“I’m very happy that the trailer was delivered to the house and that my wife is home, and I have to say, I’m so grateful to the delivery company and I’m really happy with the price,” said Tanya Johnson, who was in the car with her boyfriend when it was delivered.
“It’s definitely a high-end vehicle.
I’m very thankful to my wife for giving me the best of both worlds.”
A couple who paid $1,000 for the trailer were not disappointed with the service.
“We were super happy to see it, and we loved it,” said the couple, who live in a condominium complex.
“Our kids were excited about seeing the car.
They were very impressed with the vehicle.”
“I know people are really upset about it, but I think it’s a great service,” said Michelle Jones, who also lives in the complex.
She added that she would prefer not to be responsible for the delivery itself.
“But I have my trusty car.
I will not be responsible,” Jones said.
“If I was responsible, I would not have paid for the car and I would have paid the insurance.
I would never be able to afford to buy the car if I was on the hook.”
A few months ago, a man in New Jersey drove into the parking lot of a rental home with a trailer on his head and the door opened.
The trailer came out with a child, who had no idea the truck had been there.
A woman in Michigan paid $3,000 to be the driver of the trailer, and the trailer’s owner said the trailer is worth a lot more.
“I am a professional mechanic and this was a very difficult experience for us,” said owner Jeff Dye.
“In all honesty, I was hoping that we could do this for a much lower price than the amount of money I was expecting to spend, and that we were going to be able get this thing to the family’s house, but it has been quite the surprise.””
In all honesty, I was hoping that we could do this for a much lower price than the amount of money I was expecting to spend, and that we were going to be able get this thing to the family’s house, but it has been quite the surprise.”