Went today on a trip to Stephenville for a doctor’s appointment for Ivy.
A big rig pulled on out on the passing lane on the third lane of the highway heading west. When I met the tractor trailer I was showered with rock and sand, which broke my windshield.
Two years ago on another occasion I had the same thing happen on my other car. A tractor trailer passed me in the lane coming toward me and broke my windshield. Not only that, but when I traded in my other car, she had chip marks on her from the rocks flying from other cars when they passed in the centre lane.
So can’t the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador come up with some methods for this problem? I’m sure I am not the only person that has had this encounter.
In other provinces, they are using different solutions for this problem on their highways.
Cape Ray, NL