The scrap hauler that I drove was a double roll off, 90 foot long. Called a super train, as it was a 4 axle lead and a 9 foot spread, with a tandem converter. Both trailers were live. And yes I had to back around some corners. Once I picked up a load and the guy told me there was a low ton bridge ahead. It was a narrow road and I had dropped the pup out at the edge of the road. So I had to back up a little over a 1/2 mile to get back out. I still don't know if there really was or not. It had 165000# plates on it. [/img].
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