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Zen Joker 's Comment
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A few miles to the west of me in the U.P. is a biker town called Hermansville that has a truck stop. Pretty sure this might have been taken there! shocked.png

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Nuts's Comment
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BK's Comment
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Should I take this personally? Lol

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PackRat's Comment
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Harvey C.'s Comment
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This is a sad reality of roads in many areas and I wonder if California has the worst roads in the country. Michael says the roads are better as soon as he crosses over state lines. On a highway west of here on shortly after Christmas the road got in terrible shape with all of the rains. We were coming back from a family gathering with Michael driving ahead of us in his car a mile ahead or so and he called and told us to be careful, there was a bit rock (chunk of asphalt) and bit holes in the road). We slowed down and car ahead of us was stopped in the road, apparently moving the rock out of the roadway. Up ahead were about 15 cars pulled over with tires that had blown out from hitting the huge potholes. Big potholes are espescially terrible on low profile tires. I missed the biggest one but hit another and was glad we got through okay. Ridiculous as we have the highest fuel taxes in the country.

PackRat's Comment
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I have always thought that for the amount of traffic use, California has great roads. Interstates that are rough are Indiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Louisiana--only Shreveport. All states have good and bad stretches. I can think of areas in each state that I detest.

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Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Indiana

Indiana for some reason can not figure out bridge transitions. Been trough Lafayette recently? That new bridge transition north on 65 is awful.

BK's Comment
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As mentioned, Indiana can be very rough. I70 is what I travel the most. A blind man could tell when he enters the state from either direction based on how the road surface changes.

Some stretches are not really roads. They are a series of interconnected speed bumps.

Chief Brody's Comment
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Canada has wonderful roads!

Ryan B.'s Comment
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I have always thought that for the amount of traffic use, California has great roads. Interstates that are rough are Indiana, Michigan, New Mexico, Illinois, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Louisiana--only Shreveport. All states have good and bad stretches. I can think of areas in each state that I detest.

I-72 going through Illinois is probably one of the worst stretches of interstate. I like to use it to avoid St. Louis (when route would normally take me through it), but man is that highway TUUURRRIBLE.

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Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

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