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Old 01-03-2016, 05:04 PM   #1
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I20 west through Jackson, Miss

Holy crap, my front wheels may have come off the ground a few times going over all those heaves and dips!
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Old 01-03-2016, 05:07 PM   #2
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Going east is no better. We rerouted I20 thru Jackson, MS in order to avoid I10 thru Louisiana. Shouldn't have bothered. I don't know which is worse. It's a crying shame so many of our roads are in such poor shape.
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I can almost understand I-10 because of the hurricane damage and problems with moisture content of the soil....but.... I-20 is just misappropriation of repair funds. Welcome to Louisiana!!!
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I20 near jackson has been that way since i was a little tyke..some 50 years

the soil in that area is constantly moving from the fault lines.
you would think the DOT would put up GIANT signs to warn you of the whoop tee doooes
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You'll catch it again in Vicksburg!!! I had 3 windows come open and my bungeed chairs go flying on my way to Tennessee last summer. Terrible!!!!
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Holy crap, my front wheels may have come off the ground a few times going over all those heaves and dips!
GAry !!! I just drove thru there on Friday the 1st. (westbound) If my bounder had some cool fins I could have caught some air time!!!

The Kiddo did get some air time from off the queen bed tho !!!!
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The main problem is not a fault line but yazoo clay. It does the same thing to home foundations. Constant pain in the you know what!


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