Discussion in 'Arnold' started by Capsfloyd, Jun 27, 2014.
Bad wreck in lancaster Texas . Truck and part of trailer caught on fire from blow out
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Seems its all over the place more frequently with new drivers coming to fill the spots..
This one is from last night in MI
Then another in NM
i drove for arnold, there trailer dont get any maintenance. Its not surprising a blowout caused a wreck. I bet the brakes were out of adjustment to.
How does a blowout on a trailer start a fire and/or cause a wreck?
The driver screwed up.
How 'bout we move this thread to accidents?
Especially since it's titled Arnold wreck and Lucar is just posting random company accidents...think he got confused on the post and decided to just show random photos with nothing to do with original specific topic.
Roadside u for real
Actually, you can manage a blow out of a tire or even two tires on the same axle without wrecking. It's the steers that get people killed or hurt if you are not attentive to it.
All dragging brake can heat up the tire till it catches on fire or even a hub bearing going don't be so quick to blame the driver when the trlr could have just come from the shop