Being a trucker I normally fight for the truck driver but no the trucker is totally at fault this time, look how video footage caught an encounter between a car and a tractor-trailer as they both attempt to enter a construction zone.The dash cammer merges onto the highway and begins to travel in the middle lane of the 3 lane highway. The lanes never ended they shifted! It was 2 lanes the whole time. People need to give their license back if they can’t read the signs so how do you think is at fault? Happens that down the road, the dash cammer passes a tractor-trailer while still traveling in the left lane. It was about 30 seconds later when the car began honking at the truck as construction cones began narrowing the lanes. Actually the car did not merge in front of the truck so the car was seemingly pushed out of the way by the truck entering the construction zone. The truck had been traveling in the right lane for some time now.“The guy never stopped I followed him for about 15 to 20 miles. The state trooper had me pull over so they could write a police report. But luckily I had all the information of who the company was and I called them and turned it into their insurance. $2000.00 damage hitting the red barrel. But cheaper than having the truck hit me.” Wouldn’t like to say this but trucker is at fault, look at the signs, it says stay in lane, then it shows a move over of both lanes there is no merge or loss of lane signs. , the truck should have moved into what was the breakdown lane which had been changed to a lane in the construction , bad striping on the construction companies fault also.