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Old 03-28-2010, 09:58 AM
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I read a study that said Seattle was the worst in the nation... I know it's all relative to how they judge this but according to this study it was judged by the amount of your commute spent going more than a certain percentage below the speed limit. I've never been in any city during rush hour except Seattle, Portland, Spokane, and Minneapolis so of that group Seattle is definitely the worst (Portland sucks balls though) but I can't compare it to California cities.
Lol Seattle you can at least keep a sort of fast pace, till some idiot gets in a wreck. In LA the whole thing will creep along for no reason, for hours! At least the couple times I've been there in rush hour
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Old 03-28-2010, 09:59 AM
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Lol Seattle you can at least keep a sort of fast pace, till some idiot gets in a wreck. In LA the whole thing will creep along for no reason, for hours! At least the couple times I've been there in rush hour
Yeah... I think they evaluated side streets too in this study... those back up just like the freeway here.
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:01 AM
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Yeah... I think they evaluated side streets too in this study... those back up just like the freeway here.
Lol yeah, because they have no good off ramps!!! Dad was an engineer for WSDOT, he built the I90 Tunnel project, he tried for YEARS to get that crap fixed or at least so it wasn't as bad, he always has me drive in Seattle now because he can't see well enough to get through there safely all the time.
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Old 03-28-2010, 04:07 PM
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jay yea there is always a week during the summer where its 100 plus every day but other than that it stays in the mid 90's
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Old 03-31-2010, 10:08 AM
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I like just turning the heat on low and having the windows down in the winter time. If you have the heat coming out by your feet it keeps it in instead of taking it all out the window.
my heat never leaves the setting for the dash and feet. man it can get hot. but i love to roll my windows down and cruise. lay some rubber. man the sun is out now
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