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This is what happens with Fisher Price Drivers LIcenses.
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Pana (reviewer) 3 years ago
Employee of the month.
datastreamdude 3 years ago
one of the funniest things i seen in a long time.
c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago
Poor guy Was pretty stupid, yet I must also question the design of a weight carrying vehicle tipping over while carrying weight.
Tehrasha 3 years ago
Driver was screwing around, attempting front-wheel balance.... and failing.
I have seen similar, though instead of a bucket of dirt ending up on the driver, it was a bucket of sludgy pig manure.
cretia 3 years ago
lol i like it when he spills it on himself classic!
SiguRos 3 years ago
I think his buddies were playing a joke on him.
PortugaL26 3 years ago
i guess the Boss was out that day uh
UncleLee 3 years ago
Hurrah for rented equipment!!!
ilysian 3 years ago
I would rent that just to have fun, not for work.
moon-trial 3 years ago
Judging by the way he drives, and the surroundings, it happened in Montréal
ringmaster 3 years ago
Why isn't this in Ownage? Design flaw?
Zebulun 3 years ago
To those questioning the tipping of the vehicle... This is how Skid Steers work. They tip back and forth pretty easily and although the tip backwards they almost never go all the way back.
Tipping forward is no big deal as you simply lower the bucket to right yourself. This is a common occurrence on these machines.
When the guys say "you have to go higher", it's a dead giveaway there's a rookie in the cab, anyone who has ever driven a skid steer knows that LAST thing you do is travel with a load and the bucket above you. You ALWAYS carry the load low to the ground. This is the FIRST rule you learn and these guys are clearly teaching it to him
3 years ago
400 x 290 px
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