Semi vs Sebring

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  1. Trucking in Tennessee

    Trucking in Tennessee Road Train Member

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    It was no contest. This guy lost control trying to merge from 575 to 75 s in Atlanta last night. Unfortunately he managed to go right under my trailer. Fortunately he walked away bruised but very alive. 20191130_194621.jpg 20191130_194600.jpg 20191130_194225.jpg 20191130_202452.jpg
     
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  2. kemosabi49

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  3. bryan21384

    bryan21384 Road Train Member

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    Oh my goodness, if the driver if that car walked out of that without a scratch, they better go buy a lottery ticket
     
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  5. Trucking in Tennessee

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    Classic case of a merging issue. He was merging but a dummy cut across the white stripes and beat him to the hole. He snapped it right then over corrected to the left.
     
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  6. Cowboyrich

    Cowboyrich Light Load Member

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    Looks like that may be a better built car than I thought, glad for both of you he walked away.
     
  7. lovesthedrive

    lovesthedrive Is here to help

    Hopefully the 4 wheeler pays more attention to their driving next time
     
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  8. mjd4277

    mjd4277 Road Train Member

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    That isn’t a Sebring,that’s a full-size Chrysler Concorde/LHS.
    Last ones were built in 2004. Looks like the remaining ones just became more valuable!
    Chrysler Concorde - Wikipedia

    That wreck is as bad as the Cavalier that whacked into my tandems a couple years back.
     
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  9. Infosaur

    Infosaur Road Train Member

    Yeah, Concord.
    Love the looks.
    Fear the reliability.

    Hard to find them anymore.
     
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  10. Mike250rs

    Mike250rs Medium Load Member

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    Glad he is ok, but insurance costs more for convertables...
     
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