What was the Longest Traffic Jam Ever?

When stuck in a traffic jam, have you ever wondered what would happen if so many cars became entangled in the jam that none of them could move?

It happened once in England, along a road leading to the seashore. In July, 1964, cars jammed a road between the towns of Yarcombe and Torquay until they formed a solid, unmoving line of vehicles 35 miles long!

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