The best way to level a fifth wheel? Make it levitate!

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“Ah, look at that, Honey. We’re level!” Do you think these fifth wheel owners had a hard or easy time backing their rig into their spot for the night? We can’t quite decide.

Either way, there’s zero tire wear, they’ll have the perfect opportunity to rotate those tires, and, hey, they’re completely level. OK, sure, this is extremely dangerous, but honestly, it doesn’t look too shabby. They just might need some stair extenders for their door…and some snowshoes, too.

We found this photo on the CampingRoadTrip.com Facebook page, where we always find things that make us chuckle.

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Terri R
8 months ago

Looks to me like they were ready to come south for the winter & in pulling out of their yard this happened…. bit of a travel delay. Wonder if roadside assistance works in your own yard????

Wolfe
8 months ago

It doesn’t look photoshopped (perspective, gravity of suspension, etc), but it’s a very weird photo… there’s no tire tracks of rolling there, nor “shadow” in the snowfall to suggest it’s already been there while it snowed…

Paul
8 months ago
Reply to  Wolfe

My guess is he was driving and “spun out”. So all the tracks are on the other side of the vehicle. Lucky he didn’t roll it.

TravelingMan
8 months ago

Best to plan ahead? Know your rig!

Fox
8 months ago

Photoshopped

Bob p
8 months ago

You can’t fix stupid!

Ralph Pinney
8 months ago
Reply to  Bob p

My thoughts exactly.

Jeff
8 months ago

Never mind the parking job! I see a FIRE Hydrant in that picture, which will almost certainly get them a TICKET, for parking too close!