Honda Driver Won’t Let Repo Man Tow His Pilot Away, They End Up Playing Tug of War

We knew the Tug of War game never gets old, but the driver of the Honda Pilot in the video below takes this to a whole new level. This isn’t your average SUV vs. truck battle. Instead, it’s more like SUV vs. tow truck at work.
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The driver of the Honda seems prepared to go to any length in order to prevent the tow truck from taking his Pilot away. Despite the Honda being already hooked up, the driver steps on the gas. Nevertheless, the tow truck driver won’t take “no” for an answer, being dedicated to his task.

As if the first attempt to get away didn’t reveal the stupidity of the situation, the guy in the Honda insists, with the situation turning into a true tug of war.

Judging by the desperation of the guy in the Pilot, we can expect this to be one of those situations where a car gets repossessed.

As some of you know, many of such situations see drivers who no longer afford to pay for their vehicles refusing to give them up. As a response, the companies that handle this sometimes turn to guerrilla tactics, hunting down their target vehicles.

The practice, which has traveled far past the borders of the US, sees repo men organizing true carhunts. These actions obviously include manhunts, as the habits and schedule of the drivers have to be monitored in order for a window of opportunity to show up. Still, with cases such as this one, America still takes the cake when it comes to the most spectacular battles.

We’re not sure what happened in this particular case, but now that the whole thing has been caught on camera, we’re sure this driver will have a hard time explaining his actions.

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