“They’re not that bad. They do need to stop cutting across all lanes to get to an exit. I have seen four-wheelers in the center lane cut all the way across in front of everyone to get to an exit.”
“Have a little bit of respect for the truckers. But that respect goes both ways. We need to show respect to four-wheelers, too.”
“Four-wheelers panic too much. They get scared at the size of our trucks and just panic on the road.”
Power Waste System
“Be careful. Don’t try to outrun or beat a truck. You are fighting a losing battle.”
JD Express LLC
“Can’t we all be friends? We all need the road. Respect us, and we will respect you.”
“When entering the interstate, don’t slow down or stop, just speed up and get on the road.”
“Don’t be so reckless. Think first. You might save a life, even your own.”
“We can’t stop as fast as them. Trying to beat a truck is like trying to beat a train.”
“I wish that they knew and understood about blind spots in the mirrors and at the front corner of the truck.”
Pemberton Truck Lines
“Observe the restricted lanes for trucks. Most don’t even know about them.”
Santa Maria, Calif.
“Stay out of the way. Be a little more courteous and give a little more room.”
Next month’s question: What trucking regulation would you change? E-mail ovdeditors@eTrucker.com with your responses. Make sure you include your name, the name of your hometown and the name of the company you drive for.