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Letter: Agree with Billy Joe on the bypass issue

Harry Furkins writes:
Agree with Billy Joe on the bypass issue for Columbia. Even though the square has been widened since I was going through there, it's still a tight squeeze since trucks are longer than before. Sometimes you have to put blame where it belongs. As it was an Amazon truck chances are it was an inexperienced driver. Sometimes drivers will not abide by the bridge law, which is the distance between the tractor tandem and the rear tandem on the trailor, which gives a smoother ride. The span can be shortened the same way. That is the lesson on trucking for today.
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