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Old 12-02-2006, 04:05 AM   #1
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While driving to Phoenix last year on I-10 &I-20 around Midland Tx, I saw signs warning about sand storms. What is the best action to take when one of these storms take place?
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While driving to Phoenix last year on I-10 &I-20 around Midland Tx, I saw signs warning about sand storms. What is the best action to take when one of these storms take place?
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Robert; It is recommended here in Arizona that if you come across a sand storm to pull way off to the side of the road, turn your lights off and wait it out. If you leave your lights on or your foot on the break someone may think your moving and run into you trying to follow you.
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