TRUCKS on a HILL - How an icy hill ruins a German trucker's day.........
It has been snowing for some weeks now and our town ran out of salt. So
most smaller roads are quite slippery. The one shown here is no exception,
most trucks spin out here. There are three ways of getting out of that. a)
reverse down the whole hill b) drive through the road on the left c) manage
to get your truck in the LIDL parking lot to the right, which is
narrow...and most trucks get stuck in the snowdrifts on the right side of
the entrance and the left side of the road.....the day before this was
recorded, a truck was stuck there for 30 minutes, but witness someone
easily breaking that record.....
Truckers stop pursuit
Truckers help police stop a dangerous chase and may have possibly saved
lives that day.
This IS the real video guys!! If you want to see the fake video, it's
called "How to out cycle a police car"
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world,LARGEST,BIGGEST,HEAVIEST,ing of the road in Central Queensland
Australia. Seen around Goonyella, Moranbah off the Peak Downs Highway,On
February 18, 2006, an Australian built Mack truck with 113 semi-trailers,
2,865,980 pounds (1,299,987 kg) and 4,836 ft 11 in (1,474.3 metres) long,
pulled the load the longest road train (multiple loaded trailers) ever
pulled with a single prime mover. It was on the main road of Clifton,
Queensland, that 70-year-old John Atkinson claimed a new record, pulled by
a tri-drive Mack Titan.
Semi truck JumpAsh Nichols flew the ford LTL 101.9 feet to a safe landing.
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285 Ton Oversize Load Putting A Flat Spot In The Roosevelt Lake Bridge
It was just after 7am. on August 16th, 2011, when this 285 ton anode made
it's way over the Roosevelt Lake Bridge on Arizona Highway 188. This anode
was on the final leg of it's long slow journey from Salt Lake City to the
Freeport-McMoRan copper and gold mine in Miami, Arizona. It was reported
that the anode weighed 285 tons and it's tranport rig stretched 225 feet.
Proof that this was a heavy load can be seen as the load progresses across
the bridge. Watch the concrete walls and the fencing on them and you will
see their upward arch flatten out as the load crosses!