An E55/63 wagon would be a dream to own.
That sounds like an absolute mess. Is Progressive to blame for that or the tow company?Unbelievable...
I called Progressive last week, asking about the Mercedes. they said they've been calling the dealership, leaving voice mails, have not had a call back. I was in Tallahassee yesterday for something else, went by to ask for myself. They got the car with NO paperwork from the tow company... no insurance company info, no claim number, and no owner contact. They knew who I was from the registration, but had no contact information. So it's been sitting 5 weeks with NOTHING done, not even a decision about WHAT to do.
The service manager I talked to gave me his card, and I posted everything from the card onto my online claim right there at his desk on my phone.
I added To my note that whoever from Progressive ordered the tow just plain f'd up. You can't deliver a car with nothing!!!!
So now we're officially at the point of actually starting the claim process. Maybe...
I need a car or a check! C'mon!!!!
The compressor is behind the bumper, in front of the left front wheel, so i jacked the car up and removed the wheel, along with the fender liner.
It has emphasized the need to do something about Bluetooth, though, as the only music is radio (🤮) or CD. It has Bluetooth for phone calls but not for music streaming. It has a slot in the dash and a 6-disc changer in the trunk, but my CDs are in storage, with all my music on the PC and my phone. Who actually uses the CDs any more? That's like... organizing a glove box, or something! 😆
Why in the world would you want to put undue stress on your transmission?? Put it in neutral, hold your brakes, engage the parking brake, let go off the brakes to ensure the parking brake is holding the car, and then put it in park.as I've never in my life used one on a car with an automatic transmission