Short answer: 'Road Closed' unless you're driving a beater, preferably a beater truck.
ah, thanks! yeah probably not the best thing for cars....Short answer: 'Road Closed' unless you're driving a beater, preferably a beater truck.
Long answer: In rural areas in the NorthEast this is a 'refresher' coat applied to some roads. Instead of paving over a road, or re-concreting it, they apply a coat of oil followed up by a coat of small stones. The stones get worked into the oil and the result is very similar to a 'normal' paved road. It's quicker and cheaper than a full resurface. Problem is that until it's completely compressed your car will not only kick up a ton of stones, but stones that have tar / oil stuck to them.
Everyone knows about Philly cheesesteaks (which are incredible BTW) but less known and equally artery-clogging are Pittsburgh's Primanti's sammies.you guys have cheesesteak sammies!! we get lean organic tofurkey crap and goat cheese on chiabatta bread.