Mercedes-Benz G63 6×6 Stuck in the Snow And Saved By a Tractor
If you have a 4×4 and just so happen to gets stuck in the snow, you might feel a ...
If you have a 4×4 and just so happen to gets stuck in the snow, you might feel a bit self-conscious because you kind of have the tools at your disposal to be able to get around situations like that. However, a video like this might make you feel better about your driving situation as this driver was behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz with a 6×6 setup with all six wheels at their disposal to maneuver about. However, that wouldn’t stop them from getting nice and stuck in the snow! To their defense, though, that snow was pretty insane as it looks like it’s several feet deep. You’d think that just about anybody would get stuck in the situation.
Now, if you get stuck in an insane amount of snow like that in one of the most versatile vehicles when it comes to being able to go off-road, you’d think that you would probably be wedged in there until the snow started to melt or some major help came along. Otherwise, you could be digging! I mean, what other vehicle is going to be able to navigate its way back there? Well, this time we see exactly that as a tractor that is definitely not going to get stuck anytime soon rolls up on its tracks and straps up to the Benz. After that, the struggle is on to try and pull this heavyweight out of its position where it has become nice and stuck.
At the end of the battle, it would appear as if the 6×6 was still in quite a predicament but they made a little bit of progress toward getting it out. It’s kind of disappointing that the video cut off here because we are incredibly interested to see how the rest of the rescue procedure looked like as they attempted to bring this heavy duty machine out of the snow. What do you think happened after the cameras cut off? Was the driver able to maneuver his way out of the hole? Did they have to bring out a whole other machine out to try and pull this high dollar luxury off-road machine out? Perhaps the G63 is still stuck to this day!