1. Glenn E. says:

    The truck in the clip must have had two or more feet of snow on top. Which is probably why the follow car was filming it. Knowing it would fall off or get cleaved off eventually. But probably didn’t expect a snow explosion. The problem is that most trucks, drive around with s layer of ice or snow, on top, that can’t be seen from the ground. I’ve seen many a delivery truck running thru our town, days after a storm, with sheets and chunks of ice and snow flying off. And unless a cop is following them, nothing happens to discourage this. We’re getting “Speed cameras” near some schools. But nothing checks and IDs trucks with dangerous snow cover flying off. Even though it’s probably far more common in winter, than speeders.

  2. gildersleeve says:

    Ever see a road name sign, otherwise safely and permanently affixed to the underside of an overpass, split in two? Now you know how it happens.

    Hey StillWalkingPoint, you planning on raising your kids in the Bahamas or something? I expect my own grankids will have to deal with winters like I had to in 68 and 77-78. Those was some whoppers! Climate change doesn’t mean the end of harsh winters.

  3. Cap'nKangaroo says:

    #21 Glenn E said “The problem is that most trucks, drive around with s layer of ice or snow, on top, that can’t be seen from the ground.”

    I’ve lost count of the times this winter when my windshield has been blasted by sheets of ice flying off of cars and minivans where the driver (unless they are “little people”) HAD TO SEE the ice when they got in the vehicle.

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