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One Trailer at a Time, Please.

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Don’t try this at home, or on the road.

Last week, a driver simultaneously towed a camper trailer and a boat trailer, lost control of his pickup, jackknifed the camper trailer and deposited the boat onto Interstate 4, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report.

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Neither the 30-year-old driver nor his 63-year-old passenger were injured.

The driver was cited for careless driving and oversize load violations.

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