Who knew watching cars get loaded onto the back of a transporter could be so entertaining?
Some people watch ASMR videos to unwind, while others enjoy extreme carpet-cleaning videos.
But if car Tetris on the back of a lorry is more your thing, we’ve got you covered.
Yuriy Suponitskiy just shared this video detailing his loading process, and a lot more goes into it than we thought.
You need to distribute the weight evenly and consider each car’s unique height and length.
Plus, you need to consider what order the cars need to be dropped off in.
The Russian car transport expert shows the control and precision needed for this high-stakes job.
The first two cars are loaded facing forward, and the next two reverse in behind them.
The following two are then loaded and look inches away from rolling off.
At this point, the back tires are secured with straps to ensure these brand-new cars aren’t going anywhere besides the dealership floor.
The carrier now seems to be completely full, but this is where it gets interesting.
That level is then raised to reveal more space below.
The next set of vehicles is then reversed onto the carrier and tipped backwards.
They’re tilted so far that they actually hang partially over the front windscreen.
Vehicles continue to be loaded on, being tilted at angles that would make anyone triple-check the handbrake before climbing out of the car.
Straps and chains are placed on the wheels and the levels are continuously adjusted to make room for more cars.
While the drivers manage the task with ease, it requires an immense amount of concentration and attention to detail.
Even a small scratch could render the car ruined and deemed unfit to be sold.
So, one wrong move, and it would cost them a fortune.
After the last two vehicles are loaded, the grand total of cars on the back of the transporter is 22.
The loading ramps are then slotted away, and the cars are ready to be taken to their next destination.
Regardless of how well these cars were strapped in, we’d still leave a big gap if we were behind this truck on the road.