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  • zeeke

    December 29, 2015

    just a dustting of snow and state employees sleeping onthe road way as snow piles up.. nothing new here.. but then look at the leadership getting drunk throwing bottles and blaming the special needs people.. well guess u can pick ur a## but not your lreadership..

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  • Dee

    December 29, 2015

    Most people here on NM. Are crazy drivers or should say. Don’t know how to drive normally can you imagine e what they are like in the Snow! No way will I go out! And most of them are on their phone! Its disgusting that they don’t obey the law! And most of them are men and moms with kids in the car! So don’t chance going out today! God Bless everyone!

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  • New Mexico snowfall

    December 29, 2015

    If the roads are icy or have snow, some cars just can’t navigate it, even when the car is in tip top shape and the tires have plenty of tread. My car is light in the back, and it is rear wheel drive. It also has to have somewhat wide tires. And the front end is quite heavy. This combination makes it very difficult to drive in the snow. I had to be out and about a few weeks back when we had some snow during the day. My car made mini-fishtails every time I had to start moving from a complete stop at a traffic light. And I accellerated very smoothly. Driving very slowly on the surface streets, twice my car swerved into the lane next to me. I turned into the swerve to get control and then returned to my lane. I generally stay home when it snows.

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