I saw this road sign as I was driving home from my weekend, and had to double back and take a picture.
Looks to me like they don't have a lot of faith in the truckers out there. Are they saying that if you're in a big semi and you risk driving down the upcoming hill, that you've only got a five percent chance of navigating it successfully?
I didn't find a big crumpled mess of tractor trailers and axles and freight when I got to the bottom of the hill, so either all the truckers on the road that day were exceptionally alert, or that sign is way off.
(At least give 'em a 50/50 chance, won't you?)
"I sez Pig-Pen, this here's the Rubber Duck,
we just ain't a gonna pay no toll.
So we crashed the gate, doin' ninety-eight,
I sez, let them truckers roll, 10-4."
—C.W. McCall, "Convoy"