By Lanet from Longdale, OK
No mothballs! They are toxic to breathe the fumes and apparently you're still driving in your car so please don't subject yourself to the poison. :-( As others have said, call your local animal control. If they can't help you they will direct you to who can. (Animal control in some areas do charge to retrieve wildlife.)
Actually, you should call the wildlife control in your area. There was no need to take all this time trying to do it yourself. They will get it out at no charge and do it humanely.
Two things you might do,
1.) Call animal control or an exterminator,
2.) Take it to a mechanic and have them jack the car up then may be you can get it out that way.
Is the snake under your car in a hole? But it is not inside of the car? So I take it you are still driving the car!
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