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05-29-2013 13:18:31

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Back in around the late 90s I drove dump truck in this area and did a lot of road type stuff and saw a lot of crazy things go on. Worked one job where there was no place to turn around so you had to drive a mile one way to dump the load then back up that same mile to get another load

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05-29-2013 17:56:17

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 Re: info on a wc in reply to old, 05-29-2013 13:18:31  

my late uncle used to be an over the road box truck and semi driver.

he said he used to deliver to this place in new yourk that you had to back into a 2 block causeway between 2 buildings to unload. and it was right off a 2 lane street. YIKES!

i'da been fired the first day!

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05-29-2013 20:40:15

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 Re: info on a wc in reply to soundguy, 05-29-2013 17:56:17  
I have out run people driving into my drive way. Me going back ward and then got forwards but yet I can go fast then they do. Then at one point do what is called a HP turn around and slide the front of a car or truck side ways to a point that your going forwards and take off. But then I did do some stunt driving when I was a lot younger

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