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

Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 05:50

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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.

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