I dunno about those points but the trucks being everywhere just seems like a nightmare, at 3:15 there are trucks in 3 of the 4 lanes, that's something I can never find acceptable. Edit: same in the thumbnail, just doesn't make sense.
I was driving on I-294 (which in this area is a combination of I-I80, and I-94 as well) and being on the edge of Chicago means there's a ton of truck traffic around here. Its honestly more than cars most days. Plus, since this is the transit highway around Lake Michigan you're getting freight from Toronto and all other major cities as for some reason Chicago was determined in the 1800s as the "halfway point" of the US. Which is why all trains lead in/out of Chicago from other parts of the country. Since then all matters of freight set up freight terminals here.
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This is also the area that if you’re hungry, need fuel, need to pee, go for at least 5 miles to the next exit. If it’s dusk or evening? Forget it. There’s fast food places where the cashiers are behind bulletproof plexiglass.I've driven through there a few times, it's a free for all.
We did not. Golf is the smallest ever sold. We’ve had the rabbit version as well. In a world where the Fiat 500 is considered super small, the Polo wouldn’t have a chance.Did someone give his Golf the Harlekin treatment? You didn't get the Polo on your side of the pond, didn't you?