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Posted: 08/30/21 08:06am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

blaczero wrote:

cummins2014 wrote:

Bumpyroad wrote:

bgum wrote:

I do think we should demand tighter controls on who gets and keeps a drivers license.



yep, that's what we need allright. more govt. red tape and regulations. [emoticon]
bumpy


Ya , that would be crappy saving life’s [emoticon]


I do hope you're kidding on this one. If you think for 30 more seconds after this thought pops into your brain, you'd figure for yourself why it's so naive.



It was very naive, what could I possibly have been thinking of such a stupid thing like wanting to save life's . But yes it would be futile ,and its just wishful thinking .

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Which camera are you using? Thanks in the market for one.

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I-70 and I-25 through Denver is lined with long black skid marks on the road surface and lots of plastic/glass and broken vehicle parts on the shoulder of the interstates. From NE Oklahoma to SLC we go up I-35 and on north to York, Nebraska then west on I-80 on to SLC/Provo area.


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JIMNLIN wrote:

I-70 and I-25 through Denver is lined with long black skid marks on the road surface and lots of plastic/glass and broken vehicle parts on the shoulder of the interstates. From NE Oklahoma to SLC we go up I-35 and on north to York, Nebraska then west on I-80 on to SLC/Provo area.


When we go south......that is our “much” preferred” route! memtb


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Posted: 09/06/21 11:23am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

When I leave the Southern side of metro Denver headed to Southwest Texas, I drive city, state and county two lane paved roads the entire way. Generally don't drive the interstates much at all any more. It seems somewhat less race track like. I also run a dash cam most of the time.


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