There are many reasons to dislike Arizona, but you can only pick one!
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Danica Patrick is a well-known NASCAR driver who calls Arizona home. She was born and raised in Illinois, but Danica chose Arizona as a place to live and call home. After reading stories from people who have met her in person, it makes sense Danica fits right into Arizona culture.
Many people who now live in Arizona were lured in by promises of paradise. Some of those people came to realize Arizona isn’t quite normal and a difficult place to live.
This article focuses on the most common lines used to convince you to move to Arizona, and a rebuttal to each one. Enjoy!
The extreme high temperatures in Arizona take a toll on your vehicle, making automobile maintenance a high priority if you want it to last. We’ll take a look at the most important things to check up on to keep you in the driver’s seat during the hot summer.
I saw the funniest thing I’ve EVER seen anyone do in a 4×4 truck this morning! But before I get into the story, I have to provide some background for those who aren’t familiar with life in Arizona.
According to Forbes, Phoenix was ranked #10 for cities with the most drunk drivers in 2011. In 2010, Phoenix was ranked at #4. The MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers) website has some disturbing statistics about drunk driving in Arizona. In 2010, there were 194 DUI fatalities. Out of all traffic-related deaths in Arizona, 25% were alcohol-related.
There are many statistics proving how bad Arizona drivers really are. As I stated in another post about rude Arizona people, the same can be said for the way they drive. It is difficult to comprehend how bad the drivers are here, until you’re plopped into traffic on a street or highway in Arizona. If you have ever lived in Arizona, this makes complete sense to you. If you haven’t been to Arizona to experience the adventure of driving here, read on. Read More