This is a strange story making the rounds of Oregon television stores, but it is also a unfortunate tale: Police in Eugene say they stopped the driver of a sedan who was striving to tow an outdated Bayliner boat.
The boat seems to be in the 24- to 27-foot variety on a tandem-axle trailer, that means the standard tow car of alternative would be a pickup, most properly a significant-responsibility 1.
It really is really hard to notify precisely how the boat proprietor/driver has the trailer “hitched” on the within of the trunk. But it’s uncomplicated to see that the tongue weight alone is a lot more than the automobile, which seems to be an previous Hyundai Sonata, can handle. It is tough to consider this arrangement at any time moved. Anywhere. At all.
Law enforcement issued the driver a warning. This all happened close to 11 a.m. Tuesday.
That is the unusual component. The unhappy element is, the driver informed officers that the boat was his or her house. And the picture conveys a perception of the desperation in that problem.
Now here’s the sadder aspect.
Eugene station KVAL-Tv set studies that a photographer today checked the area about exactly where law enforcement encountered this rig, and observed the boat on the tricky (underneath). Nearby was a discarded couch, some trash, and inexplicably, a lawnmower. The automobile and trailer were gone. And the driver is now obviously adrift from what small dwelling they had.