The highways and roadways do have random, miscellaneous gravel, tire
carcasses, glass, and so forth.
Sometimes, a truck will kick-up a rock, or drop something from its bed.
Both have gotten me.
These trucks--especially dump trucks--are often untagged, or the tags
Hmmm. I vonder vhy?
Your own vehicle could kick up something like a tire carcas on the road
bed, and damage your vehicle. Ya don't believe it?
All the above have happened to us.
That's why they call it comprehensive insurance & collision insurance.
There was a highway death in the Atlanta area caused by a new
refrigerator that fell off a pick-up truck last year, and an unlucky
family was wiped-out by a muffler (or part) literally on I-75 south of
Atlanta within the past few years.
The authorities--police & roadway administrators--have big fish to fry,
such as radar-aided revenue raisings and whatever the road
They don't seem to bother with cleaning-up parts of intersections of
stones, metal, and pieces of glass, and nevermind the same
pothole-place complaint I called in to them at least twice after
scraping there more than once after rains.