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Such an UP, down day... now i'm down.

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by cjasonbr, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. cjasonbr

    cjasonbr Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 635

    My Girlfriend got me a remote start for Christmas. I was out all day yesterday, and when i went to put my plow on last night (9PM), no power to anything, controller or plow. Sweet. First thing i do is call the local dealer's pager. Around 10 no call back - i'm starting to pull my hair out and run around with a volt meter to check connections. After another 20 minutes i paged him again - panicking more. Well he pretty much calls me right back and i have my plow fixed in 2 minutes. YAY! What a releif!


    Well someone smashed into me first thing this morning - broadsided me when i was stopped at a red light....... :rolleyes:

    We're standing there in the snow waiting for the cop to fill out the paperwork. "Might as well sit in our tucks." he says as he walks to get in his. "I would" i say, "but i haver to climb over the center console." :mad:
     
  2. RBRONKEMA GHTFD

    RBRONKEMA GHTFD 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,592

    thats to bad for you. What truck got hit? Hopefully it wasn't the gmc. Did you get any pics?
     
  3. MB3

    MB3 Senior Member
    Messages: 123

    Hopefully things don't happen in 3 for you. You have any pics of the accedent?
     
  4. RipT

    RipT Senior Member
    Messages: 184

    Double Bummer ! ! Hope you were not hurt....sometimes those whiplash/neck injuries take a little while to prove you are not "just a bit sore".

    Some times you are better off if they total it out and write you a check right away so you can quickly get something else and get back in business. Fixing it can take weeks to months and renting a temporary plow truck could be a trick.

    Sorry about the wreck and Good Luck ! !
     
  5. mulcahy mowing

    mulcahy mowing Senior Member
    Messages: 718

    not the ford please no:cry:
     
  6. MuskokaDon

    MuskokaDon Member
    Messages: 80

    Not the GMC please no! wesport
     
  7. crazymike

    crazymike Senior Member
    from Toronto
    Messages: 639

    don't take this the wrong way, but why didn't you sit in one of the other seats other than the drivers seat?
     
  8. yamaguy

    yamaguy Senior Member
    Messages: 556

    He's too good to sit on that side of the truck!
     
  9. cjasonbr

    cjasonbr Senior Member
    from Mass
    Messages: 635

    LOL, it WAS the GMC!!!!! ARRRRRRGGGGGG!!!! I would have willingly sacrificed the Ford before i let any harm come to my GMC!!!!!!! :jester:

    Sorry, no pictures. I was going to take some, but i went into repair-mode-overdrive. I went to a drive in appraiser and had it at the dealer to be fixed by 1:00 PM. He started on it that afternoon. I'll have it back any day now :nod:

    The way the trucks were facing both of our drivers doors were facing where we were standing. When he said it, it was more like 'we might as well sit in our trucks cause they're right in front of us' and he didn't realize my door was permanently closed, not 'we might as well sit in our trucks cause this is gonna take a long time. I was only waiting for a few minutes.
     
  10. plowman4life

    plowman4life Senior Member
    Messages: 557

    that sucks man. poor GMC too bad it wasnt the ford.