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kevinkit1 karma2015-04-27 04:05:56 UTC
Speaking of rubbernecking, there was a severe case going down I-30 earlier this week. There was an accident with a partially charred car off in the right shoulder, and traffic jammed up completely for about 1.5 miles. Once we got to the accident, there were a lot of people with their emergency lights on, just parked in the middle of the interstate, just rubbernecking. Once we passed the accident (being in the left lane is the only reason we got through), the interstate was completely empty as far as we could see, with the exception of 3 cars. 3 cars. Is there any way you can design roads to discourage rubbernecking?
kevinkit1 karma2015-04-27 04:20:03 UTC
Northeast Dallas county. And Ill PM when I have time.
kevinkit1 karma2015-04-27 03:56:55 UTC
Sorry if this question is a bit blunt, but what is it like being attacked by larger animals? What went through your head?
kevinkit1 karma2015-04-27 04:07:53 UTC
Is there any road design features that have been thought of, tested, or put into practice in order to discourage rubberneckers? They are the bane of going on roads!
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