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The King of Maneuver

Is it possible for a double-decker bus to make a U-Turn while on a bridge just two lanes wide? Unbelievably, the answer is yes. It takes some skill, guts and lots of patience to be able to do that. Hit play to watch

Link: LiveLeak

My dad is a busdriver (also in Germany, where that TV show is from) and he said that this was only possible because they took the side fences off the bridge. Normally a doubledecker bus is too long for that on a bridge, and there is no ordinary bridge that has no fences on the side...
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@aeris: oh really? you think? ;)
of course it wouldn't have worked with fences on the sides. anybody can figure that out. but thats not the point...

pretty impressive vid =)
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I think the fact that they have the inset reaction shots from the studio guests, like they do on Japanese tv shows. Is this something that is done in a lot of worldwide tv? It doesn't seem to be a North American (or at least a Canadian/US) thing.
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the name of the game show loosly translates to i bet i can... (insert weird thing here) teh inserts of studio geusts are proberly know to him or something
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Well, I for one, thought that was amazing! They are right, that is alot of school and alot of patience cause I would have ended up in the water with the first turn....
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it's not technically a u-turn is it? unless that's the American term for one of those, it's what would be considered, a "three point turn" even though it's more turns than that it the name many people associate. i think in the uk they now just call it a turn in the road
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