Its raining, so i have time to sit down and get some pictures off the camera as well as make a few posts. Friday afternoon i was in between accounts with my dodge and trailer with my 260Z and Pro-50 Gravely's. As i passed a professional office park a car came flying out towards the road i was on. i watched my passenger side mirror because i thought i was going to take the nose of their car off with the trailer. they managed to stop and i cleared it by about 6". All the while the traffic in front of me had stopped for a light that had turned while my eyes were watching the mirror. I reacted as quickly as possible, but it was no use, the brakes locked up and i skidded, i released and punched them again and tried to swerve to the right but there was no avoiding this one. I clipped a car in the right rear. the cop's think i hit the guy doing about 25mph. I hit him with enough force that his back window (tinted) popped out and landed on the very front of my hood. he tapped a car infront of him and then he then rolled across the oncoming traffic lane (35mph speed limit road). luckily no one was coming at the moment it happened. he rolled across and ran into the curb. i knocked the poor bastard out cold, after i called the police i opened the door and he came too, didn't have a clue what happened. The car was a brand new Infiniti G35 2 door coupe. it only 243 miles on it! It was less than 24 hours old!!! That's enough details for now. but let me just say to all you guys with 1/2 ton's trucks and trailers with no brakes, its only a matter of time til you do what i did. I just bought a new trailer (see truck/trailer forum for it) and immediately installed electric brakes on it because my old trailer's tongue got bent in the accident (and no one hit me, just the inertia of the mowers sliding forward 8" in the accident). The mowers were secured with 10,000# straps too. Stay safe, and don't get in any accidents, the whiplash sucks Here's a picture of the truck, you'd never know the other car was totalled just looking at mine.