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Old 06-24-2016, 10:30 AM   #43
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I am more concerned with the idiot in the Toyota that thinks he can pass my 59' in the last 2 seconds of the passing zone. If I had maintained my course instead of moving to the shoulder in the rain last night, he would have collided with an oncoming vehicle. Guess taking care of the children never ends.

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Old 06-24-2016, 10:25 PM   #44
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I see it everyday, people that have NO idea how wide their car or truck is. I call it having no depth perception. If they come up to any construction that have cement divider walls they will drive in middle of both lanes. It doesn't matter if it's a small car, dually or a semi. Even on a wide open road the person that decided they wanted a dually just to drive to work and doesn't haul anything will have that rear end over the line in the other lane, two lane or four lane. The two lane is what scary, coming at you, a foot in your lane. Especially if they're towing something, an don't have a clue where they are on the road. Sorry, for venting but when that idiot is two inches from your door it gets rather exciting.

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