Getting stuck behind a truck on the highway is never any fun. You lose visibility and have to pass if you want to keep up your speed.

You don't want to get stuck behind the Shockwave truck, either — but for a very different reason — you could be burned to a crisp.

That's because the Shockwave is the world's fastest truck, thanks to the three jet engines that generate an insane 36,000 horsepower and let it hit a top speed of 376 mph.

First built by Les Shockley in 1984, the 30-year-old Shockwave was rebuilt and is now operated by Darnell Racing Enterprises, and driven by father and son team Neal and Chris Darnell.