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#1 Murdoch



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Posted 02 May 2018 - 08:50 PM

Seems like the main thoroughfares throughout Folsom have become a race track. Not just in my neighborhood, but all over town. Everyone in a hurry lately?

#2 The Average Joe

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Posted 03 May 2018 - 02:20 PM

People do seem to be in a hurry. Folsom and Blue Ravine can get pretty ridiculous on speed.


Although I will say I got yelled at to slow down the other day. I looked at my speedometer...I was doing exactly 40 in a 40 zone (that people often speed through). Sometimes, it might just be the viewers inaccurate perception. Meh. I worry about my own driving and keep an eye out for the idiots.

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Posted 05 May 2018 - 10:02 AM

On US 50 when I am driving at 70 MPH and someone goes by me like I am standing still, I normally estimate they are going at least 80-90 MPH.


People do need to slow down.


Our home backs up to BLUE RAVINE, near Riley and people go flying by our home all the time. We do have a sound wall but we can hear them.

There have been at least 8 accidents on Blue Ravine, 2 Deadly ones, in the past 8 years.



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