What's the top problem on Utah roads?

What's the top problem on Utah roads? (Photo: BeFunky stock photo)

Ask anyone who drives in Utah what is the top problem they see on Utah roads, and you're likely to receive a multitude of answers.

On the KUTV Facebook page, we asked our followers: "What is the #1 problem you see on Utah roads?"

And thousands of you answered.

Some of the top results were:

  • Construction
  • Foggy headlines or headlights that are too bright
  • The drivers themselves
  • Texting and driving
  • Vehicles tailgating
  • Not being able to see the lines when the roads are wet
  • People who camp out in the left/passing lane
  • Drivers talking on their phones
  • Potholes
  • California drivers
  • Running red lights

And that's just some of the comments from our Facebook fans.

One topic that annoys many is headlights at night.

Some are too bright, some you can barely see.

But what's Utah's law surrounding headlights?

The 2News Get Gephardt investigative team takes a look at what's legal, and how you can clean your foggy headlights, Thursday only on 2News at 10.

In the meantime, we've collected several of the top comments on our Facebook post, and you can see them below.