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Video: Hummer H2 rescues giant snow plow ..three feet of snow?

Whether you love them or hate them, you have to admit that Hummers are pretty important vehicles to have in times of distress. Though not in the magnitude of natural disasters –although they could come in handy at that time too – situations like blizzards and snow storms call for vehicles like a Hummer to do things no other car can perform.

In this particular case in Baltimore, a Hummer H2 came to the rescue of a snow plow – and a very big one too - that ironically got stuck in a couple of feet of the very same stuff that it was supposed to get rid of.

Fortunately, a nearby H2 was in the area and the owner promptly gave the woebegone snow plow a very timely assistance. Just goes to show that for all of the environmentalists cringing at the sight of a Hummer out on the road, this particular video should show that Hummers – despite the gas-guzzling menaces that they are - still have a place in our world. Sort of.

Source: Baltimore TV


6 comments:

Agreed. About half-way thru the video you see the city truck veer to the right as the front wheels don’t seem to be helping/moving at all, but the rear wheels were just spinning away.

I believe most of those big trucks are only RWD, so it’s quite easy for them to get stuck, especially when the driver isn’t very talented.

This video displays how dependable the hummer is. i actually don’t understand why so numerous persons despise it. Hummer is one of the best, versatile and Reliable Truck. that’s why Army, Rescue hospital vehicle and hefty off-roader selects the Hummer.

they wont love it, until they were saved by it..

I think people "hate" Hummers due to mostly ingorance. People diss their fuel economy when comparing them to vehicles which don’t align for comparison. (apples to oranges)

Compare a Hummer to another similarly equiped 4X4 and their MPG is quite good. In many cases exceptionally good.

Anyway, I have one, it’s very capable and I enjoy the heck out of taking off road into the wilderness.

It’s good to see the one in the video being put to good use!

Well, the only thing that I hate about it is it’s mileage, which is poor, but other than that, its a very lovely good performance car. It wont really be a surprise if it can dig something big like that snow plow from any distress and still have the power to pull it even deeper than 3 feet of snow.

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