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    Visiting Auckland for the weekend, driving on the motorway and I hear one hell of a bang rattle and squeal. I start looking around with a wtf was that look on my face, to see that the truck moving a digger in the lane next to me (and 1 car back) was a little too high for the bridge. He made it through but trimmed some concrete off the underside of the bridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pineapple View Post
    Visiting Auckland for the weekend, driving on the motorway and I hear one hell of a bang rattle and squeal. I start looking around with a wtf was that look on my face, to see that the truck moving a digger in the lane next to me (and 1 car back) was a little too high for the bridge. He made it through but trimmed some concrete off the underside of the bridge.
    dumb ass driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    not mine, I have seen a 6. something surtees on the ramp here at Nelson off the trailer but still attached to the winch with car and trailer further up the ramp. No safety chain and rachet failure on winch. Looked nasty really felt for the guy who owned it. No one needs that
    Yesterday coming in in the dingy to rocky point at Monaco I see an older fiberglass boat beached with the stern very low in the water,bildge pump on, bloke and his missus bailing it out.....didnt have the heart to take a photo but clearly a launched without bung in.
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    This one is ~ 15 years ago.....but still makes my sphincter contract........and the closest I got to it was getting the pics via email!

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    Jeezus that is a goody
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Jeezus that is a goody
    As Maxx said, that would definitely make your puckered poo hole clench down tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    Jeezus that is a goody
    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    As Maxx said, that would definitely make your puckered poo hole clench down tight.
    Ya have to wonder how the hell it happened? must have been going lots faster than the truck and rammed up the arse of it on a straight road?
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    Looking at the pants looks like his pucker valve let go
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Ya have to wonder how the hell it happened? must have been going lots faster than the truck and rammed up the arse of it on a straight road?
    High level road?
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    High level road?
    Whats a high level road? going by the extreme over lenght id guess its a private forestry road public are not allowed on and by the flatness of the terrain Id guess central NI
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Whats a high level road? going by the extreme over lenght id guess its a private forestry road public are not allowed on and by the flatness of the terrain Id guess central NI
    Yup,runs from Napier/Taupo road through to Murapara,all sealed now,permit only road
    Or I'm confused with the "million dollar" road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    High level road?

    Yes...I understand so.

    From memory the narrative went something like "......speeding car smoking through dust cloud and rammed up the back of the stems unit on Goudies.....went ~ 7 metres up the stems till it hit the back of the truck. Car driver and passenger bailed out, with most serious injury being a broken arm. Truck driver knew nothing until a truck passing in the opposite direction called him on the R/T and said you got summink hanging on behind you......truck had travelled 2 or 3 km by that point, I recall. Someone went back and found the 'victims' on the side of the road.

    A case perhaps of the truth being stranger than fiction...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    Yup,runs from Napier/Taupo road through to Murapara,all sealed now,permit only road
    Or I'm confused with the "million dollar" road.
    With respect, confused, I'd suggest.

    'Million Dollar road' is Bonish Rd, which goes from Kaingaroa to McKee Rd, which goes to Kawerau. All sealed.

    Goudies and High Level run between SH 38 and SH 5. Part sealed, but mostly unsealed last time I drove it, but that was some time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxx View Post
    With respect, confused, I'd suggest.

    'Million Dollar road' is Bonish Rd, which goes from Kaingaroa to McKee Rd, which goes to Kawerau. All sealed.

    Goudies and High Level run between SH 38 and SH 5. Part sealed, but mostly unsealed last time I drove it, but that was some time ago.
    Right,mostly driven at night to get to Clements rd from Whakatane.a wiles ago.
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    I wonder if that big smoke in his gob had something to do with it
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