On January 6, 2014, a new car was on the road.
The driver of the new car had a problem with his rear tire.
He couldn’t get the car up the hill on the highway.
On January 11, the owner of the car reported the problem to the local police department.
The police officers took the car to a dealership for inspection.
The car had been on the street for a few weeks.
The front tire was in good shape, and it had been inspected by a mechanic.
The owner had not had the car repaired.
He didn’t want to do it again, so the dealership had the front tires checked by a tire specialist.
A local tire specialist was able to repair the front tire.
In the end, the car was towed to a repair shop, and the front wheels were replaced.
As the car had not been towed to the shop yet, the dealer contacted the police department for the owner’s address.
When the police officer went to the address, he found the car on the curb.
At the time, the tires were not covered by insurance.
So the owner had no idea how long he had been in the car.
Police arrived at the address and asked for the driver’s license and registration.
When he handed over the driver license, the police arrested him.
After that, the tire was replaced.
The local police officers did a follow-up inspection and determined that the front of the tire had not come loose, but the front wheel had come loose.
Since the front had not taken a break, the front end was covered with mud and dirt.
The city told the car’s owner that it was going to have to be towed to an inspection shop, which they did.
When the car came to a complete stop, the wheel was not even touching the curb, and there was mud and water on the ground.
There was a total of $10,000 in damages for the front part of the front bumper.
It was not until a few months later that the city paid out the $10 million.