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eddie2042 3 years ago
When people want gas, people get gas.
Baboon 3 years ago
is this even legal????
Oddi 3 years ago
I hope there isnt any close turn ahead hangin off a cliff above gulf of mexico...Shell will claim the fault is the roads company for not having railroad tracks there
americanu33 3 years ago
Damn! Imagine the disaster if that thing crashed.
D-Pen 3 years ago
"Well, lets save gas by..." you can smell this irony from a mile away...
Electric-snot 3 years ago
How does he stop? It seems it would take like 1 minute to stop it at that speed!
iovnzu 3 years ago
what if the driver realises: Oh sh*t! Wrong way... Gotta turn around...
Tareim (admin) 3 years ago
this is quite a small roadtrain tbh
#2 in Australia it certainly is.
#6 from what I remember (from watching a tv show about it) it takes a couple of miles to stop from top speed
owner 3 years ago
i've seen this once.
my sister was driving and thought that she can take over, but we were shocked that it's actually really really really looongg.....
and the size of it makes you wonder how the driver passed the test to get the license.
marx0012 3 years ago
one thing is sure, he cant drive reverse with that thing.....
prankphonecall 3 years ago
#2 it's legal in certain part (on certain road) in Australia. From memory the longest common road train is 6 trailers. May world record attemps have been made i'm sure you can look them up - some with over 100 trailers, but obviously this isn't commercially viable.
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smartpatrol 3 years ago
I admit that is a long truck but its not really a road train. A proper road train is much longer
Maffis 3 years ago
These trucks don't really turn or anything. They drop of the tanks of gas near the road at stations.
c2quad 3 years ago
This is the last ,nope
This one should be ,nope
That was the final one yeh,nope
It Wont End
Dauntless 3 years ago
Is the first one the trucks fuel tank?
Highmeadow 3 years ago
I wouldn't think the stopping distance would be much greater - a standard truck has 18 wheels, I counted 98 wheels on that train of 4 trailers, so that equals 24.5 wheels per "truck", and they usually all have brakes.
It would be a bitch to get around if you were trying to merge at an on-ramp, though!
d3vill0ck 3 years ago
I'm quite curious on how much time it takes for the truck to accelerate from 0 to 100km/h and how much gears does the truck actually have? I'm not much into trucks but I know that a truck with 1 trailer had 10 gears or something?
mastagops 3 years ago
oh shit, how does that guy turn
slayer_x911 3 years ago
Imagine the horsepower..
max2000 3 years ago
She'll Love me, She'll Love me NOT, She'll Love me, ..She'll Love me NOT
joka232 3 years ago
LOL!!! the cornering must be difficult
medicino 3 years ago
we're fools, spin the totem, this is a dream, they are trying for an inception on us.
Nifen 3 years ago
They are actually really annoying road trains. If your driving accross Australia at night, you think one is coming, so you pull over. but you can wait for hours because they are soooo far away even though they look only a few hundred meters in front of you.
So warning don't drive at night across australia it will drive you nutty
I think but not 100% sure, i think they have there own speed limit as well, as in they have a higher speed limit then everyone else.
rascha 3 years ago
Nobel prise who park that in reverse
etc947 3 years ago
lol im pretty much sure it wud b impossible to overtake this thing!!
3 years ago
320 x 240 px
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