Two Drivers Killed On I94

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Andrew J.'s Comment
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I drive through here a few times a week and it is a very bad stretch of road. I usually slow down to 55 speed limit is 60. I should probably go slower. But somebody at my company said his steer tire blew. If that’s the case he was probably going over 60 and ran off the road. That’s why I always slow down to 45 when going over bridges. If a steer tire blows I and I’m going fast I’m pretty much dead and possibly somebody else.

Army 's Comment
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I sat in that traffic on Wednesday. That traffic had me stopping later Wednesday than I had planned. This made my delivery appointment today hard to make. At this point, I don't know if I can make it on time.

As a side note, the next day, yesterday, a 4 wheeler blew past me in a construction zone and the driver flipped me the bird as he went by. How dare I observe the 55 MPH work zone speed limit?

LOL....Big Scott, I was talking to my son, while he was driving in Southern California, and he said this guy he just saw pulled over in a big rig, passed him a few miles back....Dylan mentioned the truck speed limit in Cali is 55....Love it when the speeders get nabbed.

PJ's Comment
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Marc I’m sorry but I was jammed up on time. The shop that built my truck is in anticoh and I got a little shop time to do some preventive maintaince. I’ll be back your way. They seem to like running me up that way. I spent last weekend running back and forth from toledo oh to hayward wi. The hayward area is very beautiful this time of year

Marc Lee's Comment
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Marc I’m sorry but I was jammed up on time. The shop that built my truck is in anticoh and I got a little shop time to do some preventive maintaince. I’ll be back your way. They seem to like running me up that way. I spent last weekend running back and forth from toledo oh to hayward wi. The hayward area is very beautiful this time of year

N.P. PJ! (Just giving you some love!) G-d knows I get plenty here myself! It was also a test to see if you would get that far in my post.

If you like Hayward now... wait till the Fall! Leaves turn a week to 3 weeks sooner than down here. Harley riders used to do "Fall Colors" rides to the Tomahawk fiberglass plant (where they used to do all the fairing/body and bags work). Dunno if that one is still there or not.

Donna M.'s Comment
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Anybody been through Nashville lately? The lanes are very narrow and heavy traffic!

Jamie's Comment
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Anybody been through Nashville lately? The lanes are very narrow and heavy traffic!

I usually take the 440 bypass, although it's under construction, it's still faster during perk hours in my experience.

Noob_Driver's Comment
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Anybody been through Nashville lately? The lanes are very narrow and heavy traffic!

Heading through nashville early in the morning on the bypass tomorrow. So i should be ok. Made it through the 94 stretch south of Milwaukee at 5am today and it was still bad on a saturday. Whoever decided on that 60mph speed limit needs to be fired immediately.

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