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Getting Trucks Back in Control

April 20, 2014

For a time after the gas drilling boom hit the Northern Panhandle, it seemed as if most of the companies involved were trying hard to be good neighbors. Big trucks were preceded by pilot cars....

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F15Eagle

Apr-24-14 9:14 AM

wager that at least 1/3rd of them are illegally overweight and illegal anyway without proper permits.- killed a young lady in Tyler County a couple of years ago.

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mikeyd

Apr-20-14 9:27 AM

before these trucks ever arrived here it was against the law to drive left of center.

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uglyassmf

Apr-20-14 2:26 AM

I don't think they should allowed to run on the weekends. They own the roads 7 days a week. Even on Sundays you have to watch out for them. At least two days a week you would think people who just want ride their bicycles, motorcycles or just go for a family Saturday or Sunday ride ion the car in the country wouldn't have to put up with it. Trucks over a 14 foot box truck shouldn't be allowed on any roads aside of an interstate highway and so many yards off of an interstate ramp on Saturday and Sunday. It *****..to be cruising on your motorcyle and the next you know your dodging an 8 ton truck

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