I had to have the car towed about 400 yards at the track at Portland. They wrap the tow rope around your roll bar and the driver holds the loose end (while wearing gloves and a helmet), adn the tow rope extends out the driver's window. What happens when the tow truck takes a right turn? Please tell me. Well, the tow rope goes over your roof.
After three years of working on this gorgeous eggshell of a car in a tight garage and doing no damage to it, I now have two small dents to try to fix on my roof due to this wonderful towing technique. I'm still so steamed I can't even talk about it. You try to control everything, but sometimes you just have to cry uncle. Whenever anyone else is around the car, it's just going to get damaged. Happens everytime.
I approaced pre-grid and my hood wasn't latched. The helpful worker shut it for me. She slammed it like a Ford truck hood. I am still crying. No apparent damage, but it drives me crazy.