|The Fake Freeway Sign that Became a Real Public Service
Nice story. There are more signs that need to be dealt with.
Say you're cruising on the 210 west, with miles and miles to go before it terminates at the 5. So you can just cruise and fiddle with the radio, right? Oh, wait, what's this?
You have 3/4 of a mile to cut over to the far right to make an exit to stay on the same freeway? And by the way, there's a busy entrance ramp between here and there. And you're in a 20' truck towing a 30' trailer. And as you try to move over, aggressive little shits keep filling the 50+ feet of space you need. This is when "I'm fucking huge, so you might want to yield" just might come into play.
There's a sign about a quarter of a mile earlier which could use some additions.
(A pickup with travel trailer, pickup with horse trailer, a semi and I were doing the cross-traffic lane change mambo all at the same time.)
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