tailgaiting, and sweeping into the fast lane to "maintain your speed" 20 under the limit, cutting off cars happens far more often than it should.
Then you should call the authorities. I, as a professional don't want to be on the road with careless 18 wheelers any more than you do. Part of this problem though is the over regulation that is forcing veterans of the road like me out, and in our place comes inexperienced young drivers that think they know it all.
according to some they can't even clear the roads of snow.
report em....NJDOT has no patience for careless truckers.
And put us out of work.....Thanks.
nah I would think the cream rises to the top, it should put the idiots that make you all look bad out of work.
Another cost to companies that will not be taken on unless mandated by law. Companies like logistics companies run on extremely slim margins. They just won't spend the money.
It's not the drivers that don't care though. Most are company drivers.
Just today, saw a toys r us truck launch snow off its trailer, a good chunk, hit a car. fortunatley it was just snow. one thaw freeze cycle and it could have been much worse....
here's another example...
this dooshbag was tailgaiting the car in the right lane both doing about 65, as he approached the hill, he swings behind the car in the fast lane doing about 70, cutting off the guy behind him who slammed on his brakes.....
we all were doing about 70, in a 65, seconds later as we go up a hill the entire highway is slowed down to 50. all because he wanted to do what again? that was just this morning.
(yeah yeah, I get the irony of taking photo's while driving)..