in the heart of Central California, the territory I cover is vast and rural requiring extensive travel time between cities
and towns. Travel is usually void of freeways or express ways with the exception of our only major city - Fresno.
The majority of roads traveled between cities and towns are two lane roadways, posted for speeds of 35 to 45 MPH as they
transend through miles of agricultural utilization.
Because Central California is comprised of agricultural and
dairy operations, the location of a given town within a specific county may appear only a short distance away; however, because
of the vastness of these counties, travel time may in reality, be extensive.