Driving a truck can be the most peaceful job or the most creepy job, it just depends on the day.
On a chill day, you're hitting the open road with your music or podcast of choice, a caffeinated beverage in hand, and the ability to get paid for time with your own thoughts.
On a creepy day, though, you're traversing dark roads solo and sleep deprived, drained to the bone while navigating all the weird things that happen when the moon is out.
A fresh solo traffic accident. the car was flipped upside down on its roof. The driver's head was halfway out to the neck, through the shattered front window. He did not have a seatbelt on.
TL:DR Stopped to help a motorist with a possible flat, may have prevented a murder.
I service fire equipment, so I drive a box truck, and cover parts of PA, NY, OH, MD, and WV. I was in rural NW PA, returning from a service call and heading towards the interstate to go home.