tow (someone or something) into (something or some place)

tow (someone or something) into (something or some place)

To bring some vehicle into something or some place by pulling it with another vehicle. The city towed the large van into its impound lot for parking illegally. We had to get the coastguard to tow us into port after the engine failed on our boat.
See also: tow

tow someone or something into something

 and tow someone or something in
to pull something, such as a car or a truck, into something, such as a garage. (The someone refers to the property of someone, not the person.) They had to tow my car into the garage to be repaired. They towed in my car.
See also: tow