Did you ever have to borrow a buddy's pickup truck and something went horribly wrong? Did you tell the whole truth when you brought back his pride and joy? Did you ever say no to a buddy who wanted to borrow your pickup? Did you tell the whole truth when explaining why you weren't loaning it?
We know that winter has ended — according to the calendar anyway — and that usually means pickup trucks are in high demand. Whether you're moving furniture, office supplies, garage gear or doing a favor for neighbor, if you don't own a pickup, it's likely you know someone from whom you can borrow one.
But did you know there's etiquette involved in borrowing pickup trucks? The rules may not be written down, but they do exist. We're sharing those rules in a two-part story that covers what to do before, during and after using someone else's pickup.
We want to hear your stories — good and bad — about these Good Samaritan adventures involving borrowed pickups. We have no doubt your pickup has done many good works, but maybe you've taken a friend's truck and pushed it to the limits, then tried to cover it up, or maybe you discovered how your truck was abused when you weren't looking. We want to read it all.
Give us your best, descriptive and detailed truck-loan story and the lesson you learned. The truck you save could be your own.