Why is that plow truck going so fast?

GTCRC plow trucks are often operating in a low gear with high engine RPM to maintain the power and momentum needed to push the snow.   The engine noise, swirling snow and ice flying away from the plow, and the large size of the equipment can make it appear that a plow truck is moving much faster than it actually is.   GTCRC equipment is equipped with technology that is capable of tracking vehicle speed and these systems are regularly monitored.   
With this in mind, if you feel that a GTCRC employee is driving irresponsibly, please contact gtcrc@gtcrc.org with the time, location, and vehicle number so that the matter can be investigated.  

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1. How does GTCRC prioritize snow and ice removal?
2. When will GTCRC plow my subdivision or gravel road?
3. A GTCRC truck knocked down my mailbox, will you fix it?
4. Why do snowplows block my driveway with snow?
5. I pay property taxes, why don’t I get snow removal service?
6. Is it legal to pass a snowplow?
7. Why is that plow truck going so fast?
8. Why would salt be spread on a road after the winter storm is over?