Is it so hard in the middle of the Nevada desert, to move over for a broken down vehicle? Is that just asking too much of some of you window licking idiots?
This is a violation of the law in many, if not most, states now. This truck made no effort whatsoever to move over. The car was past him by the time he reached the cop. Even if it wasn’t, he could’ve slowed down and easily moved over.
TRY to MOVE OVER for vehicles on the side of the road!
Well, at least he didn’t take my hood off?
Why why why why are there so many vids like this? I don’t even bother to upload all of them; I’d have to sit here all day. Pathetic.
Des Moines, IA. I guess he wanted some solitude and took a nice parking spot in the woods. At least it stayed upright.
Here we go again. Indianapolis, IN 14 July 2019. Truck plows into traffic and kills several. Speeding in construction zone.
On the company’s CSA record, it shows the same tractor plate number being cited twice in the past (May 2019, July 2019) for following distance. Is this the same driver? I’d say chances are excellent, considering they only have 23 trucks. Once the CSA is updated, we will know if it was the same truck. That does not necessarily indicate it was the same driver, just presents a high probability. Only law enforcement knows that but it will be interesting to find out.
Weston Transportation, DOT # 453243
Sigh. Why. What is WRONG with you people?
Why is it so hard to keep your business in your own lane? I really despise you fools that cannot manage your machines. You represent great risk to everyone around you.
Yet one more truckdriver that cannot manage to keep his business in his own space. Pathetic.
Really, MVT? Your trucks are slow, dude. Did you think for a minute that maybe the truck you cut in on (me!) was holding back on purpose? Are you stupid? Are you new? Are you an idiot? I’m thinking yes to the prior three questions. It is drivers just like YOU that have ruined, and continue to ruin, this industry. You suck.
Hello… just… why?
So this truck driver pigs the left lane for far too long and then, when the car is understandably sick of it, he decides to move over without looking. The car is forced to take the shoulder and appears to nearly wreck.
The vid was fast forwarded for a time while the truck was in the left lane because it was boring so it may appear he wasn’t there long. He was. Far too long.
It’s surprising this hasn’t happened long before now. Our system is, and has been, seriously broken in the trucking industry for some time.
What a maddening, horrible, awful and completely foreseeable thing this was.
Driver: Rogel Lazaro Aguilera-Mederos, a 23 year old Cuban in the United States on a visa, with a valid CDL and a limited grasp of the English language.
Carrier he was driving for: Castellano 03 Trucking LLC U.S. DOT# 3029296
12010 Fork Creek Dr., Houston, TX
Name: Yaimy Galan
CSA Profile for Castellano 03 Trucking LLC
Vehicle Maintenance on CSA
(Possible) plate # R375344 VIN – 1FUJBBCG74LM405242004 – 2004 FreightlinerST120 (This is one of the carrier’s trucks; whether it was the one involved is still in question.) This plate received the following tickets:
This is the registration address of the Castellano 03 trucking company:
Original dashcam of driver missing runaway ramp: https://www.facebook.com/olvera.pedro.1/videos/869226736743573/
Hey Holland, if you can’t handle the speed well enough to keep it in your lane, maybe your dumb ass should slow down. Just a thought.
Fast and Swift are not usually used in the same sentence. I am not used to being passed by a Swift trailer, but here it is lol. So this guy is apparently an O/O, but in my humble opinion, not a very good one.
The turn signal being turned on before he was anywhere near past me was pretty rookie-like, but the coming over on me was REALLY rookie-like.
You make it too easy, Swift.