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Old 10-14-2016, 12:17 PM   #15
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Wait till it dries out a bit then get some scrap carpeting tight against the tires to drive onto it. Have someone with you to keep moving the carpeting, if necessary, as you're driving out.

Agreed....before parking there again you'll need to create a parking pad.

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Insurance (progressive) roadside assistance has zero deductible and $500 limit per occurrence. They sent a tow truck, which backed his tires against the curb, and used his cables and winch to pull me out... once my rears were on asphalt, we stopped, unhooked, he pulled up, I backed the rest of the way and put it back in the driveway... then I called the city, briefed them on this... they agreed that I could go week-to-week until the ground is dryer/firmer...

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Old 10-15-2016, 08:39 PM   #17
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Thank you for the update they are important for those who may do a search of the subject in the future.
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Got stuck in mud once. Figured I could lift myself out with my jacks.Racked the body and cracked the windshield.Called a towtruck . He pulled out the cable and connected to the frame. I explained to him that where he put the cable he would destroy the generator exhaust.He moved to the other side and pulled me out ,no problem.Just have to watch everyone.

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