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RV boo-boos: Trailer smacked from behind on the freeway. Ouch!

“We expected our RV adventure would be once we got there—not on the freeway!” might have been the explanation given on this one. We don’t know, but without a doubt, the RVer in this story, hit from behind on the freeway, probably had a few colorful things to say.

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Got to hand it to the RVer. Despite the rather rude hit, they kept the rig on the road. Even remembered to use their turn signal as they apparently headed for the shoulder.

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Donald N Wright
1 month ago

“But officer, I did not see the travel trailer”. The little red car made a quick exit !

Carlson Mary
1 month ago

It appears that the truck/camper was moving into the left lane with no turn signals and didn’t realize there was a car coming up behind. Could have been a terrible accident.

Mike
1 month ago
Reply to  Carlson Mary

How in the world did you come to that conclusion. i watched it four times to try to see what you were talking about. No way that trailer was moving left.

T. Hudson
1 month ago

Person towing the camper did a good job of holding it steady, until getting off the road.

Bob p
1 month ago

Probably texting!

Ken
1 month ago
Reply to  Bob p

Yup

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