Easy there hot rod.
I happen to drive 400 to almost 600 miles a day,depending on my route.
I can assure you while running onboard video, truckers arent your enemy.
We always get sold out.
I drive to Alabama 4 days a week,and back to Ga.My camera has tons of video of me getting sawed off,pulled out in front of,bright lighted by leos,its o.k. though.
Im not your typical mouth breathing,knuckle dragging driver.People have no idea that everything they use was delivered by a lowly trucker.
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EASY to you too Conner-
I said I didnt want this to turn into a bashing thread and I meant it. I was surprised to see a comment tho, just one conner. I also said there are some great truckers out there.
I am not your normal trucker basher. I drove mostly tankers in the Army and I had a CDL and drove a truck for just over 2 years. Met alot of drivers and drove teams with a few. I have a skewed view of truckers due to my driving partner and trainor. It has continued since hanging up my trucking keys so to say. I also chose to get out because I did not fit.
Jacoby-I was interested where you hit because I worry about driving under them. Due to damage I was thinking you hit an axle because I was not thinking about a lowboy even tho I had a HET in the Army for a few miles. I showed this to my wife and she has a better appreciation for the Sol now.
I wish you well Jacoby in your future healing (and car searching) endeavors.
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