Hit and Run

Discussion in 'Questions To Truckers From The General Public' started by StephDR, Oct 9, 2019.

  1. StephDR

    StephDR Bobtail Member

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    There was a semi in the Princeton, KY area that a hit a truck and left the scene. The victim remembers seeing the word Indent or Indeed on truck and the words are shaped like a mountain. Anyone have an idea of what trucking company he may be referring too?
     
  2. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

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    Indeed resolves to job hiring boards.

    Indent resolves to a Canadian OilField hauling company.

    Without a dash cam footage in the victims car etc there is really no way to trace a particular company unless one of their trucks should show up again in the future int he victims area.

    Morale of the story, buy a dash cam tonight if you have not already.
     
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  3. Veteran driver

    Veteran driver Medium Load Member

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    I thought about mountain river trucking.
     
  4. TaterFox

    TaterFox Medium Load Member

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    Totally agree with the dash cam, heck you can get a cheap one for 50 at Wally world. Takes a decent video too, and can download videos to your phone.
     
  5. Flat Earth Trucker

    Flat Earth Trucker Medium Load Member

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    What happened here was a LSA or Leaving the Scene of an Accident, not hit and run. The latter refers to leaving the scene where personal injury has occurred, whereas LSA involves only property damage.

    We can thank lamestream tv news for this.
     
  6. G13Tomcat

    G13Tomcat Road Train Member

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    @Chinatown can confirm, but the 'newer' rigs..... say "in'Daeske'" ... iirc.
     
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