I'm a driver. I can sympathize with the stress of that type of situation. I've been in some tight spots myself. Your brain is fucked for the rest of the day. You feel like the whole world is watching and judging you. I commend the driver for remaining composed and doing his best. He could've swung a little wider but with his tandems that far forward he probably was worried his tail swing would clip the cars parked/passing on the other side. On the other hand Western Express doesn't have the best rep. for hiring the best. This happened to me once in the Bronx. My GPS told me to get off the highway at the wrong exit, and the fun immediately began. And for extra spice and excitement, I was in a commercial area. I almost took out a street lamp making a left turn. I had to get out and put my tandems all the way up in order to make the turn. Folks, do not ever use Co-Pilot as your trucking GPS. Nothing but garbage. I can't tell you how many times it has put me in stressful situations.