Read the description. and watch the WHOLE video. I trimmed the video down once I got in front of him and let him cruise behind me for a bit so there's no footage of that since I don't have a rear facing camera. I also cut out some audio. Given the placement of my dash cam, it might be a little tough to see when he crosses over to the right side of the road since my cam is a little to the left on my windshield.
The Driver drives for Service Express L T L Inc, with the license plate RC1337 (I think) The plate was covered in dirt.
This was the first time I've ever called 911 in my life so this is the first time I've ever reported a driver via phone, as you can see this 18 wheeler was correcting himself and couldn't keep a straight line constantly when driving on the 400 North. Swerving slightly into lanes and merging spots. At one point in the video he was partially in my lane and I had to hit the rumble strips to avoid him. Given that he's driving a vehicle that can do a serious amount of damage (I am aware, a lot of cars can do a lot of damage as well and an 18 wheeler is no exception), I decided to call the police.
With the recent tragedy 3 children and a grandfather being killed by a drunk driver in Vaughan, I thought to myself that it would better to be safe than sorry. I have no idea if he was drunk or not, but based on the way he was driving he was either A) A terrible driver or B) intoxicated. If police pulled him over and found that he wasn't drunk, that's great news but he should consider some driving lessons... Weighing potential consequences, I chose to hopefully prevent a future tragedy from happening.
Like I said, better safe than sorry. Sending out police to investigate was the safest thing to do in this situation rather than waiting to see if another drunk driving accident hit the news later on that night.