Looks like that semi is a pioneer
Oh I like your boulder, that's a nice boulder.
I have questions. Several of them are related to this situation.
@Lue BreKannt, I'm a mechanic for a trucking company, you wouldn't believe the amount of things drivers don't see, hear, or feel while driving.
@Jkmiii, obviously the driver can’t see it, and trucks are large, loud, and powerful so I can accept that he didn’t hear or feel it either. What I really want to know is how that rock even got there in the first place
@Shroominator, probably caught it when turning too tightly around a corner
@Jkmiii, I used to drive otr, and had the brake freeze up on 2 trailer tires. The only way I knew was because someone pulled along side me and honked. It was pitch black out, and I couldn't see the smoke from the tires skidding
@Jkmiii, What if the question was why tf the tracks were going that drastically from one side of the road to the other? Big rock or not, the driver’s all over the road
Schneider; Pioneering shipping sense 1935!
Can he not drive in a straight line?
Took me awhile to figure out thats a rock. Now im wondering why and how there is a rock.
@Davoracus, probably spun about the tandems and the over hang caught it as he was straightening out. Would be hard to feel if the trailer is loaded.
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@cobalt balls, Dwayne “the rock” Johnson.
The pioneers used to ride those babies for miles
Oh man, all that cocaine wasted