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Old 07-23-2021, 03:23 PM   #1
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Bout' got killed today...

To the asshat on HW 2 in Nebraska driving the new class A, RV life is about taking it easy. Not passing in a no passing zone/big curve bout killing me in my 5er, and the on coming car. I was glad to see that you had mechanical issues on the 71. I would not stop to help you out of principal (and the Mrs). It's guys/gals like you that give RVing a bad rap.
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Unfortunately, the person that did this probably will never see it.

Same thing happened to a friend a few weeks ago in the Rapid City, SD area. A truck passed two cars and was headed right for my friend. It was either get hit head on or veer off the highway down a ravine. They weren't hurt but the trailer tipped over and was totaled.
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Unfortunately, the person that did this probably will never see it.

Same thing happened to a friend a few weeks ago in the Rapid City, SD area. A truck passed two cars and was headed right for my friend. It was either get hit head on or veer off the highway down a ravine. They weren't hurt but the trailer tipped over and was totaled.
And the jerks that do that never stop.
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