Examples of passable roads

    Passable by a front-wheel-drive vehicle
    The City of Columbia defines streets as passable when they meet the following conditions: Although a street may still be snow packed, at least one travel lane is accessible for a front wheel drive vehicle at driving speeds well below the normal posted speed limits. Your vehicle’s condition and your driving skills also determine your ability to navigate roads defined as passable.

    Please review these examples of passable roads:

    This is a city street showing both driving lanes as plowed yet no pavement visible. This road meets the definition of passable.
    This is a city street showing both driving lanes as plowed yet no pavement visible. This road meets the definition of passable.
    This is a city street showing both driving lanes as plowed where patches of pavement are visible. This road meets the definition of passable.
    This is a city street showing both driving lanes as plowed where patches of pavement are visible. This road meets the definition of passable.