Originally Posted by Darkness Sakura
Driven the roads in the South (my family is spread out down there) but I've also driven the roads in the north as well, they still look better considering the size/density. I'm going to guess you never found the back-back roads of Norfolk yet, the ones where to get around people you have to drive nearly off the road and the speed limit is 60 mph (national speed limit for single carriage). When I say they have bad roads here I'm not referring to anything labelled with a M, A, or B. Not doubting we don't have bad roads in the US, but comparing size to size and density to density... the only "good" roads are labelled with M, A, and B and maybe a few random others.
But I will add this, I don't like driving in the south with northern tags... also for good reason.
Nah, not been near there, but did go down one small road. Yeah the size is small, but darn are they smooth.
? I have seen many northern tags down where I live in the South. Then again, not far from the pan handle and Panama City, so almost everyone has some relation to someone who lives in other States or the North. I actually don't give a crap where people come from, it is their actions that I judge by. Reason I got a little annoyed at times when I was in North Cali...I really get tired of the Southern stereotype at times. Most where shocked when they learn I worked on Jet Engines, can talk about computers, and the fact I was women who knew how to fix my own darn vehicle. Also, even in the South I tend to get odd looks, my accent is consider light and a bit odd sounding to other Southerners, but Californians thought my accent was heavy (If only they really knew how heavy the actual Southern drawl can be).
Probably don't help that I talk a bit deeper than most women. Well unless I talk and give attention to my cat Doder. (Had a roommate say that the first time that I actually sound like a woman) Edited by Ithanul - 6/27/15 at 1:07pm