.....or a video on some things not to do..... ....not posting it to be a bastard but there are a bunch of issues with that recover, watch the part on the first attempt to "snatch" it with a rope, look at the direction the front wheel of the Troopie being recovered are pointing when the pull is attempted and the driver of the struck vehicle presses on the power..... !!!!!! A little better when trying to go back the other way but not much, I also have my doubts the struck truck was in 4wd. There are too many people just dicking around in the way when there is load on the ropes, not sure what they have attached off on but if something steel lets go the crocs would easily get a fresh meal. Even the guy in the bucket of the loader should have relocated when the strain went on. Easy to sit and be critical when it is not your truck there and the weight the water flow was adding to the process would have been enormous, but all that was needed at the start was to get the front end of the truck back on the crossing (it has a concrete base) and pointed in the direction they wanted it to go. I will add, I have fished and driven across that very spot, it has an inordinate amount of BIG bitey lizards present and I would have to be HIGHLY motivated to get in the water just there (yes people have been eaten at that spot), if no one was trapped in the truck I would probably have waited to the tide to drop. So as a start, what are your thoughts, tips and techniques for getting a struck vehicle unstuck (yes not getting stuck in the first place is the best idea ) ????