Gregg Godfrey isn’t just any semi truck diver: In fact, he can perfectly parallel park right after setting a new world record for the world’s longest semi truck jump. Godfrey flew an impressive 166 feet in the air on Friday at the Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana before safely landing his rig and completing his parking job.

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This isn’t the daredevil’s first such stunt either, Mashable reports, as he set a record in 2008 with a 50-foot jump. That record lasted until 2014 when it was broken with an 83 feet and 7 inches jump — a trailer was actually attached to the truck last year.

A couple of videos showing the impressive jump follow below.


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