Well if ur a girl and ur wearing high heels or something like boots or flip flops u might wanna keep an extra pair of sneakers in ur car just in case u get stuck. so 1st put on ur sneakers then rock ur car back and forth. if that doesnt work then find a branch or wood or something and stick it under the tire and u should get out or keep two pairs of sneakers in your car so then you can put 1 pair on and stick the other pair under the spinning tires
When a car gets stuck in the mud, two things are at work. First of all the mud is very slick. The tires of the car have no traction and simply spin helplessly trying to move the heavy weight of the car. Secondly, mud, if it is deep, has suction. It literally sucks the car's tires, holding the car in the mud. Combine this with mud's slickness and your car is literally stuck.
pull it out
The car got stuck in the mud.
You can find ways to avoid getting your car stuck in the mud online at the WikiHow website. As a general rule it is best to avoid off-roading with your vehicle unless it is capable of handling it.
Matthew's dog was stuck in the mud.
The absolute safest way to get a car out of a muddy ditch would be to call a professional tow truck driver to help. If this is not possible then once a chain is hooked up between the car stuck in the mud and the car pulling them out make sure everyone is clear so the possibility of injury is decreased.
There are a couple of options, depending on the degree to which the car is stuck. It sometimes helps to place long boards under the tires where the drive is. A flat, dry surface will allow the tires to get some traction and drive up onto dryer ground. The other option is to have the car pulled out of the mud by a wrecker or tow truck.
It is better to have more friction when stuck in mud or snow, so that you can more easily get un-stuck.
My foot got stuck in the mud!Gerson
Hold a weight steady in your hand. Push a broken-down car that is stuck in the mud.