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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Someone finally made a decent I-4 sticker

Posted By on Thu, Jun 1, 2017 at 1:22 PM

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Arguably the only thing everyone in Orlando can agree on is the sad fact that I-4 is a piece of trash. Etsy user CoreyDanks decided Floridians should have a way to express our common bond, and came up with this very decent sticker.

If you're coming into or out of Orlando during rush hour, you know the special hell that is I-4 traffic. With the amount of distracted drivers and construction out there, most of us have felt the crushing sensation of slowing to a halt, and the not-much-better crawl that comes after.



CoreyDanks has also made stickers for I-95 and I-76. Each 3-inch-by-3-inch vinyl sticker is $3, and available on Etsy.

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