Lobito/Angola

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Position: S 12° 21,043' E 013° 32,819'

Entry posted:07. Nov 2007 09:18
Last edited:21. Oct 2019 16:15

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Route Luanda 487 Km 9.75 h 1 (VBTR) The tar is just rudimental existant. It is no longer possible to keep four wheels on it. Potholes are deep with high and sharp edges. Velocity might be the wrong word and the landscape is nothing the driver will look at. (BTR) There are a lot of potholes and the roadside is really frayed out, so you tread carefully to keep all wheels on the tar. Or you drive long times with two wheels on the side strip, which is also in a bad condition. The velocity is strongly decreased and you have to break often. The road needs full attention, looks to the left or right are only occasional allowed. (NSGTR) You have sporadic potholes, the roadside might be partial frayed out. Sometimes you have to leave the tar with two wheels and drive on the side strip, without reducing the velocity. Maybe it is a GTR or VGTR with rarely big potholes almost cross the road, where you really have to slowdown. Always keep an eye on the road to avoid bad surprises. (GTR) You have a closed tar surface which might be slightly corrugated or have some lane grooves. The car floats little from left to right. The relationship between attention for the road and the landscape is 50:50. (VGTR) Perfect, often new, tar road. You just have to mention the next curve and that you won't miss it. Apart from that enjoy the landscape. Imgp3102-icon Button_add Button_edit Button_destroy Button_add_to_collection
Leg Sumbe 183 Km 4.00 h 1 (VBTR) The tar is just rudimental existant. It is no longer possible to keep four wheels on it. Potholes are deep with high and sharp edges. Velocity might be the wrong word and the landscape is nothing the driver will look at. (BTR) There are a lot of potholes and the roadside is really frayed out, so you tread carefully to keep all wheels on the tar. Or you drive long times with two wheels on the side strip, which is also in a bad condition. The velocity is strongly decreased and you have to break often. The road needs full attention, looks to the left or right are only occasional allowed. (NSGTR) You have sporadic potholes, the roadside might be partial frayed out. Sometimes you have to leave the tar with two wheels and drive on the side strip, without reducing the velocity. Maybe it is a GTR or VGTR with rarely big potholes almost cross the road, where you really have to slowdown. Always keep an eye on the road to avoid bad surprises. (GTR) You have a closed tar surface which might be slightly corrugated or have some lane grooves. The car floats little from left to right. The relationship between attention for the road and the landscape is 50:50. Imgp3102-icon Button_add Button_edit Button_destroy Button_add_to_collection
Route Benguela 30 Km 0.50 h 2 (GTR) You have a closed tar surface which might be slightly corrugated or have some lane grooves. The car floats little from left to right. The relationship between attention for the road and the landscape is 50:50. Button_add Button_edit Button_destroy Button_add_to_collection
Route Sumbe 175 Km 4.00 h 1 (GTR) You have a closed tar surface which might be slightly corrugated or have some lane grooves. The car floats little from left to right. The relationship between attention for the road and the landscape is 50:50. Button_add Button_transparent Button_edit Button_destroy Button_add_to_collection
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