Did I do That?
I’m not a mechanic, but I’ll take a look!
Well let’s open ‘er up & find out what smells…
Dip stick goes where?
Your headlights are out.
I don’t know why, but the last guy that drove this rig told me to watch out for a little rear end shimmy.
I think we’re minutes away from finding out where the rubber meets the road.
My temperature gauge keeps rising…
Hey Sven, did you just hear a little voice say “lube job?”
Even truckers have guardian angels.
I hope they pulled far enough off the road or somebody is gonna get rear-ended.
“What are you haulin’?”
“A big load of wood.”
Ok Viktor, I’ll pump while you check the exhaust.
The first lesson in teaching someone to drive a truck is to show them how to grab the shift knob and move it into position.
Let’s open ‘er up and she what she can do.
Let me think, Vlad…I’m trying to figure out how to describe to you how to get your equipment into a loading dock…
We’re about to get a demonstration of what a Trucker’s Log is.
See Gunnar, you can tell what fluid is leaking by observing what color it is.
Fasten your seat belt, it’s gonna be a wild ride.
Is that an extended cab, or are you just glad to see me?
That rear bumper looks like it could use some work.
I don’t need a road atlas to see where this is goin’.
“Breaker good buddy…I got a bare report on the Liberec highway.”
Damn, DJ! You had me cryin’ over here! Good to see you’re in top form!
A trucker’s favorite song…“Nothin’ On But The Radio”.
Quit complaining about how stiff your shifter is, Otto. Just slam it in and drive that thang home!
When I was haulin’ my lumber around the country, the “lot lizards” didn’t look anything like that…
Look what progress our friends in Eastern Europe have made in the past two decades.
This same scene in the 1980s:
Please don’t tell me about your dreams again, Vaclav. That one you keep having about the big powerful truck entering the tunnel is just your imagination.
Here’s what happens when a trucker spots a nekkid woman on the road:
Poor guy. His next pickup is at Viagara Falls.
You guy’s need a hand?
Have you seen any trucks, mate?
The driveshaft needs to be lubricated well before usage.
Your balljoint is almost worn out, Reinholt. You’d better let me take over from here.
How a tire was fixed in eastern Europe before 1989:
When doing maintenance beside the road always use flashers.
LOL – Too funny
DJ your posts cracked me up ty 🙂
“Hi Mac! How’s your Peterbilt?”
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