During the December storm we were in Maryland visiting relatives. We drove home that Sunday and found the Maryland roads well cleared, road shoulder to road shoulder. When we crossed into Virginia on Rt. 15 it was as if we entered a different world. It seemed almost as if the Virginia roads had not been cleared at all. We followed a plow, slowly, that appeared to be doing nothing - plow blade was up and it was not spreading anything. Roads were covered in snow and ice. We came from driving in Maryland at near normal speeds to road conditions in Virginia that required driving at 15 to 20 mph. Amazing. Please call on Maryland to learn the techniques they use(d) and implement what makes them so successful.
Idea No. 66