19 Loaded Truck Without a Wheel

Loaded Truck Without a Wheel

Posted on January 29, 2007 by

russian truck

This is a Russian truck going without a wheel.

It is fully loaded with some goods, but with a missing lane. It even doesn’t think about going by a right, lower speed lane, it goes at left lane – where the more speedy cars ride. Seems the driver doesn’t care at all that his truck is a little bit out of order.

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19 Responses to “Loaded Truck Without a Wheel”

  1. Stephen says:

    Ah, nothing like responsible drivers. :(

  2. karp says:

    damn, nobody had called the police to stop him?

  3. karp says:

    karp, 200 rubles will do :-D

  4. R.B. says:

    sorry put your nick in a wrong place

  5. R.B. says:

    karp, 200 roubles will do ;-)

  6. sbull.net says:

    Yikes that looks pretty dangerous, especially in winter driving conditions. But then again what he’s doing isn’t anyworse than


  7. Bishop Brennan says:

    That’s putting ridiculous amounts of pressure on the single right wheel. Any pothole could potentially burst the tyres.

  8. Texas1 says:

    I just love the way you bishops spell tires. :)

  9. void says:

    See red lights? I think it just stops and doesn’t move.

  10. Losha says:

    That is proper British spelling, check Oxford slovar.

  11. Bishop Brennan says:

    Yep, it’s the British English way of spelling tyres. The proper way as well. ;)

  12. illlich says:

    Tyres, tires, . . . I’m tired.

    languages are always changing.

    if you’ve ever wondered how so many languages could have formed out of the earliest Indo-european tongue (sanskrit?) just talk to a Jamaican in English– you will find it hard to beleive he’s speaking the same language. Better yet– get a Scottsman to speak to a Jamaican in English.

  13. Bishop Brennan says:

    Heh, try listening to a pikie (Irish traveller). Now that’s a task and a half!

  14. jordan says:

    the police! hahha yeah police haahhaaha

  15. illlich: sanskrit? No, proto-indo-european. Closest modern relative is lithuanian, I hear.

  16. rajshree says:

    very interesting n creative…..liked it!!

  17. Carla Laney says:

    great info thanks for discussing, hope you had a fantastic new year.

  18. AC says:

    Um, just take the left two tires off too, and throw them in the trailer, and then the trailer won’t be lopsided …

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