OK. I watched the first one again. It's in slo-mo.. so they might have only been going 10 miles an hour.. hard to tell. It doesn't take away from the effectiveness of the stunt though. I'm also willing to bet the for safety reasons one ankle was strapped to the rear view mirror.
I beg to differ. Way, way back when I lived in 'Jersey, I had a summer job loading trailers all night long, and once in a while, I'd go out on a run. Some of those drivers could handle a 60' trailer as if it were a toy. I'm talkin' about backing one of those rings down a quarter-mile long ally barely wide enough to open the cab doors to get to a loading dock.
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