Blown Out Tire Causes Wreck

David G.
15,304 Views 5 months ago

Lucky Boris wasn't driving next to this big truck when its tire blew out. Never know when you'll see a big wreck out of nowhere.

24 Comments
  • sirfartsalot June 25, 2016

    A front tire blowout is a truckers worse fear! Those are the widow makers.

    +3
  • sbohica June 25, 2016

    "Hey, my Dads got an ultimate set of tools! We can fix it"

    +2
  • whobe June 25, 2016

    Holy shitski

    +3
  • crazyvet June 25, 2016

    The tire company will blame the truck driver for the wreck.

    +3
  • mordecai June 25, 2016

    When a cisterna truck crashes you gtfo asap, you never know what kind of nasty shit may spill from it

    +2
  • stenchfart June 25, 2016

    yeah that guy got the fuck back in his car..some sorta toxic shit

    +2
  • dracos June 25, 2016

    robbie,, why do you have so much bad luck buddy!!

    +2
  • darkmadness June 25, 2016

    I see truckers daily that drive with no thread on their tires at all.

    +2
  • truckingman June 25, 2016

    The tires on the front, steering, axle of a semi is about 120 to 125 psi but most truckers only fill this tires about 100 to 105 psi. With multiple retreading cycles of old tires, it is hard to know when a retread will blow...

    +2
  • nybadguy June 25, 2016

    Yeah let me park my car on the expressway and get out.

    +3
  • sbohica June 25, 2016

    @darkmadness, since when did they start making big rig tires out of thread u fucking idiot retard? I will send ya a needle and some rainbow thread and u can sew u some new tires... Fucking douche!

    -3
  • twofords June 25, 2016

    It drives me totally nuts when cars sit right beside a truck, if a blown tire doesn't damage your car or the cannon like bang scare the crap out of you and send you into the wall, then something like this could also happen. If that trucks gotta move, there may be just a tiny bit left of you when that truck grinds you against the wall.

    +2
  • woodchipper30 June 25, 2016

    ITS ME IN THE WATER TRUCK !!!!!!!!!!

    +0
  • sbohica June 26, 2016

    #thewicsguy life matters

    -1
  • ih8boston June 26, 2016

    All these vids make me not want to drive fast in the passing lane...that truck just barreled through that highway divider into oncoming traffic like a hot knife through butter...

    +1
  • vulture June 26, 2016

    @truckingman ... in the UK retreads and recuts are illegal on the front axle

    +0
  • darkmadness June 26, 2016

    Sbhoica Thread is the grip on the tires you dumb mother fucker. It's also responsible for traction. God damn why did your mother not abort your dumbass rather?

    +1
  • twofords June 26, 2016

    Surprising how ONE letter can make one word into a totally different word, thread and tread are slightly different lol.

    +1
  • dracos June 26, 2016

    @darkmadness- bohica is making fun of ability to spell, it's tread not thread.

    -2
  • sbohica June 26, 2016

    Its TREAD U DUMB MOTHERFUCKER! SPEAKING TO DARKMADNESS. That's how goddamn retarded u are, u insisted twice u were right! TREAD! Fucking dickhead!!!!!!

    +1
  • sbohica June 26, 2016

    Its thread sbohica, derp, derp! I'm so smart, THREAD DERP DERP. THEM THERE TIRES HAVE THREAD ON THEM, DUH DUH. Cocksuckin, dumbass, piece of shit faggot!!!! YEAH, YOU DARKTHREADMADNESS!!!!!! IDIOT

    +1
  • celtickhan June 27, 2016

    It has gotten to the point that I do not even look at the content. I just read the comments...

    +0
  • darkmadness June 27, 2016

    @Dracos If Sbohica ever owned a samsung S7 Edge he will know what auto spell correct is. Even when i spell Thread it gets replaced as Thread. I could also make fun of @Sbohica's Life because it seems pretty shit since he only comes on websites to seek attention or try to make fun of people but horribly fails.

    +0
  • darkmadness June 27, 2016

    The inline of the tyre actually do have thread layers along with the wire to make it stronger. SO @Sbohica who is the dumb mother fucker now. In many tires they use Nylon along with the wire to reinforce the inside layer of the Tyre.

    +0
 
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