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Old 04-29-2016, 12:35 PM   #1
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diesel exhaust splatters from passing truck

After a trip out of state I was returning home on I 35 when a box truck passed me blowing black diesel out of his exhaust. I would have chassed him down but a 32 ft class c ain't no hotrod. I was able to clean the cab due to having automotive paint, only the sides and cabover are adzel panels. I have tried several bug and tar removers to some help. if any one has had this happen in the past and came out clean I sure would like the help. I also know several people were chasing him down the highway flashing their lights trying to stop him, but the last I seen he wasn't stopping. the hazards of highway driving. any help would be appreciated

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Old 04-29-2016, 07:07 PM   #2
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Well its been several hours and I don't see any help coming your way, so if you know what area you were in, maybe a call to the highway patrol would help as its possible that he got stopped and they made a report. If you hit the jackpot you might be able to get someone to pay for cleaning it. Sorry about yourt luck but that's all I got.

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