Or the driver simply lost control due to the blowout.
That is an interesting theory. See, I have seen an 18-wheeler go to 17 at close range while in motion, and have seen dozens of lost treads and the remains of a handful or two of other blowouts. I have never seen a tractor-trailer lose it due to a blowout ... they have another wheel and tire *right there*. Even though this semi-trailer did not have tandem axles, the yield of tge blowout would have had to be remarkable to behave as you suggest.
I said nothing of the sort liar.
While I appreciate your artful dodge efforts, the simple fact is that in the context of killing a Sherman tank you asked if packing crates and mudflaps were tougher than the tank, which means you were suggesting that phasers were unable to deal with such targets. If you were claiming a particular bullet could penetrate a car engine and someone who actively tries to disagree with you all the time said "is an engine tougher than a ceramic plate? Or a few inches of ballistic gelatin? Yes or no?" ... well, it hardly follows that you are agreeing, and such questions make no sense unless you are suggesting those things can stop the bullet.
Now maybe it was 1:30AM for you, and based on a similar thread at DITL from 2008 I would assume you didn't mean to put it that way (though at the time you also claimed Worf's shot took out 3-4 cubic meters so frankly there's no telling), but it is the *meaning* of what you said despite any later backpedaling, so don't go calling me a liar just because of another of your own errors.