Driver has an “Oh No” Moment and Needs Wrecker Service
A wrecker service was needed when the driver of a Nissan pulled out into the blind spot of a large semi. The driver was from out of state. He didn’t realize how turn-around’s in Michigan work and he didn’t understand that he probably should have waited for the semi to turn.
So instead of waiting, he aggressively pulled up next to the semi in the turn-around. When the traffic eased up, the semi pulled forward and the Nissan couldn’t get out of the way. The trailer scraped along its top and side. As you can see the little car got pretty beat up. In fact, the Nissan is totaled and a wrecker service was pretty unavoidable.
Grand Rapids Towing came out to the scene and found that everyone was thankfully okay. Thanks to the Grand Rapids Police Department for their help.
Details of Wrecker Service in Grand Rapids
Grand Rapids Towing got the call for a Nissan that needed a wrecker service. Our team arrived to find a Nissan totaled at a Grand Rapids Towing turn around. The Nissan had slipped in next the large semi that was making its turn. The Nissan was in the semi driver’s blind spot and when the semi started moving; it hooked on the Nissan and dragged it halfway down the road. The wrecker service team carefully assessed how to move the Nissan. The Nissan was suffering from quite a bit of damage. The wrecker service team decided to winch in the vehicle onto a flatbed truck. The wrecker service team attached a towing hook to the vehicle. Our team inched the Nissan one foot forward. Our team inched the Nissan two feet forward. Our team inched the Nissan all the way onto the flatbed. From there, we secured the right front tire with a towing chain. We then secured the left front tire with a towing chain. The back right tire was secured. The back left tire was secured. The wrecker service driver took the Nissan to Grand Rapids Towing headquarters. He then lowered the flatbed to remove the Nissan. He then disconnected the right, front tire from the flatbed. He then disconnected the left, front tire from the flatbed. Finally, he removed the towing chains from the back two tires. Carefully, he winched the Nissan down a few feet. He then winched the Nissan down a few more feet. Finally, he finished the wrecker service and positioned the Nissan in the lot.