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Topic # 87291 25-Jul-2011 09:09
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AA road watch is down for me, working for anyone?

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  Reply # 497495 25-Jul-2011 09:11
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Working for me, but getting errors on a script. Probably too many people trying to find out road conditions...

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  Reply # 497498 25-Jul-2011 09:33
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It's fine for me.

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  Reply # 497505 25-Jul-2011 09:43
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timmmay: It's fine for me.

Hmm, thanks.

Can't get it to load at all...tried chrome and IE. 


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  Reply # 497521 25-Jul-2011 10:48
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I wonder how many have it in cache..
For me its down and according to it is down.

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  Reply # 497524 25-Jul-2011 11:07
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It is kind of working now.

But, very slow.

Perhaps their website just can't handle heavy traffic ha ha.

Not good though, it's days like this when many people need road information but it cannot cope when needed the most.

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  Reply # 497718 25-Jul-2011 18:53
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AA Traffic is back up. 900% increase in traffic today!

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