I grew up with a stepfather who was a truck driver. He used to go all over the country, though now he works for a company that makes local trips. He had many faults as a person, but he always was a hard worker, and he did his best to provide a home for my mother and my little brother. As the years went by, I learned a lot about truck drivers, and this is something I use when I am on the highway with trucks. There are things the average car driver doesn’t know that can help keep them safe on the road. cek ongkir semua ekspedisi
One of the biggest gripes you will ever hear from a truck driver is how “four wheelers” drive. They use that term for any vehicle on the road that is not a freight hauling truck. Though it may sound like complaining, I know they have a legitimate gripe there. I drive a car and I can’t stand some other drivers on the road. The problem that a truck driver might have is that they can’t see as well as they want to, and often other drivers don’t realize that. Trucks have poor visibility and if you are darting in and out of traffic around them, you are in danger of getting hit. They can’t see you.
A truck driver can’t see you if you can’t see their side mirrors. At night, the problem is even worse. Though they can see your headlights, they may be blinded by them, and they can’t judge where you are on the road. If you are behind or beside a truck driver when they signal a lane change, it is in your best interest to get out of the way or back off so they can move over safely. An accident in that case won’t be pretty. Even though technically the accident would be their fault, do you really want it to happen? You may not live to point the finger, I assure you.
Though you may come upon a rude truck driver that may mess with your on the road, you should know that most of them will show you the same respect that you show them. Remember that they are often tired and they spend a lot of time on the road. For the most part, if you show a truck driver respect, he or she will return the favor. If you do happen upon a very rude truck driver, it is in your best interest to back off and keep some distance. When it comes down to it, in a confrontation between a car and a truck, the truck will always win. Use your best judgment.