The Most Unconventional Way to Load a Car on a Trailer Ever Filmed!

No matter what the job is, there are usually multiple ways to skin a cat. While some ...

No matter what the job is, there are usually multiple ways to skin a cat. While some might look on with their head tilted in confusion, others approach a job confidently with their unconventional methods.

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There is a fine line between something being the worst way to do a job and being genius. After all, if everything is wrapped up with no injury or damage, is it all that bad? Sure, it might not be by the book. However, the end goal is all that we’re looking for in a situation like this.

This time, we check out a way of loading a trailer that we are going to recommend not trying at home. For this group of guys, though, it seems like they had a plan and just went for it. Naturally, when a vehicle doesn’t move under its own power, getting it on a trailer is done in one of two ways. Either it will be pulled up by a winch or good old-fashioned manpower.

This time, though, the disabled Chevrolet sedan isn’t using either one of those methods to make its way to a trailer. Instead, we check in with something that could’ve gone incredibly bad but actually went incredibly smoothly.

By following along with the video below, we check out the most unconventional method of loading a car we’ve seen. It appears as if the guys just decided to strap the car to the trailer. With the ramps down, the truck pulling the trailer would start moving. Before long, the truck’s driver jams on the brakes and the car being towed continues to roll right up onto the towing surface. It’s a game of perfectly lining up the vehicle to roll up the ramps with momentum behind it.

I guess that sometimes, when in a bind, getting a little bit creative might be necessary.

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