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Old 09-27-2011, 02:20 PM   #1
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now this person needs a trailer....
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That is an actual authorized tow vehicle used by authorities to tow to impound. Of course it's not here in the U.S. since we haven't yet caught up with foriegn standards.
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The one with the fridge was this summer here in BC, that was real till the store called the police. The guy didn't want to pay for delivery.
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One of those motorcycle 'tow trucks' patrols the urban highway in my city - it has the huge benefit that when there is a breakdown, the motorcycle can work its way through the traffic jam that the breakdown causes and remove the obstruction.

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Ignore the word 'Japanese' in the title - the Gold Wing may be a Honda but it's made in the US!
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Man could we use a few of those here in Vancouver to clear out bridge decks during rush hour when there is a stall!
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