John Adams Used Cars

John Adams Used Cars
John Adams Used Cars is listed in the Automobile Dealers Used Cars & Vans category in Fargo, North Dakota. Displayed below are the social networks for John Adams Used Cars which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of John Adams Used Cars on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 80.

Contact information for John Adams Used Cars is:
505 40th St S
Fargo, ND 58103
(701) 281-3021

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John Adams Used Cars has an overall ZapScore of 80. This means that John Adams Used Cars has a higher ZapScore than 80% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Fargo, North Dakota is 43 and in the Automobile Dealers Used Cars & Vans category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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North Dakota Department of Transportation added 6 new photos.
Hundreds of cubic yards of concrete are being poured this week and next week to form the deck/roadway of the east Broadway Bridge in Minot. Crews are out early and often to take advantage of some of the nicer October weather. Once the crews are finished with the pours the concrete needs to cure to a strength of 4,000 psi before the appropriate striping and barriers can be put in place. The contractor is aiming to open the new east bridge to two lanes of northbound traffic in the middle of November.

The US Department of Homeland Security has provided a waiver to the State of North Dakota for compliance with the REAL ID Act of 2005. This means your current ND Driver’s License and Identification Card (DL/ID) is accepted for access into federal facilities, including military installations and boarding aircraft, until October 2020. After October 2020, only REAL ID compliant credentials will be accepted for this purpose. For more information about REAL ID in North Dakota, please visit our website.
Information about scheduling a drivers test, renewing your license, CDL requirements, online driving records, donor registry and more.

North Dakota Department of Transportation added 2 new photos.
#tbt to the old and the current footbridge at Valley City State University. The old footbridge pictured is estimated to be from the late 1800s and has a storied past. It was one of the first bridges constructed at this site. One winter, storms covered the bridge in snow, making it unsafe to walk across. The Valley City Times-Record reported: “Several of the young ladies armed themselves with spades, shovels, hoes or anything else that happened to be handy, and….managed to [uncover the bridge]. The boys are happy indeed for now they can cross without the danger of falling off and getting their necks broken.” In 1901 a new suspension bridge was constructed at the site for a cost of $1,200. Through the years, people have attempted to drive various models of automobiles across the wooden planking of the footbridge with varying degrees of success. On August 23, 1992 a teenaged driver severely damaged the decking, beams and cable anchors, and railing while trying to cross the bridge with a late model American automobile. As a result, the bridge was closed. Engineers found that the steel towers and cables were rusting, and the concrete abutments and wooden decking were deteriorating. College officials decided to repair the bridge due to the unique suspension design and the fact that it was eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The bridge was rebuilt using salvageable parts and the original bridge design. New parts were made to replace those which could not be re-used. The one-and-a-half inch steel cable was replaced using heavier two-inch cable and the two lattice towers were reinforced with steel pipes to transfer stress from the cables directly to the piers. Wood floor beams and stringers were replaced with wood and steel manufactured to the same size and shape as the originals. The beautiful white suspension bridge is the icon that VCSU alumni associate with memories of their college years. The white steel form is more than a bridge, it is a symbol of the heritage and history of VCSU and the surrounding community of Valley City. #nddothistory #nddot #throwbackthursday

North Dakota Department of Transportation shared North Dakota Highway Patrol's post.
Good reminder on school bus safety!
#TuesdayTip The driver of a vehicle meeting or behind any school bus stopped on the highway shall also stop their vehicle when a school bus is flashing its red lights or the stop sign on the control arm is activated. A driver may not proceed until the school bus resumes motion or is signaled by the school bus driver to proceed or the flashing red lights and the stop sign on the control arm are no longer actuated. Drivers who disregard this section of law not only jeopardize the safety of school children, they can also be cited under North Dakota Century Code 39-10-46 and face a penalty of $100 and 6 points on their driver's license.

The new Lewis and Clark Bridge located on US 85 south of Williston, opened in August. The $80 million bridge project includes construction, engineering and design of a new four-lane bridge, replacing the former two-lane bridge which was originally built in 1973. Other parts of the project included bridge lighting, rebuilding the roadway leading up to the bridge, and the construction of a wildlife crossing specifically designed for moose located south of the bridge. This specific kind of wildlife crossing is a first for North Dakota.