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18 hours ago, BlackAutoload said:

Nice work. I never understand these calls.... have the tire shop bring the new wheels/tires to the car and be done with it.  Risk / reward has to be worth it. 

I've hauled more than a few after they've been warning stickered.  Sometimes people leave them sitting for days and days like that, sometimes even weeks.  Sucks when they're the victim of a crime but you also can't leave your vehicle sitting on private property teetering on a couple of blocks and also making the place look crime-ridden (the truth hurts.)


I once loaded a Dodge Ram that was tripod balanced on broken pieces of curb; one under each control arm and one under the differential.  Was not fun getting under it as it seemed like a gentle breeze could have knocked it over.



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Obviously, sourcing wheels & tires would be logical, but we have policies & procedures to follow whether or not we agree.   

We were hired to relocate 2017 car— ‘damage free’ —done as requested 

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