|smoothness||excellent||(thin_rollers) roller blade, skate board and all below|
|smoothness||good||(thin_wheels) racing bike and all below|
|smoothness||intermediate||(wheels) city bike, sport cars, wheel chair, Scooter and all below|
|smoothness||bad||(robust_wheels) trekking bike, normal cars, Rickshaw and all below|
|smoothness||very_bad||(high_clearance) Car with high clearance, light-duty off road vehicles|
|smoothness||horrible||(off_road_wheels) heavy-duty off road vehicles and all below|
|smoothness||very_horrible||(specialized_off_road_wheels) tractor, ATV, tanks, trial, Mountain bike and all kind of off-highway vehicles (see also mtb:scale=*)|
|smoothness||impassable||No wheeled vehicle (see also sac_scale=*)|
Please note: Photos are examples ONLY ! Because the smoothness of a way should be assessed solely based on whether the way is usable by the vehicles mentioned above. This is my whole point: as a user of a certain road or path I am only interested whether I can drive on this road or not.
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