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Old 07-02-2008, 08:43 PM
 
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My daughter was driving with her three small boys, on route 9 North between Manalapan and South Amboy, and this oil truck cut us off the road twice. The first time, we were in the right lane, he came in and my daughter had to bear to the extreme right, going almost in the gutter, to avoid getting hit. then she went to the middle lane, and he went to the left lane. Before we knew, he cut right in front of her, and she had to put her brakes and we almost got rammed by the car in back of us. Then he was tailgating another small car. We have a little Toyota Corolla. We were able to see the name "Peter Price," but were not able to read any further, due to small letters. The truck license # is T55 TIN, New Jersey, and there was a number, that we shall assume was the truck ID number for the firm #1203. We looked in the internet under gasoline suppliers, and Peter Price, but were unable to find anything. The person driving that fuel truck is very irresponsible, and a danger to self and others. We wish to contact his company, to let them know what a menace to society, they have employed. We would like to have the good people of New Jersey help us locate his firm. Thanking you in advance.
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Old 07-03-2008, 04:41 AM
 
Location: High Bridge
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Why not call the aggressive driving number?

I'm never on the road, so I don't remember what it is... #77 maybe? Call the cops, report the driving.
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Old 07-03-2008, 03:02 PM
 
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yup call the cops. if you have the plate# they will be able to trace it back to the owner/driver easy.
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Old 07-04-2008, 05:34 AM
 
Location: NJ
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My daughter was driving with her three small boys, on route 9 North between Manalapan and South Amboy, and this oil truck cut us off the road twice. The first time, we were in the right lane, he came in and my daughter had to bear to the extreme right, going almost in the gutter, to avoid getting hit. then she went to the middle lane, and he went to the left lane. Before we knew, he cut right in front of her, and she had to put her brakes and we almost got rammed by the car in back of us. Then he was tailgating another small car. We have a little Toyota Corolla. We were able to see the name "Peter Price," but were not able to read any further, due to small letters. The truck license # is T55 TIN, New Jersey, and there was a number, that we shall assume was the truck ID number for the firm #1203. We looked in the internet under gasoline suppliers, and Peter Price, but were unable to find anything. The person driving that fuel truck is very irresponsible, and a danger to self and others. We wish to contact his company, to let them know what a menace to society, they have employed. We would like to have the good people of New Jersey help us locate his firm. Thanking you in advance.
Question, was it an 18 wheeler or like a smaller oil truck?
I looked at big yellow.com and don't see anything listed for Peter Price oil

My hubby drives a car carrier, I asked him, he's never heard of it. He said you should have dialed #77 on the cell to report it.

how about a fuel oil search?

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Old 07-04-2008, 06:08 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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Question, was it an 18 wheeler or like a smaller oil truck?
I looked at big yellow.com and don't see anything listed for Peter Price oil

My hubby drives a car carrier, I asked him, he's never heard of it. He said you should have dialed #77 on the cell to report it.

how about a fuel oil search?
Alot of the oil companies hire subs - Peter Price may be the name of the independent hired by the oil company.
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Old 07-05-2008, 11:58 AM
 
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Question, was it an 18 wheeler or like a smaller oil truck?
I looked at big yellow.com and don't see anything listed for Peter Price oil

My hubby drives a car carrier, I asked him, he's never heard of it. He said you should have dialed #77 on the cell to report it.

how about a fuel oil search?
IT WAS A HUGE OIL TRUCK! I did some search, but could not find it under that name either. Maybe, they have several names, that is how they can get away with abusing the road.
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Old 07-05-2008, 12:28 PM
 
Location: Seymour TN
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It's not too late to give the cops the license #, is it? If they can trace it, maybe they can warn the company. You could call PriceEnergy and see if it was one of their trucks, or a subcontractor of theirs.
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