RV Towing Company Pros to the Rescue After RV Gets Stuck in the Mud
Recently, RV towing company, Goodfellas Towing, came to the aid of a customer who found themselves in a muddy situation. While trying to maneuver their RV onto their property, the customer took a turn and got the RV stuck in the mud. Unable to move the RV on their own, the customer knew exactly who to call for help– Goodfellas Towing!
Without any delay, the RV towing company dispatcher took down all the necessary information and dispatched three expert crew members to the scene located on Azalea Drive, just 10 minutes west of I-5 in Grants Pass, OR. The crew arrived quickly and with their arsenal of tools, including a Vulcan V70 35-ton wrecker, and were ready to take on the challenge.
After a quick assessment of the situation, the RV towing company crew came up with a plan of action. They connected to the rear hitch of the motorhome at an angle and created a rear in sideways pole with the steering wheel cut to the right so that the right front wouldn’t scrape anymore. With their expertise, they were able to winch the RV out of the mud and get it back on the roadway in record time!
The job took only 1.5 hours, and to the customer’s delight, the RV was recovered without any additional damage. The customer couldn’t be more pleased with the exceptional service and expertise provided by Goodfellas Towing. With a job well done, Goodfellas Towing proves yet again that they are the go-to for any RV towing!
Details of RV Towing Company Pros to the Rescue After RV Gets Stuck in the Mud
RV towing company, Goodfellas Towing, recently helped a customer who needed assistance with their RV. The customer had managed to get the RV stuck in the mud while he was trying to get it onto his property. He was trying to drive his RV into his driveway when his wife made him turn it around. Unfortunately, he got his RV stuck in the mud from the turn. Unable to move, he knew that he needed the professional help of an RV towing company and promptly called Goodfellas Towing.
The RV towing company dispatcher took down all the relevant information before sending three crew members to the scene. The RV towing company crew quickly left their headquarters and made their way Grants Pass, OR at Azalea Drive, which is 10 minutes west of I-5.
The RV towing company crew brought with them a Vulcan V70 35-ton wrecker in order to complete the job. Once the RV towing company team arrived on the scene, they assessed the situation and came up with the best course of action.
To start the job, the RV towing crew first connected to the rear hitch of the motorhome at an angle. The RV towing company team members made a rear in sideways pole with the steering wheel cut to the right so the right front wouldn’t scrape anymore. The team were able to winch the RV out of the mud and get it back on the roadway quickly and efficiently.
The job took the RV towing company 1.5 hours. Thankfully, the RV was recovered without additional damage and the customer was extremely satisfied with the RV towing company’s service and expertise.