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    • Out at a remote job site outside Fairbanks today. The average person may have not noticed the humor in this even tho it was a very serious regulation. I should have a good writeup when I get back.

    • In actuality, this was a secure location where they make highly volatile explosive compounds for the mining industries...so, it was a legit caution...But, I agree, I do not think an actuary calculated and determined 9mph was the best speed. You just notice it.

    • this was a secure location where they make highly volatile explosive compounds for the mining industries...so, it was a legit caution...

      Thus, the lower sign on the post is relevant - and required.

      Our speed limits were 15 MPH, and employee private vehicles were required to pull over - completely off the roadway - to allow explosive-laden vehicles the right-of-way.

      "How did you know?"

      They had caution flashers 🚨 enabled - and some loads actually had escort vehicles.

    • We just came from a coal mine and these earth movers that carry 300,000lbs and we had to drive on the left side of the road because the driver in these huge trucks sits on the left side...