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Old 12-10-2011, 12:32 PM   #23
08WhiteRex
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Originally Posted by soundsofsnow View Post



You colorado people can chime in if i'm wrong, but i saw better roads in denver when i've always gone.

I've seen better roads throughout alaska too....utah's drivers may not be the worst (they're dumb though) but i'd argue their roads are some of the worst.
NO. Denver roads are absolute garbage. They don't use salt here, so the snow sits on the pavement for a few days until they fiercely beat the packed snow off of it with plows. This results in the street being ripped apart. Then, instead of repaving the street and rethinking their snow removal practices, they either dig out the damaged portion and do a terrible refill (that usually doesn't end up being the same height as the original road surface), or they literally just smatter asphalt over the broken up section, which is rough as ****. It would be okay if the street had localized areas like that that you could avoid, but literally every inch of every street is like that. I've lost a ball joint, a damper, and 1 control arm bushing to Speer Blvd alone. My friend has also lost a couple of endlinks, a strut spindle, and an Anti Lift Kit. The roads here are ABSOLUTE TRASH. Also, the drivers here are just as bad as utah. If you guys want to experience frustration, go drive in boston. You've got to go full ******* on those people if you want to go anywhere.
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