Wow Rolando, the curve is set at 25 mph you can hydroplane at the slowest possible speed. Why? BECAUSE IT IS A DOWN HILL SHARP CURVE. You need to know what your talking about before you start commenting this and that running your mouth about stuff you dont know anything about. We are still grieving over a lossed friend, and the whole school agrees with me and GLHSstudent2013. I understand everyone is open to opinions but I hope for once that you go through the pain this whole community felt. That curve is dangerous. And letting 18 wheelers drive on it? Is that any better? While your safe and happy in your little home not having to worry about this road some people are actually trying to make a change to protect others, we dont need people as heartless and rude as you and libral and that dao1980 trying to stop us. Go drive on that road. Better yet, park somewhere and stand on the side. The people you do see going slow youll see how easy it is to loose control, especially top heavy vehicles going the correct speed limit. And to the guy who made the sexist comment: Insurance is higher on teenage males because they are more likley to have accidents. None of the girls I know have the capibility to text and drive or brush their hair or apply make-up because it makes them feel unsafe. Start having some kind of emotions/feelings, and be more openminded. I dont care if you hate me or what anyone thinks of this, we are speaking out for our whole community, atleast they will listen better than some of you on here.
Not all teenagers are bad drivers. I know some pretty awful adult drivers. How about stop blaming the younger people. Ive almost been hit head on by an ADULT in a big SUV coming over in my lane while I was going slow around that curve, not to mention how many times Ive been bright lighted around it when my brights werent even on, by other large vehicles, those ones against my little car I'm sure we know who'd loose. The curve is like a blind spot you cant see around it. Why bother commenting even if you dont drive on this road regularly or know someone who does? Why dont you go down there and look at the spray paint on the road and see what happens when the road gets slick. That couldve been your child. Stop blaming it on the younger generations, not all of us are "poorly taught" drivers.
Rolando, when YOUR child goes the correct speed limit on a rainy day (Such a Jordan was) and hydroplanes into a tree and passes away what will you say huh? Was speed a factor? Hmmmm no, was carelessness a factor? Not exactly. Be careful what you put on here, your not the perfect driver out there, I'm not, no body is. Maybe if it was your child or friend you would consider this as well.