Why Don't Drivers In Rockford Know How To Travel Down Flooded Streets?

Rude Drivers In Rockford During A Rain Storm

I have seen it time and time again. There is a big rain and some of the streets get flooded. Of course, many drivers just think about themselves.

Instead of going another way or slowly proceeding, the people behind the wheel race through the water and do not care about the issues starting with the residents in that Rockford neighborhood.

Plus, it can do some major damage to your vehicle.

Check out some of the videos I filmed yesterday in front of my house during the storm.

Video: Cars Racing Through Flooded Street In Rockford

It is like when you are at the beach and a speedboat flies by and creates a big wake but instead of the water crashing at the swimmers, it is going directly at people's homes. Some of which could end up in basements.

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If you do not know how to drive in high-standing water, please check out this video.

Video: How To Drive In Deep Floods

Now That Was A Big Rain In Rockford Today

We had some serious rain today in Rockford.

In the past, we had some bad flooding problems in my neighborhood. Luckily, the city of Rockford did a lot of work to improve the issue.

I know we had a lot of showers when my street floods nowadays.

Check out some of the pictures...

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Next time it rains, please think about those people that live in that community before driving like a wild person through the flooded streets.

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