If state or county roads in your area are designated by numbers or letters rather than names, you might give directions by saying, “Take _______ for two miles and turn west.”
This question was slightly altered from the 1965–70 question.
|HIGHWAY (NUMBER OR LETTER)||6|
|(NUMBER AND COMPASS DIRECTION)||5|
|(NUMBER OR LETTER)||3|
|COUNTY TRUNK (NUMBER OR LETTER)||2|
|COUNTY ROAD (LETTER)||1|
|‘LETTER’ OR ‘NUMBER’||1|
|ROUTE (NUMBER OR LETTER)||1|
|Z OR ‘COUNTY Z’||1|
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