The two things I would never do is stand behind a car that’s being backed up or try to change a tire on the side of the highway .
Manual transmissions used to be bad for those that weren’t experience with them and confused Reverse gear with a forward gear plus over rev’d the engine before letting the clutch out.
As for the flat tire , it’s shot anyway and I limp my way to the exit for a spot with a straight clear view and low speed limit while watching for cars as i change the tire.
In the 1970’s a high school friend had his older brother lose his legs when he got a flat and stood behind his Camero to get the tire from the trunk just as someone wanted to stop and help but rather than stop ahead of the camero and walk back they pulled into the curb lane to slow down but were still going too fast and skidded into the rear and crushed both of the legs beyond repair.
That is brutal. Not worth it on the highway.
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Hope you feeling better later, boss.
I go now.
guys not moving too fast to get help..
Not a very smart place to stand when a vehicle is driven in for service.
Say what you like, that guy in red stayed pretty calm. I’m thinking he’s not a big fan of the fellow quacking distress calls from the floor.
I like how they rush to get help.
Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.
Well played good sir!
You should get some kind of prize for that one clink.
A key to one of the BCF’s three executive washrooms? One of each.
Well, it’s only one “washroom” and it has Pip’s cat box in it, but you don’t need a key as the door never really locks correctly.
Gotta call maintenance again…
Rule number one:
Don’t tarry long between an immovable object and a running vehicle.