A snake that got trapped in the suspension system of a Honda City was safely rescued in Haryana
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indian people are not allowed to go out unless there is something really necessary. As a result, many cars and motorbikes have been left unwanted quite a long time. There is some likelihood that some unexpected guests may make their way to the vehicles and get trapped there. Earlier, there has been a snake getting trapped in the handlebar of a Honda Activa in Delhi. Recently, a similar incident has occurred, but this time in a white Honda City in Karnal, Haryana. Firstly, let’s have a look at the video which shows how the snake has been rescued from the suspension system of the sedan.
After a long period of vehicles being banned from being used, now, the vehicle owners are preparing to resume driving their vehicles. The car owners are required to thoroughly inspect the car before start using so that they can safely drive. At the beginning of the video, the Honda City owner told us that a snake had entered the sedan. According to the video, the people stated that there was almost no possibility that the snake could enter the cabin as there is no route for it to do so. The engine bay of the car was examined carefully, but there was no snake there. After that, the interior was also thoroughly examined before the sedan was taken to a washing ban to have its underbody inspected.
Eventually, after close inspection, the snake was found in the shock absorbers. It was then safely separated from the car. Fortunately enough, the snake was timely found and got rid of from the car; otherwise, it would become very dangerous if it entered the cabin. The above incident helps raise people’s awareness of car owners to carefully inspect their vehicles before start driving after a long period of non-usage.