Driving south bound on I-69 near Coldwater MI with snow covered roads, then had a car that went off the road on the right, then out got back onto the interstate highway in reverse gear with out looking. My only choice was to hit the car and possibly killing people in the car, or driving into the left lane that was snow covered, which could easily resulted in me rolling over the truck in the medium. I barely even had time to get into the left lane, and I'm amazed that I didn't lose control of the truck when moving over so quickly. Note that my speed was acceptable based on conditions in the right lane and that were was no traffic ahead of me for at least a mile. I started blowing my air horn before the car came back onto the road. I could see he was going to do that and was hoping he wouldn't. Its like hitting a deer on the road, there was little to no warning. This is why I run a dash cam, especially in the winter time with these idiot drivers. Not sure if the video would have saved my job though.

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