Building In S. Florida Has “Clereance” Problem

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Students, and journalists, find out all the time just how critical spelling can be to success. But one complex in South Florida may need a quick spelling refresher.

A sign hanging over the apartment complex warns drivers that the maximum height a vehicle can be and make it over the overhang is 10’7”. The only problem is the word just before the measurement.

According to the sign, the area has “Clereance 10’7”.”

It’s enough to leave you asking the famous Airplane! movie line, “What’s your clearance, Clarence?”

The sign should have read “Clearance 10’7”.” The sign was still up at the complex as of Friday and a photo of the sign was snapped by a CBS4 viewer.


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