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October 11, 2010

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Larry

Australia also has really long straight roads in the interior that are signposted to warn you that they can be used as landing strips at any time. Luckily they usually don't have a lot of traffic.

Richard Clayton

Switzerland. There are places on the freeway where the centre guard rail, similar to that on the 400, can be retracted. Hardened hangers are positioned next to the road. Somewhat odd looking pavement markings.

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