[VIDEO] C7 Corvette Owner Has Standoff With Towing Company on a Reality TV Show

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[VIDEO] C7 Corvette Owner Has Standoff With Towing Company on a Reality TV Show


Hustle & Tow is an A&E reality tv show following the exploits of an Atlanta-based towing company. On a recent weekend, they were attempting to tow an Arctic White C7 Corvette Stingray when the owner came out and jumped in the vehicle to stop the process. The towing company demanded a $100 drop fee to release the car, but the owner wasn’t having it at all.

There is so much wrong in this video, from the towing company saying they are trying to protect the vehicle while it’s being dragged out of its parking space with the rear axles locked to the C7 Corvette driver’s wife/girlfriend/date doing a faceplant while attempting to step over the tow cable.

Eventually the police are called, but they tell both parties that it is a civil matter. They can’t make the tow company unhook the Vette, and they can’t make the driver get out of the car. In the end, the driver coughs up the $100 drop fee and everyone goes on their merry way.


Source:
A&E / YouTube

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4 COMMENTS

  1. If the owner of the Vette had parked where he was supposed to, none of that would have happened. But, he thinks he is “entitled” to park wherever he damn well pleases despite what the sign said that he parked in front of. Is it because of the car he drives, or is it something else? Who knows? In the end, he pays for it in a number of ways. Did he learn from it? Probably not, but at least he is famous now.

  2. Towing companies are predatory scum. I watch them sit around near parking lots watching people park.

  3. Maybe he wasn’t parked where he should have been however, the car wasn’t on the truck yet. I guess they should have worked faster. Too bad so sad for the towing company. I would have camped out in my car until it wasn’t cost effective for the towing company to hang out there. And then there is the issue of dragging the tires and possible damage from the tow truck. Yes, many of those towing companies are predators!

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