I live in Newfoundland Canada, and we got about 16in. of snow last night. My wife took the car to work this morning and slid off the road into a ditch backwards, about 4ft deep. The car tires are off the ground cause the car is straight across the ditch, the front of the car is pointing to the road, now with all that said, were on the front of the car can I hook a tow rope to pull it out. I have a backhoe going down to the car at 9:00am tomorrow morning to pull it out so I'm in a bit of a rush for some good answers.
just in case you care when she went in the ditch the back of the car slammed into the rock face on the other side of the ditch, just from what I could see the damage is.
1. trunk lid bent and buckled
2. sides of rear bumper moved
3. tail light glass around the car on the snow
And god know what else when I have it pulled out.