Moving Truck Takes on Bridge in Super Slow Motion

With one quick spin in the right section, YouTube viewers can find an array of videos ...

With one quick spin in the right section, YouTube viewers can find an array of videos where truck drivers didn’t exactly get the memo on low overhangs and bridges. It’s actually a rather common phenomenon, believe it or not. Trucks get their caps peeled back by these unsuspecting situations more regularly than one would expect.

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One bridge, in particular, seems to be the most popular. The structure goes by the name of “11foot8” and has become quite infamous in claiming the roofs of various trucks. Over and over again, security cameras capture the action as these poor unsuspecting truck drivers end up meeting a rather expensive day.

It appears as if the popular YouTube channel, The Slow Mo Guys has stumbled upon this phenomenon. In response, they couldn’t help but go out and grab a couple of trucks to try and see what the situation would look like slowed down.

With a couple of extremely high-speed cameras, they would emulate the situation. It had to take a good amount of courage to run into a low hanging overpass at a decent rate of speed. Several demonstrations later, though, we’re able to see the situation like never before.

Nothing like a little bit of destruction as seen in a way that the naked eye wouldn’t be able to process!

By following along with the video below, we get to tune into a little bit of slow motion destruction. It’s pretty neat that YouTube channels are able to operate and destroy things to make interesting content like this. Sure, we have definitely seen stuff like this unfold on security cameras. However, watching it all on a high resolution camera like this is definitely a step above what we have become used to.

It’s going to be hard to watch another 11foot8 video in the same way again after this!

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