no comment12...it is only road movies: drive safe
compilation of clips from old road movies with trucks crashes...why do they always choise tankers?????
2:The Convoy (1980)
3: Black Dog (1998)
4:La Menace (1977)
DISCLAIMER: This video is PURELY fan made. It is in no way associated with the musical artist or the animation company. I do not own the song or the show, all material is used for my personal use and not for gain. All material is copyrighted to its original owners
How to empty a trailer
Dumping 35 tonnes of wood chips
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The Good, The Bad and Some Ugly Crashes
The 11-foot-8 bridge stood its ground for another year. In 2010, nine trucks and one RV crashed into this low-clearance bridge in Durham, North Carolina. The clearance of the bridge is clearly marked, yet drivers frequently don't realize that their vehicles are too tall. Since April 2008, I have recorded most of the crashes that occurred at this train trestle and you can see the footage on my YT channel and on my website 11foot8.com
I hope you enjoy this compilation and please drive safely!
Practical Motorhome Doubleback VW Camper review
Practical Motorhome's Jeremiah Mahadevan runs the rule over the stunning, innovative Doubleback camper, based on the venerable long-wheel base VW T5. UPDATE (13/05/2013): Danbury Motorcaravans has released a five-seater Doubleback.
Watch our video review here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9DcuewWOLI
For the full details, visit: http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/news/danbury-build-vw-doubleback
2 Big Truck Crash On Highway In Hebei (China)
Hebei Province recently because of rain led to a highway road slippery and there were several traffic accidents, surveillance video is recorded at the time of the two trucks on the road at high speed while drifting, and then hit a chain fence..
Spectacular truck crash at 11foot8 bridge
This is one of the more intense crashes of overheight vehicles at the
Gregson St Trestle I managed to capture on video. The truck came
hurtling at the bridge at maybe 40 to 45 MpH and was about a foot too
tall. The deceleration to zero MpH is intense. It took two hours to
peel the truck out from under the trestle.