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The Perils Of Driving On Ice


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Would HATE to be in one of those vehicles! Frightening to know you have little or no control over it.

 

But why are they driving without chains on at least?

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Would HATE to be in one of those vehicles! Frightening to know you have little or no control over it.

 

But why are they driving without chains on at least?

 

I doubt anybody in Portland OWNS chains for their car. I live in Utah where the winter weather is generally MUCH more severe than Portland, and there are very vew people I know who own chains for their cars. (I actually do have chains, but that's a different story.)

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I live in Florida but remember being in weather like that WITH chains on the car.

Didn't notice that it said PORTLAND. OOOPS.

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I doubt anybody in Portland OWNS chains for their car. I live in Utah where the winter weather is generally MUCH more severe than Portland, and there are very vew people I know who own chains for their cars. (I actually do have chains, but that's a different story.)

 

Chains are actually illegal here in Wisconsin.

 

Regardless, that many cars shouldn't have gone down that hill (I'm assuming it's a hill, it's not often you see cars sliding sideways and actually speeding up on flat surfaces). After the first few, someone should have stood near where the hill started to warn people.

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I saw that on another forum, it was scary..... :lol2:

 

It's a wonder the people out side their car didn't get hit. I was always told you should stay in your car, with conditions like this. You could get hurt more if you got hit by the car, then if the car hit your car with you in it.

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