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Please be aware of the roads you driving on!

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Evidently he needs lessons to tow that trailer and the guys pulling it out need some 'counselling' too........ With the drivers' skills he had no business on that road.

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There were 18 wheelers trailer and all going down the hairpin turns of pikes peak on my way up so that manicured road sure as hell isn't "passenger car only". Just people who don't know how to go slow.

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Personally I think he needs to sell the RV as salvage and sell the truck and find a small Geo to drive around... But that's just me. How can you forget that you have a monster trailer behind you and cram it through that tiny tunnel ripping all the roof equipment off and then forget your length and not adjust your corners properly?

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Personally I think he needs to sell the RV as salvage and sell the truck and find a small Geo to drive around... But that's just me. How can you forget that you have a monster trailer behind you and cram it through that tiny tunnel ripping all the roof equipment off and then forget your length and not adjust your corners properly?

C.R.S. can cause a man to do fuuunny things... :lol:

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... How can you forget that you have a monster trailer behind you and cram it through that tiny tunnel ripping all the roof equipment off and then forget your length and not adjust your corners properly? ...

I believe he was a government employee, due to the lack of proper judgement, so: When working for the government, you learn about properly wordage. There is a federally approved and acceptable explanation for accountability (F.A.& A.E.A.),,,,, for everything. The driver has to follow Federally Regulated & Approved Protocol Procedures, or what is know in DC as (F.R.A.P.P.). Then you are allowed to: forget, improperly state, improperly quote and so on.

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