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A primitive road is a minor road system, used for travel or transportation that is generally not maintained or paved.
A primitive road can be classified if it meets the following criteria:
- Is not classified as part of the area's primary road system,
- Has a gravel or earth driving surface; and
- Has an average annual daily traffic of one hundred or fewer vehicles.
In the United States most of these roads are maintained by local governments.
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- Definition of Primitive Road from the state of Washington.