WATER WARNING: Wayne County driver ignores warning and learns lesso...
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#1 Jul 22, 2010
"If you can't see the road or the lines on the road, drivers should go through the water."
Um. Perhaps you meant: "should NOT go through the water."
That's a fairly crucial oversight in proofing, WHO.
#2 Jul 22, 2010
My pickup will go through 8 feet of water.
#3 Jul 23, 2010
No wonder people like to try and make it?
"If you can't see the road or the lines on the road, drivers should go through the water." Good luck :)
#4 Jul 23, 2010
Good Call 'Proofer' and 'Really'. The spell check won't catch everything.
You'd think people would have learned by now NOT to drive through standing water - you never know what has been washed away or what's under the surface of that water. There's a reason they put those warnings up; glad she didn't learn the hard way with a bad injury or her life.
I hope other people's insurance rates don't go up because of people like this woman who think their cars have superpowers or something. I'm no mechanic but water in an engine is not good.
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