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Old 03-06-2010, 04:05 PM
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what i could do with a set of those, while escorting the wide loads, there are people walking or riding bikes on 2 lane roads, they have no idea what is coming up behind them & my regular horns hardly get their attention, they think i'm just beeping at them, not that i am actually trying to warn them to look in back of them, i just let the truck driver know about them & hope he can avoid them
i'd be a parking lot terror with them too, when a driver backs out of a space heading right at my truck & making my butt grab at the seat
make old women throw grocery bags high into the air just kiddin'
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