more dangerous. The rate of crime in Venice is 36.22 per 1,000 residents.
The cost of living in Venice is 60% higher than the Los Angeles average. The cost of living in Venice is 125% higher than the national average. Venice housing is 378% higher than the national average. The average 2 bedroom apartment will cost you over $5k per month and the median home prices are well over $1.6M.
One cannot say definitively which is better: Venice or Santa Monica. They are right next to each other but offer very different experiences. Santa Monica is much more affluent and upscale but Venice has more character and flare and is more diverse. They are both safe and thriving with plenty of shopping, bars, and restaurants. You can experience both within a day as they are only 2.5 mi apart.
Venice is a neighborhood of the city of Los Angeles within the Westside region of Los Angeles County, California. Venice was founded by Abbot Kinney in 1905 as a seaside resort town. It was an independent city until 1926, when it merged with Los Angeles. Venice is known for its canals, a beach, and Ocean Front Walk, a two-and-a-half-mile (4 km) pedestrian promenade that features performers, fortune-tellers, and vendors.
• Elevation: 9.843’
• Area: 3.089 mi²