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Wed, Mar 4, 2015 9:44 PM

Dangerous driver (AT&T maintenance vehicle)

Between 1:48 and 1:49 p.m. yesterday, I was driving behind an AT&T maintenance vehicle (MO license plate #***, I believe) on Glenstone Avenue in Springfield, MO, heading southbound at 25 mph in a 40 mph zone.  Once we crossed McClernon Street, the lane split in two, and I was able to go around him.  I looked over at the driver as I passed, and saw that, instead of watching the road, he was watching his cellphone.  So much for AT&T's "It Can Wait" campaign!

 

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7 years ago

Earlier today, May 25, 2016, an ATT maintenance truck in DeBary Florida almost ran into me which caused to to quickly swerve out of his way. I stopped and waled back to his truck and he said I had my turn signal on so he thought I was going to turn on the street he was already on. I told him that I had iot on for the driveway that is 50 feet further down the road. He adtec as if I was the fault whereas he did not look before attempting to pull out onto the highway. His truck number is ***. I could understand how this happened but his attitude about the incident was totally wrong. Had he have hit me broadside, he would have been totally at fault.

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