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jasonh300 wrote:I have no concept of what 14% grade is. What is that in degrees? Or rise over run?
I've seen those signs before in eastern Tennessee between Chattanooga and Nashville, and also in Pennsylvania around Bethlehem. I know when the number's above 10, it's pretty friggin steep. I was also driving a moving van through Kentucky one time and couldn't maintain 30 MPH on the interstate on an incline.
Of course, I live in a place where you can park in neutral and not set the parking brake and your car will probably not move an inch.
Just wazeting my time to help you waze your route smoothly
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LOL looks like an Australian sign.
Its looks like a far kenworth it road.
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We have 33% locally, and higher elsewhere.
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