After the seam on your hood, bumper & headlights have been readjusted - neither does the chasing, yelling nor hysterics...... Trucking's like boxing.... 'hit 'im again!!!'
Now, for an embarrassing story. Sit down boys & listen.
Hudson, Wisconsin, a TA (that one right before you cross into Minnesota - a dump by most standards), fairly early 1000, and amidst a snow storm, I was shutting down. Had to pick up in Minneapolis the following morning, no real rush. - Leads us to: My one backing incident as a Werner driver a few years ago..... yup, I put my trailers right-side hinge bolts into Swifty's brand new sleeper..... Wasn't even the strangest bit tho.... Earlier in the day someone had knocked it's mirror off & the driver moved spots.... Even stranger, 'Tiffany', per their license, Gender 'F'.... was in process of becoming a dude......... Don't back into anyone, because if you're nice about it, own up and make it right, you'll hear stories that rattle you.
accidents happen to many but a lot of them could be avoided.....
When I was driving for Swift I did wave to many even non Swift drivers and some waved at me, I was a considerate driver, I cant recall ever getting the finger from anyone so i guess I never pissed too many off....at least the drivers I could still see lol. Now 4 wheelers thats a whole different conversation.....not many days went by i did not see a friendly finger.