2xhelix: The latest optimus prime truck isn't street legal and isn't even drivable. I had the opportunity to see it up close and in person not that long ago. The biggest problem is that the driver can's see, due to the raised hood. While on tour, it's transported on a trailer. In order to get it into the venue where I saw it, the driver had to lean out the door, while other guys guided him. So the only insurance they probably have on it is for theft, damage or loss.[i.imgur.com image 480x640]
the8re: What about the BangbusPussyParty Wagon?
InterruptingQuirk: Did you find out what make/model it is built on? What make of engine even?
2xhelix: Western Star
InterruptingQuirk: Most tractor/trailer drivers have to be covered with a million dollars of liability and a million dollars of uninsured/underinsured already. I think that taxi/livery vehicle drivers also have that much. They do in my city.
Fark like a Barsoomian: That's the covered amount. This is a mill pounds just for the premium.
Clutch2013: The new Optimus truck has grown on me. I was a little cool to it at first, but seeing it in motion warmed me up.I still prefer the Peterbilt they used for the first three movies, though.
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