WASHINGTON — We’re used to seeing trucks get “scalped” by bridges, but one thing we don’t see that often is the same thing happening to camper trailers.
The truth is some campers and RVs are ridiculously big but their drivers already know that. Consequently, they should pay more attention to road signs — if common sense is not among their strong points.
Still, when we’re talking about a bridge with a clearance of only 11 feet 8 inches (3.55 meters), things get more complicated. Such a bridge exists in Durham, North Carolina, and it has claimed hundreds of trucks and other high vehicles since its inauguration about a century ago.
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