Mac's Kept Bad from Getting Worse

Mac's Kept Bad from Getting Worse

Jul 16, '20

Jason Anderson, owner of Minnesota-based Anderson Motorsport, was heading home after picking up a 1995 Audi RS2 in Pennsylvania. The vehicle was secured inside his 48-foot enclosed trailer with the Mac’s Ultra Pack. While traveling on the interstate, he noticed the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) showing low pressure on the outside right-rear tire of his RAM 3500 Dually.

He immediately took the next off-ramp. At the bottom of the ramp he noticed that the on-ramp had a large shoulder with ample room to address the tire issue.

The truck was in park, the parking brake was set and the trailer was chocked on both sides. As Jason was finishing the tire swap, the entire truck and trailer suddenly lunged forward two feet.

Confused, Jason stood up to find out why and realized that an Acura RSX had struck the left-rear corner of the trailer at an estimated 45 miles per hour. The Acura was totaled but thankfully the driver was uninjured.

Once Jason was able to get inside the trailer to check for damage, he was happy to see that the Mac’s straps held strong and the Acura never moved. The impact was so strong that it dislodged dirt trapped under the chassis of the vehicle.

“I was relieved and VERY impressed. All straps, from here on out, will say Mac’s on them. Period!”

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