Stuck Car Carrier Slows Highway 29 Traffic

June 30, 2015

A stuck car-carrier created minor traffic delays on Highway 29 Monday evening. The car-carrier trailer bottomed-out in the driveway of the Shell station at Highway 29 and Kingsfield Road. Photos by Andrew McKay, NewsRadio 1620 for, click to enlarge.


7 Responses to “Stuck Car Carrier Slows Highway 29 Traffic”

  1. Mike on June 30th, 2015 9:03 pm

    Angle that bad boy, same as ya brought it in, in the turning lane pictured. Start on the outside lefthand edge, using every bit of room ya can, & swing to the right. Don’t be pussyfootin’ it either, unless ya wanna be stuck with yer driving wheels up in the air, another highly embarrassing situation. :)

    Yes, I’ve drove longhaul coast-to-coast, not the easiest way to make a living. Without truckers, America stops. Longhaul truckers are the backbone of the American way of life, & each one of them should make at least $1500 a week, after taxes. Most don’t unless they own the truck.

  2. JustMe on June 30th, 2015 2:30 pm

    Don’t blame it on the design of the trailer. Nothing is wrong with the design of it. Car Toters must be low to the ground due to the top heaviness. The driver should have known better than to attempt this move.

  3. jeeperman on June 30th, 2015 11:45 am

    Isn’t there a hydraulic cyl. that can be used to raise and lower the trailer portion at the hitch?
    Thus allowing driver to move the rig off high center.

  4. Crystal on June 30th, 2015 10:56 am

    What’s up with car carriers? One overturned in Jacksonville Florida yesterday.

  5. EMD on June 30th, 2015 9:52 am

    Thanks, I wondered on the way home last night what was going on here. I was able to get around him as he was not as far out into the road as this picture shows, when I came by. But, he sure looked in some kind of trouble.

  6. Dennis on June 30th, 2015 8:05 am

    They are low to the road for clearance overhead. This is a common problem with these trailers. Looks brand new so maybe he/she will remember….

  7. Avis on June 30th, 2015 6:47 am

    This tractor/trailer configuration looks poorly designed.

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