Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by fedexfrank, Apr 23, 2017.
Did you by any chance take one that was too big for the hat to handle?
Pfft. Nothing is too big for this hat.
THATS the video we want to see. Lolol.
He may have been ok if he had the proper wind deflector....
Anyone with even a 40 IQ would know that there is no wind deflector that would change that one...
I delivered an old trailer that was sold by the shop to a homeowner in residential area. I asked the owner at least twice about clearance & he said all I had to do was pull it in & drive out. The first problem was a phone line & limbs that didn't even clear the windshield. I had to sharpen his chainsaw & cut my way out. He said "Well all of it cleared my pickup camper shell".
Somewhere in northern Joisey (probably near Elizabeth City) early last decade, I was on some residential street with a Combo (after leaving a customer as it was the ONLY way to flip direction) and the jersey sprites decided I needed to eliminate some Cable lines as well a low voltage line with me 13' 6" trailer.
About 30 minutes a Fire truck appeared and a little while later some dude in a State truck and they both determined there wasn't a problem and told me the heights of the lines were too low and to get on down the road. No Cops, No Citation, No Worries Mate.
>>I was driving a Freightshaker or Cornbinder Sleeper, so if I knew of the "getty up and go fast rule", maybe I wooda just cleared them lines<<
A 40 I. Q. and below is all that's needed nowadays for truck drivin' as Trucking Accidents proves.