A few miles from our house is an Anheuser Busch plant. One of the so-called "truck routes" has the semis make a sharp right-hand turn at a narrow intersection with an oncoming left-turn lane at that right turn where the stop line is way forward of where it should be to allow semis to make that turn easily. There's also a metal pole on that right corner with the wiring to the intersection stop-light. I've always been amazed the regular route AB semi-truck drivers make that turn, easily threadding between the curb, pole & oncoming left-turn traffic lane without hitting anything or riding up on the curb. And they don't swing wide to make that turn either. I've watched other semi drivers jump that curb, graze the pole or make the left-turners back up, but not the AB semis.
Wish I could say the same for me.