Truck Stop Follies And Assorted Stupidity

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PackRat's Comment
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Georgia Mike's Comment
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I goodbye phrase to other truckers is " keep it between the ditches and dont end up on youtube"

Rubber Duck's Comment
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Joseph L.'s Comment
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Just the post my nervous ass needs before orientation. Lol. /S.

Truthful this is great for new drivers and old. A warning to the first and laugh for the latter

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Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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It's that TIME again, PackRat ~! (<<< Jammer made me do it . . . )

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PackRat's Comment
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I've been fortunate to not see anything really bad crazy

PackRat's Comment
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I've been fortunate to not see anything really bad crazy to post on here in the past few months. The only thing I can recall was about a week ago where a police officer was at a truck stop filling out some paperwork. That one may have been a collision, but I didn't see any parts, plastic or fiberglass laying on the ground.

Jammer a's Comment
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Lol

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It's that TIME again, PackRat ~! (<<< Jammer made me do it . . . )

BUMP ~!!!

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Rob T.'s Comment
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Didn't take a pic, but I watched a guy attempting to back into a handicap spot up front in Walcott. He was backing in between the concrete barrier on his blindside and another truck. I heard his trailer hit the concrete so he pulled out and went to the fuel island. Came back 10'ish minutes later driving by slow (I'm guessing looking for damage) then he went over to Pilot across the street. Those barriers have visibly taken a beating from many drivers, but it didn't stop the radio rambos on the CB from putting all the blame on him.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Jammer a's Comment
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Lol radio rambos that’s gonna be my favorite saying now

Didn't take a pic, but I watched a guy attempting to back into a handicap spot up front in Walcott. He was backing in between the concrete barrier on his blindside and another truck. I heard his trailer hit the concrete so he pulled out and went to the fuel island. Came back 10'ish minutes later driving by slow (I'm guessing looking for damage) then he went over to Pilot across the street. Those barriers have visibly taken a beating from many drivers, but it didn't stop the radio rambos on the CB from putting all the blame on him.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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