Greatest tractor picture ever

Discussion in 'Swift' started by Cat sdp, Oct 30, 2017.

  1. MACK E-6

    MACK E-6 Moderator Staff Member

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    No. Actually the one they hit is an 11’6” bridge on St. Lo Dr in Baltimore.
     
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  3. dieselpowered

    dieselpowered Medium Load Member

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    Common sense - you should all know how to fly Boeing 747 like me and do it better because I said.



    Your right not everything is black and white how about us brown folks you forgot us huh there's only one part of me darker than most black folks and that's for the ladies. Your constant dislike for swift is apparent I don't know maybe they did some unspeakable things to you may be that's why these people all been drinking that's hatorade. Maybe its just Megas yes some Megas are terrible to each individual's experience.

    You could ask 10k drivers and their answer will change and they all went through similar training. what's different is the person who takes that knowledge they acquired and made their judgment we all do this to just about everything in life. You say swift should be held accountable

    If a guy decides to watch porn while driving has a wreck but hey he's driven 20 years the company is at fault. In those 20 years, he's jumped a lot of jobs some because of poor decisions. How about this one a man and a woman get by a semi get in front of him slam on the breaks immediately, he is found guilty simply because 2 weeks ago he messed up on his log so the evidence points to say he shouldn't have even been at that location where the wreck happen. They award the couple millions of dollars and the kid in the car chair wasn't even buckled learning to fly for a few secs and the parent won't be held accountable for the child not being buckled.

    The last case a person comes up beside a semi then set cruise control while talking on cell phone one hand the other hand on the wheel, lost control of steering wheel hits a semi on the left side his semi the driver of the car gets a broken back and smashed car. The driver is found at fault distracted driving he had music playing he was using from his phone which was in the back of the bunk AUX jack attached to the radio. But the driver of the car received nothing at his expanse, 5 weeks later has another accident in his new boat hitting a jet ski at 55 mph and he gets run over by his own boat when he was thrown from boat and the boat went in a circle running him over with the prop.

    The reason they sue companies is easy money and no one wants to take responsibility for there own actions. A company can recruit the best driver out there but if they decide today they want to relax get distracted have a serious accident they will be most likely at fault because the odds are against them regardless why so many cases don't get heard because they rather make a settlement then go public.
    these companies are cash cows and some people will go out of there way to get hit to make there entitled money Walmart is prob the most common example.
     
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  4. Roberts450

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    FD780C52-12AA-4044-9DBF-8CB6AF13F96B.jpeg I apologize for picking on our military guys but its funny.
     
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  5. JonJon78

    JonJon78 Road Train Member

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  6. Goodysnap

    Goodysnap Road Train Member

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    I love watching Ron's videos. Hes not the fastest tow guy, but hes always safe.
     
  7. not4hire

    not4hire Road Train Member

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    I think I know why he hit something.

    "Tellin' people I ain't gonna try and hit nothin'"​

    Used a double-negative, so... he was tryin' to hit somthin'
     
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  8. Bakerman

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    Don’t know why he’s got his tandem slid all the way back if he’s only got 16,000 pounds in the box, should’ve slid his tandems forward after pulling away from the dock.
     
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  9. MGE Dawn

    MGE Dawn Heavy Load Member

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    That particular customer requires you to have your tandems all the way to the rear as long as you're in their yard. It was stated in the video
     
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  10. scottied67

    scottied67 Road Train Member

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    Yep, most customers these days want you to slide the tandems back before you even enter their facility and keep them back until you leave their property.

    But sometimes I really have to wonder if drivers are getting stuck or wrecked out on purpose in Ron's territory so they can be featured on his channel lol.
     
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  11. gentleroger

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    Is that PG in Neely's Landing?
     
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