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What NOT To Do In Front of a SEMI Truck!

I’m not really sure why it’s such a hard concept for a lot of drivers to ...

I’m not really sure why it’s such a hard concept for a lot of drivers to grasp, but when a truck is moving as much weight as a semi truck is, you definitely need to give them more space in just about every situation. As the smaller car, you forfeit the right of way and should probably act accordingly as to give these big rigs enough space to maneuver safely. However, thanks to people who don’t know any better, inconsiderate drivers who are just trying to get ahead, and those who might have just fallen asleep behind the wheel for a second, failing to notice such situations, lots of precarious moments can unfold for those behind the wheel of a semi truck.

In this one, we check out a collection of offenses that show you exactly what you should NOT do should you happen to be in front of such a machine. Sudden movements in close proximity while driving certainly isn’t a way to start off driving next to a vehicle like thism however, as you see from the people in this video, that’s exactly what they do! You should use this video as an exact carbon copy of things that you should never try out behind the wheel. When it comes down to it, you can be in control of your own destiny of if you want to get clobbered by such a massive machine or not. It just takes some patience and awareness.

Check out the video down below that puts you behind the wheel of some of the big rigs from across the country that have come up against some rather hairy situations. Moments like this really show you why everybody on the road, whether or not they are driving a big rig, should really be on their toes to make sure that we can all have a safer and more headache free experience.





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