The Definitive 11Foot8 Bridge Crash Compilation

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Willem Hebbe : If you like this bridge you'll love his evil little brother https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3-UugI0JoA

demonstructie : Do Penske even have trucks left at this point?

SprayWayCustoms : These folks about to run Penske out of business

Chiefin : They should just put up a sign that says "Free haircuts for all truck drivers!" Hahaha.

Ryan Jonas : Bridge builder: Most large vehicles are 12 foot huh? Lets make this bridge 11' 8"

Bobby Cigarillo : I want a relationship as strong as that bridge

James M : *Truck:* Just take a couple inches off the top *Bridge:* Say no more

neo0618 : That car crash at 1:40 really snapped me out of a trance

Anthony Jacob Martinez : *2.8k fired truck drivers disliked the video*

ZT Ying : I see there's a road regulation in this city that all trucks must drive through under this particular railway bridge in order to get the vehicle registered.

Prince Tae : *When you tell your barber to take a little off the top*

Dalton Massey : I need to move to this place and start selling box trucks lol

Nicholas Nolan : They should build a restaurant on the corner and let people watch trucks get beheaded while having brunch

Zach Skiles : The one guy who turns left then proceeds to back up in the middle of the road, turn right, and crash anyway. Like wow.

Clorox -Cola : I swear the interior of that yellow bar is diamond

The Scheming Skeleton : There's something satisfying about watching those AC units get cleanly cut off the top of the RV's.

utubewillyman : So this is how sheet metal is harvested?

Michael Jensen : After 4 min. I had to comment. Circa 1972 , I was 18 years old. Worked for a landscaping company Sag Harbor NY. The boss rented a U Haul type truck because our large truck was out of action. Loaded it with plants, tools etc. for a job in East Hampton. My two older buddies elected me to drive. My first time driving a box truck. Smoked a joint on the way to the job about a fifteen minute drive. In East Hampton there was a train trussel that was about a foot shorter that the truck. So I'm crusing along maybe 30 mph and a few seconds before the bridge Arthur yells you're not gonna make it. I slammed on the brakes and came to a halt just a few feet from the bridge and stopped. Got out and was like holy shit! Guy saved my butt. Beer rewarded him after work. Guess I will always remember that. Thanks again Arthur wherever you are.

Chey Pepa : Why is that bar so damn strong

Graham Witt : The bridge engineer’s plan to run Penske out of Business

GeoPlayer123 : are we all just going to ignore how fast the people behind them stopped?

Mark V : When you're trying to sneak out the back door but your mom is in the backyard.

Moshuh Nanren : I really though that last one was the only smart one to avoid the bridge but then........facepalm

Im Famous : I feel bad for the guy who has to go out there and clean that up every day😂😂lol

Aidan Keys : *Bum bum bum* Another one bites the bridge, And another one gone, and another one gone and another one bites the bridge.

A.L.E. pcktacular : 11 foot 8 is known as the can opener. This video proves this.

Mr. Pringles : Why is it so satisfying to watch the top of the truck get scraped clean off

thegamingbulldog 17 : As you can see they are all rentals by inexperienced people

Xikxa Kanglom : Sorry for saying this. But I find so hilarious. And this bridge is real thug.

PROLIFE FOREVER!! : Why don't they fix the problem!? Dig a little hill down or something!;

Voktan again : Why is there even a warning sign when everybody just ignores it

Rajinder Singh : Just a question who cleans the mess on the road every time

Cherokeeman : Possible solutions: 1. Well before the bridge, have a sensor that detects vehicle heights. If a vehicle is too tall, a red light or other signal, in conjunction with a large and obvious LED sign, warns "STOP! Vehicle too tall to clear bridge!" 2. Eliminate this road under the bridge and reroute traffic, regardless of distance or inconvenience to the driver. Hitting the bridge is a much more severe inconvenience. 3. Rebuild the bridge to be higher. 4. Lower the road. 5. Have a railroad crossing type swing arm that Is activated by tall vehicles. 6. Have someone directing traffic under the bridge and stopping vehicles that are too large. 7. Any number of other solutions other than business as usual.

ᴀᴍʙɪᴛɪᴏɴ : Lol well damn how many trucks have to crash into a bridge before you decide to change the sign XD.

ᴀᴍʙɪᴛɪᴏɴ : People in nearby buildings hear a crash and be like “..... again...?”

Experimental Fun : The trick is you have to hit the gas real hard and you will fit

KvAT : I love watching the ones with fully peeled tops. Eyecandy

Atomic Person : I love the ones who are going so slow and trying not to get hit by it and they still drive straight into it

TheGuracao : 8:56 .. oh at least one that saw the signs AND knows how high his truck is .. 9:03 why is this clip in this video? well.. video creator probably thought he wants to show how there are at least some drivers seeing the signs 9:05 wait.. somethings happening 9:32 nevermind .. WTF .. xDD *LOL*

Austin : 6:51 just another casual day for that person

ls1camaro867hp : What i cant believe is i watched the same shit happen over and over for 9:50....

Conrad Andrew : Posted: 2 years ago Comments: 15 minutes ago The recommendations bar works in mysterious ways

Red Squirrel : It's interesting how most of these trucks JUST hit, like if the bridge was maybe 6 inches taller it would be ok lol. Might be cheaper to just lower the road a bit. But water would then pool there and freeze so guess it would be dangerous.

Simple PXL : This is America

Cheesus Sliced : No amount of signage will make idiots pay attention. Though I'd like to see a billboard on each approach with a photo of a truck stuck under the bridge with the height in big letters. Could be interesting to see if that grabs more attention. Maybe change the image every month or two.

alphavideochannel : The most amazing thing about this video is that it's actually the same guy driving every one of the vehicles !.

Sean McGovern : Honestly, they outa call this bridge “the can opener”

2800boy : This video had me dying. I might have found this video funnier than it was supposed to be lol.

Colorme Dubious : All those trucks and RVs trashed... and not a single one was the bridge's fault! I'm going to move there and open an RV air conditioner shop a block up the road. In Columbus, Texas, there's a bridge much like this one, but they have a clearance bar just before you get there (with pipes/tubular bells hanging from it) that clearly states "If you hit this, you'll hit the bridge!" Hardly anyone ever hits it, and nobody hits the bridge.

gphillimo : It's almost as if these idiots are doing this on purpose. After it has happened a few times, you'd think these trucks would take a different route. Especially trucks from the same company.