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Don't drive like this

Discussion in 'Channel 19' started by skyraider, Nov 27, 2017.

  1. skyraider

    skyraider Veteran Expediter Retired Expediter US Navy

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    It may snow near you this year,,,beeeeeeeeeeeee careful...
     
  2. Hansen Josif

    Hansen Josif Rookie Expediter Driver

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    good advice


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    • LDB

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      94 of every 100 drivers follow too closely behind the next vehicle. The above is therefore inevitable.
       
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      No question there, look I finally agree with you

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      I had one last week where I was passing a TT and a guy comes roaring up behind me flashing his brites, as I go past Tractor, put on directional and once I can see his headlights in mirror I start to move right. Uh uh, azzwipe behind me was having none of that. He cut right, squeezed between me and the trailer, contuined onto the shoulder, passed by and pulled back in front of me and slammed on his breaks causing me to swerve to the shoulder. Then gave me the finger and took off. People in little cars don't understand that small trucks don't have the vision, or desire, to pull back to the right inches in front of a 60,000# TT going 60mph.

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      I think we agree with LDBLDB more than you think.
       
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      Wow, that must have been painful. :)
       
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      Lol..... not really......
       
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