After driving almost non stop from Mexico City to Oaxaca, we arrived to much of a surprise. The trucks ran absolutely perfect through the mountainous passes. “Unstoppable” many times I though in my head as I even passed cars on the long rolling hills through the valleys making our way to Oaxaca. However after a hundred miles those valleys and hills, they became mountains, and I found myself trying to control a 6,500 lbs beast through treacherous switch backs.
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