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    Wow, how many of you guys can do this with a full size motor coach like this?

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    Do what?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLVD Limo View Post
    Do what?
    There is youtube video embedded in my original post. For some reason, it only shows up on my PC running IE9 as it won't show on my IPAD using Safari. Here is a direct link to the youtube video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBcsQcOyuIo
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    Crazy! But why?
    Tough times don't last. Tough people do.

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    To say you accomplished driving a motor coach through a "Rock and a hard place"......LOL
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    Needles High-Way, no doubt is a tight place to drive. I would give it up and say the man has skills...I bet he was puckering his buns when he was going thru there though.
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    That motor coach driver definately has some brass balls, because I know that I would have simply told the customers HELL NO if that is where they wanted me to go.
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    Insurance question for Phil. I'm guessing that insurance would try real hard not to cover damage from attempting to get through there and trashing the vehicle, for reasons of insanity and/or incompetence. But i am impressed the guy got through. But I hope it was his vehicle, because I would kick someones ass for trying it with mine.
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    Has to be Marine Corps Motor T.... 3533!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Levine View Post
    Insurance question for Phil. I'm guessing that insurance would try real hard not to cover damage from attempting to get through there and trashing the vehicle, for reasons of insanity and/or incompetence. But i am impressed the guy got through. But I hope it was his vehicle, because I would kick someones ass for trying it with mine.
    That would be the same with me. Should an accident happen doing something like that, you would probably get your ass dropped before you had a chance to finish filling out the paperwork. However, that is definately pretty cool to watch since you won't catch me doing anything like that with my assets.
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    I'd fire him for a stunt like that. Suppose the bus caught fire or broke down, brass balls or not he would be fired.
    I want to die while asleep like my grandfather,
    not screaming in terror like the passengers in his car.

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