Jun 282015
Samsung Projects Oncoming Traffic Onto Rear Of Semi-Truck To Reduce Car Accidents

Almost one person dies every hour in Argentina from a traffic accident. This usually occurs when someone tries to pass the car in front of them on a two way road. To battle this epidemic, Samsung of Argentina devised a genius solution: a semi-truck that projects oncoming traffic onto the rear of the truck so motorists can see when it is safe to overtake. This video has gone viral with over 1.5 million views!


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Feb 082015
Ford F150 Tows Semi Truck During Chicago Blizzard

After many days of hard work, most of America has finally cleared all that white stuff that slammed much of the country last week. Rage Haiku was walking around Chicago after the blizzard and saw a semi-truck had become stuck in the snow.

Thankfully, his brother with a Ford F-150 was close by and was happy to help out. Surprisingly, the 4×4 Ford pulled the giant 18-wheeler out of the snow. Ford should make this a commercial… 


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Nov 242014
Semi-Truck Jumps Over Race Car

Technology company EMC wanted to show off the precision of their computing powers, so they commissioned this mind blowing world record stunt. Not only did they had a full semi-truck perform a daring jump, but they had a race car quickly zip underneath the truck while it was in the air. This video has gone viral over the weekend with over 5 million hits!


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Oct 072014
Train Smashes Semi Truck Stuck On Train Tracks

It looks like a scene from a Hollywood movie or action packed TV show. But this is totally real life. While travelling through the small town of Mer Rouge, Louisiana, David and his friends watched in horror as a semi-truck hauling a giant crane became stuck on the train tracks. They could hear the train horn howling and could only watch as the train smashed through the truck like butter. 


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May 152014
Truck Smashes Into Overpass

You know those signs that tell you how tall the upcoming overpass is while driving on the highway? Those aren’t there just to offer you trivial information. Trucks can only pass under certain heights and must always be aware of how tall an overpass is. This Long Island commuter noticed a truck driving on a car-only parkway and expected trouble. Sure enough, the tractor trailer smashed into an overpass which was too short. Ouch.


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