How To Get Rid Of An RV Stuck (In San Diego)

May 28, 2020

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We got a call from a local real estate agent. He explained to me that he was getting pretty desperate to have an old abandoned motorhome removed that was wedged in between two buildings. The problem was that the RV was longer than the alleyway it must exit. On to of that, the surrounding buildings could not be damaged in doing so. Furthermore, there were heroin addicts squatting in the RV.

After looking at the situation we told the real estate agent that we could get it out, but we would need an entire day. Part of the problem was there were no tires remaining on this motorhome and the motorhome was a very large one. Not only would it be difficult pulling it out of the spot it was in, but it would also be just as difficult winching it up on our trailer.

We started out the day at 8:00 AM and took it upon ourselves to deal with the squatters. A sheriff was supposed to be present, but that was not the case so we put pressure on them until they finally left about an hour later. Inch by inch we pulled this enormous RV out. We literally got it out without an inch to spare.

To see this impossible job from start to finish. Watch our job video here:

To find out more about our services please visit our website or call us directly:

(949) 929-1778

www.rvremovers.com

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