A roadside assistance program in New Jersey is promising to turn the worst-affected motorists into potential homeowners.
The program is the first to use technology that helps remove nails from cars, trailers, and trucks.
It’s part of a $1.3 billion effort by the state to help people in need of a second home.
The technology involves attaching a nail-removal machine to a truck or trailer, with a laser beam aimed at the surface of the vehicle.
The laser beam then strikes a plastic casing on the roof of the truck or truck trailer.
The nail-cutters then gently pull out the nail-binder, a small plastic container containing the nail polish, and spray the surface with a liquid that’s then sprayed onto the nail.
The result is a nail that is no longer a nail, but rather a hard, flexible, metal object.
A small, portable laser-cutter attached to a trailer.
Photo courtesy of NCCAP.
The NCCA says the device, called the NCCP, can remove nails of all sizes.
It has been tested on 1,000 vehicles and can cut nails in less than an hour.
In a video posted on YouTube, the NCA says it has tested NCCPs in a parking lot in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The video shows the NACP cutting a nail on a trailer that had a broken bumper.
The nail had been attached to the bumper with a nail remover.
The NCCp cuts through the nail with the precision of a surgeon.
“What’s unique is it can be used in a variety of locations,” the NNCA says in the video.
“It can be attached to any piece of metal, it can attach to a piece of wood, it’s even attached to concrete.
It’s a product that can be placed on the vehicle and used in any location.”
A man uses a nail cutter attached to an NCC-powered trailer to cut off nails.
The device can also be used to remove nails on vehicles.
A NCC machine.
Photo via NCCAC.
“We’re doing a lot of things that you don’t normally do, such as applying nails directly to the roof or roof deck,” NCC president and CEO Tom O’Brien told the New York Times.
“We’re applying a new type of technology that you wouldn’t normally be able to do, a nail removal tool that can remove a nail from the car roof.”
He said the NCP could be used on any car, trailer, or truck in the state, with no insurance requirements.
The company has said it is working with homeowners who have fallen behind on payments to help them get their property fixed.
It has partnered with the state’s Department of Public Works, which said it would help with the nail removal process.
The state also has a $300 million loan program to help homeowners get rid of their cars and other personal property.