If you look under the edge of hte car where the lift points are, you will
see rubber pads, or places where there are supposed to be rubber pads that
have long since been torn off. This is where you put the jack. If you wanted
to spread the load by using a piece of wood along the edge of the car, you
can do that.
OK, cool. Thanks for the reply. I'll have a look and use those
Those pads can be removed to expose the tie-down points that the tow truck
driver would use to secure the car to the flatbed of his truck.
Be aware that if the last tow truck driver couldn't be arsed to put
the pads back on when he'd finished, or if they're missing for some
other reason, then you can get some weird wind noise that you'd never
believe could be caused by them being missing.
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