- May 19, 2020
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Apparently I can't figure out the interweb so all I can do is link FB video
Looks like 1981K20 hasn't been tamed yet
We have a thread somewhere else-
In the Tow Rigs & Trailers under "beeg stoopid loads"
This is actually local to me and word has it that he traveled over 200 miles like this before being stopped by DOT and put out of service. Redneck hauling at it's finest
Everboob, Eviltwit, Gregj...
Oh, wait... now I get the question.
I wish I coulda seen them load that.
That's impressive. No way I would have thought that pickup could pull that trailer up a hill that steep.
Alberta SheriffsLike Page
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shown just how important commercial carriers are to keeping the supply chain moving.
Commercial vehicle enforcement helps ensure that people, in addition to the goods we rely upon, can safely reach their destination by taking unsafe vehicles and drivers off the road.
Last week, a member of the Sheriff Highway Patrol stopped this driver near Grimshaw and documented 21 violations during an inspection, including:
• load not secured to trailer
• no working brakes on the trailer
• exceeding rated weight of tires by 3,000 kg
• expired registration
During the inspection, the officer also noted that the trailer hitch had no locking mechanism – meaning the only thing keeping it attached to the vehicle was the sheer weight of the load on the trailer.
Fines issued to the operator totalled just over $3,800 and the vehicle was placed out of service.
You figure it's cool for anyone to load that up and head down the road?
Spotted this in a Walmart parking lot in NM a month or so ago.....