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Back Road Hazzards In Idaho

Last Sunday while looking for birds, to take pictures of, I came across this car on 8th Street only 10 minutes from Boise. This should be a reminder that back roads can be a problem for travelers. Remember, if a back road is wet, chances are that you are going to get stuck. That can also apply to dry roads. Take care and enjoy Idaho.

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Mary says ... on Monday, May 16 at 11:30 AM

Seriously, a Dodge Neon? What did they expect?

Dale Allen says ... on Monday, May 16 at 4:15 PM

Yeah this road is one that when you get a few miles out of town you should have a 4W.D./A.W.D. or know what you're doing! It's a shame but some people's children have no clue, the car in this pic hasn't enough wheelbase for this road that far out!

charvey says ... on Tuesday, May 17 at 1:32 PM

I do not understand why people think that taking their car down some nasty country road isnt going to get them into trouble. 4x4 roads are for 4x4's not cars!

Alan says ... on Tuesday, May 17 at 9:02 PM

They should be fined for blocking the road, fined for being a road hazard, and fined for not driving according to the conditions of the road (a.k.a., General Stupidity).

Jer says ... on Thursday, May 26 at 2:14 PM

So... is "Hazzards" in the headline a typo, or a great joke? The Neon looks like Roscoe drove it, instead of one of the good ol' boys.

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