Roads deadly beautiful: A closer look at dangerous Route 150
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#1 Apr 2, 2006
For 9 years I traveled Rte. 150 daily between Exeter and Amesbury, and yes, there are times it can be dangerous. Sections can be treacherous in the winter during a storm, or in icy conditions, but IF THE DRIVER SLOWS DOWN AND PAYS ATTENTION, accidents can be drastically reduced if not eliminated. I have seen plenty of people traveling north and south at speeds that are too dangerous for the road conditions, and I often have a car on my tail when I am going 5-10 miles over the speed limit (in daytime, dry road conditions). I still travel this stretch of road fairly often, and there are ALWAYS people traveling along 107, who try to beat the traffic coming down 150. The 107'ers have a stop sign, but many people don't apparently know what that means. Yes, the road can be dangerous, but having traveled it for many years, it is the drivers that make it that way. SLOW DOWN, and show some courtesy!
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