not necessarily…

1) it could have been a mechanical failure. (not the drivers fault)

2) the driver could have smoked the brakes causing it to happen. (most likely driver error, from various reasons)

i do believe that the trucking company gets a bill for the clean up.

if the driver is not given a ticket, can’t say if that “clears him” or not

best advice…??

learn the PROPER way to do a pre-trip to discover and get repaired any defects, adjust brakes if you have to..


LEARN how to PROPERLY descend down mountains. gearing, jake/engine brake, speed.



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