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Level Three Travel Advisory Issued

Tuesday, February 9, 2010 ~ Updated 9:45 AM

The Putnam County Commissioners have issued a Level Three travel advisory.

A Level Three advisory is the least restrictive level of a three-tiered system. Essentially, it is a hazardous travel watch, meaning drivers should give themselves some extra time to reach their destinations or consider whether or not trips are necessary.

A Level Three advisory does not place any limits on travel.

A Level Two advisory, a hazardous travel warning, means drivers are permitted only to be on the roads for essential travel. A Level One advisory, also known as a hazardous transportation emergency, permits driving only for emergencies.

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I don't care if it is a level ten I will drive to my destination. If you drive like you have sense and not drive like a madman you will be alright.

-- Posted by 1stamendrights on Tue, Feb 9, 2010, at 8:11 PM

1sta,you are so correct....I'm thinking rural mail carriers should give the public driving lessons for winter driving..

-- Posted by kubotafan on Wed, Feb 10, 2010, at 7:00 PM

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