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Pavement Edge Drop-Off | Definition
Edge drops are vertical discontinuances between the road surface and the shoulder. If the drop is high enough (2-inches or greater) it may create a problem for drivers who attempt to steer back over the drop and onto the road.
Pavement Edge Drop-Off | Liability
Steering over a pavement edge drop-off may lead to an unexpected, sudden change in direction of the vehicle climbing back onto the road surface. The problem is maximized because a car's wheels hang up (scrub) along the face of the drop. When a driver gets hung up, their natural reaction is to provide more steer input.
Pavement Edge Drop-Off | Location
Pavement edge drop-offs may commonly be found in the following areas of the road;
- horizontal curves;
- shaded areas;
- eroded areas; and
- asphalt pavement overlays.
Ordaz Law, APC | Pavement Edge Drop-Off
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