03-30-12, 12:17 PM
I really don't know what to make of this, but you guys should take a look.
Seems as though it's not his car so he doesn't really care too much how he loads the car up. Interesting to say the least.
03-30-12, 12:26 PM
Sounds great! Have you ever tried to get a manual on a set of ramps in your garage before?? I imagine this must be even harder.
03-30-12, 12:54 PM
Painful painful painful painful *PAINFUL* ... that describes how I felt watching that. I'll just be loading my own car, thanks very much. Sheesh...
I was kinda sorta ok with everything that was going on until he hit the Mercedes in the last part of the video.
03-30-12, 01:20 PM
LOL. At least that company uses professional drivers.
BTW, it's not hard to load a manual car up ramps if you know how to drive.
03-30-12, 02:02 PM
An automatic is easier to get to that 6" sweet spot on the ramps than a manual; for me at least. Although i never claimed to know how to drive so it must just be me! Lol
03-30-12, 02:07 PM
Must be a 3/4 race cam......... :)
03-30-12, 02:25 PM
I transport cars for a living and that is why I stay so busy I have a 3/4 car trailer that has lots of room between cars. I loaded a lowered c6 with a 408ci and f1 and nos 1000rwhp and sat on the ground and I had no isues and my trailer is steper. This guy could not drive. But I do have a c5 with a 600+ lift cam that helps.
03-31-12, 03:59 AM
Hitting car in front....fail! Those guys would be paying for the scratches on my V if I saw them do that. Definitely not cool. Why would anyone post a video of a transport mishap anyway, for the owner to find?
Car sounds absolutely sick though.
03-31-12, 07:08 AM
With the angles in play i wonder if the grill took most of the hit :(
03-31-12, 10:52 AM
What about all that clutch burning?!
03-31-12, 11:09 AM
afaik, most car transportation carriers do not have to report damage that is $500 or less.
it did look like a light 'tap'
assuming there's no front plate and because we're talking about plastic front/rear bumpers, best case scenario is that it's just some light scuffs that can be polised out. In which case/ no action necessary on the guy that just rammed the V into the merc.
03-31-12, 12:24 PM
If you're going to load cars onto a carrier, being able to drive should not be optional.
03-31-12, 05:23 PM
ouch, that's sucks! Sounds nasty.
03-31-12, 08:12 PM
Every time I gave cars to people for something they broke or damaged something.
Most just don't give a sh*t unfortunately.