Discussion in 'Experienced Truckers' Advice' started by Ridlingdj, Dec 28, 2019.
His fog lights are on.
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I've hit for like that many times on I-80 in Wyoming. I'm usually doing 45 with my 4 ways on just shaking my head as the other drivers blow past me doing 70+.
There was fog, after all.
It made him feel safe.
I'll shut down for heavy fog just as quickly as I will for heavy snow, icy conditions, wind, torrential rain...
I'm a coward, but I'm still alive and have my job.
Looks like that driver was hauling that high cotton, and that song from Alabama popped in my head lol
Sock sandaled foot up on the dash looking for füsball?
Not just truckers. Too many drivers believe that the posted limit is the minimum, especially in bad weather and at night.
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Half the trucks on the road run fog lights all the time these days