Rain And More Rain.

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Donna M.'s Comment
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Started raining little while after I got back on the truck Monday night in Atlanta and here it Thursday and it’s still raining. Everybody slow down and enjoy the splatter on the windshield. Be SAFE.

Junkyard Dog's Comment
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I hate driving in the rain especially at night. Dial it down a few mph and be safe.

JuiceBox's Comment
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I dont mind the rain, tends to cool things off. Now ice, that is a different story! It also cools things off but a little too much for my liking.

Jamie's Comment
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The rain loves to follow me rofl-3.gif

Dave (formerly known as K's Comment
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I hate driving in the rain especially at night. Dial it down a few mph and be safe.

Word have never been spoken that ring more true!

Mr. Curmudgeon's Comment
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I use Rain-X on my windshield, apply about every three months, and use the washer solvent instead. I find it to be very effective on my Cascadia at speeds over about 40 mph. It allows me to see better, especially when super-trucker blasts past in a downpour at 10-12 over with his/her spray curtain following. It also increases precip visibility and clarity at night somewhat, for me.

Some companies won't let you put it on the equipment, so you may need to ask first. Or just beg forgiveness if it becomes an issue.


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