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Old 12-02-2011, 05:41 PM   #15
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I made a 75' extension to use at my brother-in-laws place in Florida. Works great and never had a problem.

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Old 12-02-2011, 05:48 PM   #16
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Thanks, guys, appreciate all the recommendations and detailed advice. Think I'll try going straight through on I-75, middle lanes, moderate speed at about 10a.m. on Thursday.
Hi Jim, Thats the best route for Atlanta......when you get to Macon take the 475 bypass,and watch it around Valdosta ,but most construction is done.
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Don't forget that in Atlanta, a flashing turn signal means speed up, someone is about to get in front of you! I don't know where all of the bad drivers there comes from, because nobody is originally from Atlanta.
So far, in my travels, the best drivers seem to be in Minnesota, they keep at or above the speed limit, they don't ride in the fast lane, they pass and get back over in a reasonable time. The worst drivers I have run across, believe it or not, is not in Florida, but in Chile! And they even drive on the right side of the road.
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HI Jim,I live in Indiana southren part,I know a few friends go down thru AL. from Nashville, they say it about 40 miles longer,but easy on their nerves.
have a safe trip what way you decide to go.

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