Stay Between the Lines or Deal with RV Towing

RV Towing was needed when a motorhome ended up in a ditch. T&M got a call about a stranded RV just outside of Eugene in Blue River. When we arrived, we found a 36-foot, Fleetwood Bounder Classic Motorhome lying on its side in a ditch next to a two-lane road.  Since we’ve been doing this a long time and based on the evidence our RV towing experts witnessed, we think that the drive became distracted for just a few moments. It doesn’t take much to lose control of one of these diesel pushers. RV’s don’t just drive off the road unless the driver steers that direction.  

To upright the Bounder we needed our rotator and a heavy wrecker. After attaching towing straps to the frame of the motorhome, we then used the rotator to elevate the vehicle. From there the heavy wrecker winched the RV back onto the road.

The entire recovery took 4 hours, including drive time. Thanks to the whole team on this one.

 

Wrecker and rotator getting readyy to pull out the RV before tow and recovery

Wrecker and rotator getting readyy to pull out the RV before tow and recovery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch RV Towing in action with motorhome lying on side

Watch RV Towing in action with motorhome lying on side

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After motorhome extracted from ditch and rv towing at its best

After motorhome extracted from ditch and rv towing at its best

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Details RV Towing Eugene

Crockett’s Interstate was notified of a stranded RV on Highway 126 in Blue River. Blue River is a town an hour outside of Euguene that sits next to the McKenzie River. The RV Towing Eugene team assessed the situation. RV Towing Eugene team saw that the RV was sitting at a 45-degree angle in a ditch next to Highway 126 near the city of Blue River.  The RV towing team moved the rotator into position. The RV towing team then moved the heavy wrecker into position.

The RV Towing team pulled the towing straps and towing chains out of the rotator and heavy wrecker. The RV Towing Eugene team attached the towing straps and towing chains to the rear of the RV. They attached in several places to get proper load distribution The lead on the RV Towing team then instructed the other team members to lift the RV with the rotator.   Carefully, they pulled the mobile home up and out of the ditch. The mobile home hung in the air for a long time. The RV towing team then began using the heavy wrecker to pull the RV closer to the road. Slowly, they moved it a few feet. Then then moved it a few more feet. The RV towing team moved the mobile home until it hovered over the road. Slowly they set it down. They were careful not to disturb the suspension or damage the vehicle. After the RV was set down, the team walked around it and they found minimal damage. After discussion, the RV towing team decided to tow the RV back as they were unsure if it was drivable. 

 

 

 

The above marketing copy and photo images are not an accurate account of the facts of this tow or recovery. The marketing copy and photo images are a marketing description created for marketing purposes only and do not replace an actual detailed, legal description accompanied by verified images that serve as testimony of the actual events that occurred during this tow or recovery.

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