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There's something soothing about hitting the road and driving, driving, driving, sometimes to parts unknown, the wind in your hair and the sun in your eyes.

Long haul truckers know the roads best and they're used to an often solitary lifestyle. They often seem very self-assured, always knowing where they're going at any given moment.

But what happens when you see something while on the road that you think you shouldn't have? Things get downright weird, especially late at night.

Truckers shared their stories with us after Redditor CaptainGood7548 asked the online community,

"Truckers of Reddit, what was the weirdest thing you’ve ever experienced on the road?"
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Truckers Describe The Strangest Things They've Ever Seen In Passing Cars
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Truckers drive long stretches of road across the country, and the vista is not always a scenic one.

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Truck Drivers Share Lesser-Known Road Courtesies To Make Their Job Safer
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Being a truck driver sounds like a difficult task. As someone who doesn't drive, I can't imagine operating one of those big sixteen wheelers, so I have mad respect for those that do. Not to mention the fact that truck drivers barely get to sleep, and have to be on top of it at all hours of the day.

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Being a truck driver has to be a lonely job. All those long nights and empty roads can play with everyone's mind. And when one journey's often, no matter how grand the scale they learn of the places one dare not venture.

Redditor u/Id_rather_be_eating wanted all the truckers out there to fess up to a few things by asking.... Truckers of Reddit, what's the most unsettling stretch of road in the US? Where do you refuse to pull over?

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