That always amazes me how a truck driver can get it so wrong.
But then I don't drive trucks.
It's an all too common a phenomenon here in a certain city.
One of my jobs was to measure height clearances for a fixing signage.
All the best intentions don't guarantee immunity from wedging trucks or buses tight.
The license plate is 1955 Michigan vintage, so while it still runs and he drove it to the car cruise, it can only be driven for event type purposes. Michigan allows the owner of a vehicle that is 26 years old or more to register an actual license plate from the same year for this. So, it isn't a regularly driven vehicle.