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Old 09-01-2014, 11:09 AM   #1
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Bangor to Montpelier

I need to travel from Bangor to Montpelier w a 31 ft class A pulling a toad. I-95 to rt 2 looks good on the map. Anyone have any experience with this route?
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Route 2 is a beautiful drive. No problem at all.
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Old 09-01-2014, 11:33 AM   #4
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As noted, Rt 2 is a beautiful drive, and there are no problems on I-95.
You'll have a great trip.
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Thanks for your help everyone. I just didn't want a nasty surprise like I got on Highway 1 in California. Made sense on the map, not fun in real life.
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Did it today, no problems. Thanks again.

Now, another question: Are all Subaru's sold in Maine equipped with 45 mph governors?
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Did it today, no problems. Thanks again.

Now, another question: Are all Subaru's sold in Maine equipped with 45 mph governors?
Nope! Some have 35 mph governors!

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