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This was loaded up on you tube by a passing car, so I don’t have any more info. Maybe a Meritor axle?
NEWS 10 has a report on one of Central Valley’s truck hitting a bridge pillar after blowing a left front steer tire. The article states that the driver kicked out the driver’s side window to escape the burning truck along … Continue reading
I guess the pictures pretty much tells the whole story.
From KFBB.com For Don Kirkhart, owner of Big Sky Auto Transport, the fire behind his business caused quite the scare. “Yeah, it was pretty scary. We were trying to put it out. It started back here by some old cars … Continue reading
Damage claims come in two categories REAL and BOGUS. Documentation is important in both categories. When a customer submits a bogus claim for pre-existing damage you will need to be able to clearly prove it was there prior to loading. … Continue reading
According to The Mountain Enterprise they did get the trailer disconnected before the fire spread to the truck.
News 34 Binghamton has a report of a driver following GPS directions under a low bridge. His enclosed car carrier suffered extensive damage as well as damaging some of the vehicles being transported. I’m not sure why there is a … Continue reading
Reason number 3. Not maximizing truck capacity. You may be consistently loaded only one direction, You may be delivering partial loads to keep a customer, or it may be height or length laws causing empty positions on your hauler. Whatever … Continue reading