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Log on…log off

This poor trucker probably wishes he was behind a computer and not behind the wheel of this semi.  This video brings a new meaning to “log on and then log off.”

The video has been viewed over 645,000 times within hours of posting on Facebook.

Courtesy: John Clark

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3 Comments

Loggers and steel haulers are some of the most difficult trucks to drive and some of the most dangerous. People are killed when these loads are lost. I have seen a logger lose the load the logs roll into gas pumps and crush a lady who was pumping her gas.

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