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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=66550
Submitted by: DiRF
Comments: 11  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 08-30-2007
View Stats Category: Truck
Description:
Renault Magnum


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#1
8-30-2007 @ 09:23:37 PM
Posted By : thirtyseven Reply | Edit | Del
European bigrigs are the coolest.

#2
8-30-2007 @ 09:32:46 PM
Posted By : 454Nova Reply | Edit | Del
looks a bit rediculous to me

#3
8-30-2007 @ 09:36:11 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
...and no, this isn't one of my photoshops where I added extra lights to the front :P

#4
8-30-2007 @ 10:09:50 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Other than American ones, yes :P

#5
8-30-2007 @ 10:19:23 PM
Posted By : Obsidian Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Western Star or GTFO.

#6
8-30-2007 @ 10:25:33 PM
Posted By : Adambomb Reply | Edit | Del
Western Stars are apparenly very popular in Australia and New Zealand.

#7
8-31-2007 @ 02:07:07 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
This just waits to be given to a Polish driver. He will be ordered to drive for 20 hours straight and will fall asleep. Because of that, the whole 60 ton road train will plow into a house or a car or a school bus or a bus stop full of people or something. Of course, the guy may choose to take some amphetamines to keep him awake. And still plow into the same things.

#8
8-31-2007 @ 02:09:34 AM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#7, does that actually happen over there?

#9
8-31-2007 @ 02:15:50 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
#8, All the time. The drivers are forced to drive long hours and nasty shit happens. Also, the trucks are routinely overloaded. Roads get ruts in them, foundations of buildings crack, bridges fall apart.

#10
8-31-2007 @ 02:20:04 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
Not too long ago I was passing one tir as we call them (from the TIR plaque most of them carried in the early 90s) and the guy suddenly started to drift into my lane, perhaps passing someone, I don't know. I do know he didn't indicate it. I ended up with my left wheels in the dirt before he noticed he was going to push me into the ditch/trees. And yes, I was in my tiny Renault at that time so I'd almost certainly die. Lucky for me, I have this stupid straight-through exhaust and he probably heard me (I always pass with my foot down to minimise the time I stay on the opposite lane).
I always get nervous around them, all I can see from my shoebox when I'm close to them are the wheels and that huge bumper.

[Edited by Sensekhmet on 8-31-2007 @ 02:20:21 AM]


#11
11-08-2013 @ 12:58:59 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
Until I really squinted, I thought the text in the windshield said, "Renault Trucks....See us in Hell."

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