“It was a bit scary because the doors were just hanging down.
I could see the back of the car and I couldn’t open them,” she said.
“I had to grab them out of the air and I was struggling and I just ended up grabbing the glass door.”
Ms Taylor was able to open the door and was able take photos of the front of the vehicle before she had to leave the scene.
“It’s just really cute,” she told 7.30.
“The car is pretty nice, and I can see the window behind the front seat.”
Ms Turner said she and her family had a blast driving the vehicle to and from work.
“We had a fantastic time,” she added.
“As soon as we got back, I was really nervous about it, but it was worth it.”
The car has been featured on ABC TV and the ABC News app.
‘Fantastic job’ by car company, ABC local news report, March 12, 2018 “I think it’s a fantastic job,” she joked.
“In the first week it was really hot, but I guess it was a nice day.”
Mr Anderson said the company had been very patient with the driver.
“She has a fantastic attitude and has a good attitude, so I think it worked out really well,” he said.
The driver was not injured and was released from hospital on Thursday.
‘We have a lot of good people’ The company said in a statement it was working with Ms Turner and her husband on their insurance to ensure the safety of other customers and employees.
“They are grateful that they have a nice car to drive around,” the statement said.