HA! After the USN and I started working I rented a small house with a dirt/gravel driveway in late March. A week or so later the spring rains arrived and melted all the snow and thawed the ground frost. I went out to go to work in the morning and my car was sunk in the driveway right up to the doors so I could not even open them. Looked just like the D9. In November the owner had new rain gutters installed and the water was routed to go into a drain pipe under the driveway that was crushed causing the sink hole my car was stuck in. It took 2 wreckers to yank the car out and the mud up under the car immediately froze solid because the temps went down in the teens after the rains. My car was dead for almost a week until the temps went up and I was able to spay the mud from under it. I missed 3 days of work and almost got fired. If the car had just sunk a little further and the mud and water went inside the insurance would have totaled it.
So, tell us Mel, how much does it cost to get a D9 towed out of a hole?