I was researching the other day that the Eisenhower interstate system demands that one mile in every five must be straight. These straight sections are usable as airstrips in times of war or other emergencies. So does that mean if a plane has to make an emergency landing, they can do it on the interstate?
I’m not a comfortable flier to begin with. Truthfully, I avoid it if at all possible. I drive to visit family when I can. Of course, last year my grandmother took a turn for the worse and I had to go back to see her before she died. Which meant I had to fly. And not only that, but last minute airfares are outrageous — it was more than $800 to get a seat the next day.
I had no choice. So I explored online for a fast loan through a car title loan store. I found Coupland Car Title Loans, and it was precisely what I needed. I received $1000 off my old-but-paid-for Honda, and was able to fly the next evening.
Fortunately, we didn’t have to do an emergency landing and I was able to spend some time with my grandmother in her last days.