four-wheelers

Brad Kuhn presents ‘Another 4 minute ride with a truck driver’

Following his first-such compilation, reader Brad Kuhn offered this "compilation of videos from my dashcam focusing on aggressive driving by passenger vehicles around big trucks."

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Joseph Stelzer and another hauler cut off in ‘Crazy California driver’

A little white-knuckle moment caught by Stelzer's dashcam -- yet another example of reckless behavior by those with whom truckers share the road.

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Notes on self-care

Notes on self-care

Dealing with stress with some me time: “Well, I'm sitting under my desk with the cat, a bag of marshmallows and a fuzzy blanket. In my world, that's perfectly fine, but I feel like others may judge the situation harshly.” ...

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Howard Salmon presents ‘Oops, wrong way’

Trucker captures pickup driver entering an on-ramp headed, well, the wrong way.

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Lester Slow presents ‘Trucking with crazy’

This reader's son helped edit this collection of clips captured at various locations around the United States. What do they have in common? Drivers behaving badly, Slow says.

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Abracadabra autonomous!

Abracadabra autonomous!

“They’re not opponents of tech, but it might be a failure of imagination" --Venture capitalist on disconnect between truckers' expectations of self-driving tech and those of the folks in Silicon Valley. Wendy: "Let's slow the row on the imagination-bashing a little and get real."

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‘WB 70 shoulder: An expressway of one’s own’ — from the dashcam of Colin Young

Colin Young was westbound on I-70 "coming down Floyd Hill in Colorado." Traffic was creeping along, and a pickup-truck driver decided to take matters into his own hands, safety be ... well, you know.

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Dashcam to the rescue: Trucker assists law enforcement twice — in two days — with video evidence

Two days, two near-fatalities with plenty of motorist impatience at fault caught on the dashcam of independent owner-operator Howard Salmon. In both incidents, Salmon provided a principle piece of evidence to local law enforcement in Sarasota and Palmetto, Fla.

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Common ground: New Mexico’s inspection-heavy enforcement program

Common ground: New Mexico's inspection-heavy enforcement program

Capt. Greg Kerr of the New Mexico Department of Public Safety’s truck-enforcement unit has thoughts about highway safety that truck drivers may find familiar and sensible. Chiefly: He understands that four-wheelers are ‘part of the problem’ with safety.

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‘I’ve been waiting nine seconds, and that’s unacceptable’

'I've been waiting nine seconds, and that's unacceptable'

"There's a whole bunch of folks traveling out there who better either find Jesus or a happy place to go when they hit a highway full of governed trucks – almost 6 million of them, all going the exact same speed. Good luck, y'all."

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