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Old 10-21-2015, 12:28 PM   #43
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My longest one day drive was 1473 miles, from Seattle, WA, to Cheyenne, WY, in my '55 Porsche Speedster Carrera RSK1500. Averaged close to 80 mph. These days, 350 is tops in the MH. Average is closer to 60.

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Old 10-21-2015, 01:02 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
Maybe not a workable plan for you working stiffs... But us retired folk talk about the 2 2 2 rule.

1) Never more than two hours behind wheel without a break.

2) Never more than 200 miles in a day.

3) Always stop by 2 pm to find campsite, get plugged in, take a short nap and be ready for dinner at 6.

Life is good, why rush...?
Kiwi I'm in your camp. We can do the longer drive but I sure love to be set up at cocktail time!!

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