There were several areas in BC where you could not merge. Capilano being a good example (we have a few of us on here).
Originally Posted by dspace9
New Brunswick is different. Rolling hills, blind corners. Yes, other drivers will have to brake even if I drop the clutch in the Mirage. Yes, if they didn't slow or are drunk (common here) or on their phone (super common here) you'd get shunted. Yes, that is dangerous.
The trucks have visibility in both directions, looking out and being seen. I'm low and not exactly easy to spot.
Danger requires risk and opportunity, and that formula exists here, 100%.
We've had 23 accidents on rural highways in the last 2 weeks, on roads where you often won't see a vehicle go by for 20 minutes.
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