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Old 07-09-2003, 05:14 PM   #16
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Old 07-09-2003, 05:24 PM   #17
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April can vouch for the fact that I don't handle the driving situation there well. But we survived...as did my dad's car. Phew!























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Old 07-09-2003, 05:53 PM   #18
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It cracks me up when I'm in places like Salt Lake City or Phoenix or other cities, and they'll have their traffic reports on the local news. They'll have one accident on the single freeway they have, and then a blockage or two on surface streets. Oh, the excitement.
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I've driven/lived in Detroit, Chicago and NYC. I have to say NYC should be up higher. I HATE driving around this place and avoid it at all costs. The roads in Detroit suck, the drivers in Chicago suck. So either I've become a really good driver from driving those three cities or I'm a really bad one.
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I must agree that it is very easy to get around Oklahoma City and Tulsa, although Tulsa drivers tend to go below the speed limit, which can be annoying. Even during rush hour and construction, stop and go traffic is mostly go, and the tie-ups are limited to major interchanges. And I actually don't think the road conditions in the city are that bad, although once you leave the city the interstate can get a little bumpy, hence the construction. Overall, I gotta agree. Driving around here is quite pleasant!
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