Pickup trucks are always useful. Not only do they get you from A to B, but they’ll also haul whatever cargo or equipment you need to bring with you. In fact, they can even haul bits and pieces of other pickup trucks to and fro like some kind of four-wheeled marsupial, as evidenced in this brief video featuring a Chevy Silverado pickup hauling around another Chevy Silverado.
Recently posted to YouTube, this short video was captured on November 17th, 2020, in Odessa, Texas. Per the video description, the video was taken on Loop 338 at about 11 am in the morning.
The video perspective is from a passing motorist, which sees a rather odd sight in the other lane – a white Chevy Silverado pickup truck with the cab of another Chevy Silverado in the bed. The cab is wedged into the bed at an angle, with half of the structure hanging over the bed rails, all while bits of trim swing in the breeze.
Clearly, this is not the ideal method of transporting the cab of a Chevy Silverado pickup truck, nor would we say it’s very safe either. The driver in the white Chevy Silverado has the hazard lights flashing and is driving slowly in the right lane, but it looks like it wouldn’t take much for the whole setup to result in utter disaster.
Of course, seeing something like this raises a few questions – what will the silver Chevy Silverado cab be used for? Why doesn’t the driver in the white pickup use a trailer or something to actually move the cab properly?
While it’s kinda funny to see such a slap-dash setup rolling down the highway, we certainly hope everything turned out okay for all parties involved. Next time, hopefully the driver in the white Chevy Silverado will have some common sense and hitch up a trailer instead.