In case anyone's interested, that's the standard lane width for most new
roads. Older roads might only have an 11' lane, and really old roads
might have a lane that's just slightly narrower than a Smart car is long.
If you're building something with the intent of taking it on the road,
keep this in mind. Another bonus tip: Just because your garage door
measures 10' and your shed base measures 10' doesn't mean you'll be able
to fit your shed base through the garage door. (A shop project in school
was to build a shed.)
Gee, I've always filed them under the client's name, alphabetically.
Or by topic, also alpha.
Ditto by computer, but that's an easy resort. ;)
Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson
May be it is the nature of the business, we filed by lot number,
document number and and daily reports chronologically. Our audits were
filed by date, as you were most often dealing with the current audits.
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