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Title: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: Mac Attack on Feb 04, 2020, 02:32 PM
I'm posting this here because those "people" over "there" can be so tiresome.
If someone wants to repost over there be my guest.

https://www.myklgr.com/price-tag-for-fishing-truck-from-lake-about-10000-says-brown-co-sheriff/?fbclid=IwAR3BclR2HN_S-WnRnbQc7mKz7MHcaRFuqtMFXZ8act-jIEGsIyDYh88ScWw (https://www.myklgr.com/price-tag-for-fishing-truck-from-lake-about-10000-says-brown-co-sheriff/?fbclid=IwAR3BclR2HN_S-WnRnbQc7mKz7MHcaRFuqtMFXZ8act-jIEGsIyDYh88ScWw)
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: rgfixit on Feb 04, 2020, 03:02 PM
Did you sink your truck........again?

Rg
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: nindo24 on Feb 05, 2020, 09:04 AM
I'm posting this here because those "people" over "there" can be so tiresome.
If someone wants to repost over there be my guest.

https://www.myklgr.com/price-tag-for-fishing-truck-from-lake-about-10000-says-brown-co-sheriff/?fbclid=IwAR3BclR2HN_S-WnRnbQc7mKz7MHcaRFuqtMFXZ8act-jIEGsIyDYh88ScWw (https://www.myklgr.com/price-tag-for-fishing-truck-from-lake-about-10000-says-brown-co-sheriff/?fbclid=IwAR3BclR2HN_S-WnRnbQc7mKz7MHcaRFuqtMFXZ8act-jIEGsIyDYh88ScWw)

"People" over "there"? New to this site so what does that mean exactly?
Also, don't get enough ice here to even think about driving a vehicle on the ice.
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: Mac Attack on Feb 05, 2020, 01:20 PM
"People" over "there"? New to this site so what does that mean exactly?


Go over to IS and find out first hand.
Formulate your own opinion.
Tell them I said hi.

 8)

Welcome aboard.
Mac
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: Jethro on Feb 06, 2020, 08:43 AM
Go over to IS and find out first hand.
Formulate your own opinion.
Tell them I said hi.

 8)

Welcome aboard.
Mac

Awww, we aren't so bad over there LOLOLOL

Funny how people don't think it should be covered in an insurance policy. Truth is, there are still some parts of the continential US that have real ice roads, that are signed and state/town maintained as a public right of way. Even in NH it wasn't all that long ago that there was an ice road across Winnepesaukee. Because of that, lakes are considered public rights of way and therefore insurance has to cover them.
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: Raquettedacker on Feb 06, 2020, 12:53 PM
I have only driven on the ice in one of my trucks once but it was 3' thick and i had a small Toyota..  I have had a few trucks since and they will never be on a frozen lake.  Even though i asked my agent and he said i would be covered..  Check your policy and you might be covered....
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: Raquettedacker on Feb 06, 2020, 01:16 PM
This has to be the best..   Get out of a sinking truck and smack your head on the ice and climb back in to get something........
  https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/arnwji/this_dude_was_ice_fishing_in_a_harbor_near_my/  (https://www.reddit.com/r/videos/comments/arnwji/this_dude_was_ice_fishing_in_a_harbor_near_my/)
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: filetandrelease on Feb 06, 2020, 02:43 PM
 Hes a lucky man ,being in the cold water and banging his head he may have been  disoriented , or a little under the weather
  But he put others at risk going back to his truck
 
 
Title: Re: Retrieving Vehicles That go Thru The Ice
Post by: hunts2long on Feb 07, 2020, 05:19 AM
"Hey, man, my cell phone is in there."... One lucky guy...h2l