Unlocking an Abandoned Semi & Towing It Away For CHP

by: Plaza Towing     Published on: 22 May 2019

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In today's video Trent jr is called out by CHP to tow away a truck that has been abandoned. The owner of the truck was contacted and e said he doesn't want it anymore. Trent Jr has to unlock the vehicle using lockout tools to allow the CHP officer to get information off of the truck such as VIN. Enjoy!Thanks for watching as always LIKE, COMMENT, SUBSCRIBE, and SHARE the HECK out of this video!►Support my (copy into your browser)►Email Me Here- [email protected]►Send Mail Here-Trent Butzlaff83827 Tamarisk Street Indio, CA 92201►Products I Use And Support- ►Guardian Angel Light: MY CODE: (120CLIP) for free shipping and free universal clip ► Lemur Light: - - - FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA BELOW!! - - - -► INSTAGRAM →► SNAPCHAT → trent_butzlaff► FACEBOOK → - - - Frequently Asked Questions - - - -Q:What camera do you use?A: I use the Go Pro Hero 7 Black Edition primarily. Often times you will see auxillary cameras in use. Those cameras include The Go Pro Hero 6, Hero, and DJI Mavic Pro Platinum Q: How big Is your rotator?A: It is a 50 ton Miller Industries Vulcan 950Q: Does the carriage slide back like Ron Pratt's?A: No, the carriage doesn't slide back due to strict weight laws in California. The sliding carriage will make the truck to heavy in CAQ: Why do you only have 3 winches on the rotator?A: Comes down to weight again as stated aboveQ: How many trucks Does Plaza Towing have?A: Currently more than 30Q: Why must the driveshaft be removed to tow a vehicle?A: When vehicles are not running the transmission is not receiving circulating lubricant. If the driveshaft is left installed, the transmission, which is not receiving lubricant, is still spinning. This allows it to get very hot which eventually will cause major damage to the transmission. Therefore, removing the driveshaft completely eliminates the transmission from spinning. Simply leaving it in neutral is not sufficient since the transmission still spins in neutral.