It can be a hair raising experience, but you become use to it, its just real bad in the winter with snow, if you noticed there are not many guard rails except when you get close to a town. They literally don't want you dropping inWow, what a drive. That road, or another just like it was featured on Speed Channel's Dangerous Drives recently. Some guy and his kid pulling tankers with large cars over the route and at one spot the road is so narrow that 2 trucks barely clear each other.
I have not yet challenged it, but wonder if that is the center only. I run flats and drops or rgns only. I have had the trailer skim the rocks on some of the switchbacks when another truck was going the other way. The average shoulder is about 3 feet before you take the plunge. Once you drive it a few times its like riding a bike, but try it with an oversize and the challenge is on or on a nice fresh foot plus snow.13,9 on the underpass...it dont look that tall.
Heh. I know some guys that did tower sections in Quebec a few years back. They really got a lot of static, and had a lot of sit time because permits were a few millimeters off. I think we have some D panels in our shop someplace.Try Quebec. Gotta have "D Panels", not OVERSIZE LOAD banners.
That, "sucks le sweaty balls".