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Old 12-30-2007, 11:54 AM
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what is the commute like from Sandy/Draper area to West Jordan ...in the winter especially? Is there a lot of issues with driving through snow..or are the roads pretty good?

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Old 12-30-2007, 01:30 PM
Location: Sandy, UT
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Talking the drive

West Jordan is about 10-15 from Sandy/Draper. We are you coming from? If you live in an area that gets snow it's like driving everywhere else. People become stupid when it snows and that East Coast or West Coast doesn't matter.
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Old 01-01-2008, 08:31 PM
Location: Near El Paso TX
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Default Commute/Driving

AGreed- commute is about 15 minutes. Driving on main roads is fine, secondary a little tougher. Depends on your experience driving on snow- usually not more than 6 inches snow MAX at a time on roads, but they stay well maintained. Utah drivers are probably the worse I have seen, and I have lived in 23 states! Sorry, but... kinda sorta true In all honesty, with huge increase in population, there are a lot of move-ins (Hey we are one of 'em!), and lots from SOuthern California and the like- so experience on snow is not optimal. Lots of teens here that have to lern to drive somewhere!

With that said, it's like anywhere- watch yourself and the other drivers too, and you will be fine!
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