Daily Picdump (80 PICS)

Posted in DAILY       20 Jan 2021       13311       14

page 1-of-2 | >> Next

1 Daily Picdump
2 Daily Picdump
3 Daily Picdump
4 Daily Picdump
5 Daily Picdump

Izismile Video Collection

6 Daily Picdump
7 Daily Picdump
8 Daily Picdump
9 Daily Picdump
10 Daily Picdump
11 Daily Picdump
12 Daily Picdump
13 Daily Picdump
14 Daily Picdump
15 Daily Picdump
Advertisement
16 Daily Picdump
17 Daily Picdump
18 Daily Picdump
19 Daily Picdump
20 Daily Picdump
21 Daily Picdump
22 Daily Picdump
23 Daily Picdump
24 Daily Picdump
25 Daily Picdump
26 Daily Picdump
27 Daily Picdump
28 Daily Picdump
29 Daily Picdump
30 Daily Picdump
31 Daily Picdump
32 Daily Picdump
33 Daily Picdump
34 Daily Picdump
35 Daily Picdump
36 Daily Picdump
37 Daily Picdump
38 Daily Picdump
39 Daily Picdump
40 Daily Picdump


Advertisement


page 1-of-2 | >> Next



14   Comments ?
3
1.
Eudicy 1 month ago
#4. Interested to know where this post comes from. Drivers in practically all countries move to the sides of the road to let emergency vehicles down the centre of the road.
       
5
2.
Onnie 1 month ago
Eudicy, you have obviously never driven in 'Murica. It is a [email protected]#k if there is traffic and EMS needs to get through. Most people panic and have no clue what to do.
       
9
3.
Zeb 1 month ago
Eudicy,

It looks like a preemptive move here though, where they all pulled over as traffic came to a stop, with or without an actual emergency vehicle in play. In the US, they only move if there's an actual vehicle, so in practice, if the traffic jam is stopped, the emergency vehicle has to use the shoulder to get through.
       
2
4.
Deb 1 month ago
Eudicy, when I saw this pic before, it was specified that when traffic comes to a complete standstill due to an accident, by law, drivers have to move to the shoulder in Germany. Any German can confirm?
       
2
5.
Rich 1 month ago
Deb,

thats right. if the traffic comes to complete stillstand, or is so slow, that i possibly might come to an complete stillstand soon, you have to build a "Retttungsgasse", a way for the emergecy vehocles. It's also defined, how you have to do that, depending on how many traffic lane the street has.
       
4
6.
Dolly 1 month ago
#2. A polished meteorite like that costs $12,000.
       
3
7.
Deb 1 month ago
Dolly, Or you can get 12,000 polish sausages for a buck each at Costco.
sarcastic
       
0
8.
Mur 1 month ago
#37 Go look at Seneca Army Depot pictures / satellite images. Guess what used to be stored in all those bunkers. (Depot was closed in 2000)
       
-7
9.
Mira 1 month ago
#37 Abandoned? Idiotic caption...
       
-2
10.
Franklind 1 month ago
This is the Rule named "Reißverschluss verfahren". greetings from Alemangne
       
2
11.
Lavina 1 month ago
Franklind,

No, "Reißverschluss" is what you should do, when two lanes merge into one. This is just simply the "Rettungsgasse" and it is always made between the leftmost lane and the one on its right.
       
4
12.
Estelle 1 month ago
#57 And no mention of Scotland???
Bastards!
       
0
13.
Justina 1 month ago
#37 Abandoned? I'll correct for you: Strategic store of armor being regularly maintained.
       
2
14.
Lauren 1 month ago
#57 Bastards missed Wales!
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot
X
1/1
Advertisement

Archives

2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
0000
Advertisement

How to comment

•    Don't insult other visitors. Offensive comments will be deleted without warning.

•    Comments are accepted in English only.

•    No swearing words in comments, otherwise such comments will be censored.

•    Your nickname and avatar are randomly selected. If you don't post comments for 7 days, they both are reset.

•    To choose another avatar, click the ‘Random avatar’ link.