Topic: Re: Dodge 3500 vs 4500 vs 5500|
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It's hard to argue safety when accidents involving 3500 trucks towing 18,000lbs don't seem any more common than 4500, 5500, or other medium-duty trucks towing that kind of weight.
You simply can NOT prevent all accidents! No matter how well the truck can control the load, there will always be situations that are unavoidable.
Safety starts with good equipment maintenance practices. Good brakes, good tires, good chains, and good binders are your best defense on the road.
You've been doing it with an F-350 since 1997 so you've got experience. Trucks have only gotten more powerful and stronger since then.
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