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US trucks' rolling coal: A juvenile prank or anti-green statement?

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The Illini State Pullers event in Illinois. "Rolling coal" has its origins in truck pulls, in which pick-ups compete to pull a heavy sled the farthest. Drivers modify their trucks to pump excessive fuel into the engines.

Montrose, United States

THERE is a new menace on America's roads: diesel truck drivers who soup up their engines and remove their emissions controls to "roll coal", or belch black smoke, at pedestrians, cyclists and unsuspecting Prius drivers.

Sergeant Chris Worthington of the

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